- Kotaku tells us that PlayStation Plus subscribers will soon get "Online Saving", the ability to store saved games in the cloud and download from any console, (as long as the developers of a particular game haven't disabled the feature,) as part of the PS3's upcoming v3.60 firmware.
- Geohot has released a custom hacked PS3 firmware v3.55 which you can download from his website.
- The firmware basically jailbreaks your PS3 allowing you to install custom packages.
- What that means is that it is now possible to run signed PS3 homebrew apps on your PS3. That does not mean you can play pirated games.
- For would-be homebrewers, you can grab a PS3 SDK from PSLight.com and sign your executables using these tools.
- Geohot also made this video showing the firmware in action:
- Sony have said they will fix this with a newer firmware, but the fail0verflow team tell the BBC that their calculation of the signing keys used on the PS3 mean
"The complete console is compromised - there is no recovery from this."