Sony has released another firmware update for the PlayStation Portable (PSP) console. The 3.50 update adds support for Remote Play, which allows anybody with a PlayStation 3 and a PSP to access the multimedia content stored on the PS3 from anywhere an Internet connection can be made. While accessing Blu-ray or DVDs using the PSP is not possible, users can stream other videos, music and games to the handheld over the Internet.
The update also added an RSS channel guide for users.
- You can now connect a PSP system to a PS3 system via the Internet using [Remote Play].
- [Communication Settings] has been added as an option to the [Remote Play] menu.
- [RSS Channel Guide] has been added as a feature under [RSS Channel].
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