Archive for April, 2005
I’ve been using this game rental service for about a month now and I simply love it. Being Canadian I was not able to sign up for the GameFly service when it was launched, so I was pleasantly suprised when this service launched in Canada. IOGC.net offers “2 out” game rentals in Canada, US and [...]
Well it appears that I neglected to post the link to the podcast RSS feed, so here it is! My current plans are to post a new podcast every wednesday. We’ll see how it goes from there.
I managed to pick myself up one of these bad boys last night. All that I can say about it is “This case is awesome”. I’ve looked at some of the other cases on the market, but none of them seem to do it right like Logitech did. This case is a clear acrylic clamshell [...]
PSP Podcast #2. I review Ape Escape and Lumines as well as the Logitech Playgear Pocket. I also chat a bit about MioMediaBox, a RSS converter for the PC. Right-Click to download [mp3 15min 7.5mb]
Engadget is running a contest which pits the best PSP hack against the best Nintendo DS hack. Here are links to some of the more intriguing entries: Controlling Your Home with a PSP PSPTetris Control ITunes with a PSP Run a Web Portal on your PSP
Engadget has collected a great series of links to PSP “hack” articles. Hack in this case is being used in its truest form, at least as it applies to technology. These are kludges to get the PSP to do something it was not intended to do. Not all of them are kludges though, some of [...]
There’s an interesting article I found that talks about potential future features of the Sony PSP. All of the suggestions have come from users of the device looking for ways to extend its usefulness. Check it out in full over at I4U News.
Looks like a few more companies will be releasing content in the PSP format in the near future. Here are a couple links of free and not so free content that will soon be available. The first is 155 pages of downloadable manga from gomanga.com The entire first chapters of the four flagship Seven Seas [...]
The first PSP Podcast is now available. The PSP podcast is a weekly report on all the latest utilities, hardware, and games released for Sony’s PSP. More and more features will be added as the weeks go on, so stay tuned! This is just an introductory podcast as we are still gathering content to present, [...]
I recieved a couple of emails last night from Lonnie, one of the staff here at PGRevolution. They contained links to some great PSP articles which I hadn’t read before. The neat thing about these particular articles is that they were from mainstream media sites and focused on other aspects of the PSP then it’s [...]
The past weekend I got around to trying the newly updated PSPWare 2.0.1 to see if my past problems were gone. The previous version that I was using was having difficulties transfering images to my PSP on my Mac Mini. Images either would not transfer or would not display properly due to corrupted image headers. [...]
I’ve been finding it quite cool to see more and more sites offering already PSP formatted videos for download. One of the big problems that I’ve experienced with getting the videos on my PSP has been audio synch problems with the various converters out there. Letting someone else do the dirsty work is nice for [...]