[newsimage]http://static.rankone.nl/images_posts/2011/03/HmLcgU.jpg[/newsimage]Earlier this week a hacker claimed he cracked Sony's new 3.60 firmware for its PlayStation 3 game console and provided evidence showing off the end result. The video, which was posted and then removed nearly 20 hours later, showcased an alleged PS3 retail unit running both 3.60 and homebrew. Some cried "fake," but in an exclusive chat with MyCE the tinkerer defended his work and said it was legit. One hacker, however, isn't interested in 3.60. Instead, his focus is on workarounds for future firmware updates. He's promising the firmware hack to end all firmware hacks: a method to circumvent anything Sony throws into its system. Read the full article here: [http://www.myce.com/news/hacker-working-on-the-mother-of-all-ps3-hacks-for-all-firmwares-41658/](http://www.myce.com/news/hacker-working-on-the-mother-of-all-ps3-hacks-for-all-firmwares-41658/) Please note that the reactions from the complete site will be synched below.
Kudos… Sony isn’t innovating many new products. They’ll probably get an android tablet out there soon, big whoop (Android-Man, A-Man for short).
Wiki says ps3 console released back in November 2006. Almost 5 years later and not even a console announced. Most PC upgrade cycles are about this long.