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Wednesday, 18 June 2008 16:01

Sony announces PSP system software update v4.00

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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PSP with Google search

 

Sony Entertainmet announced its new PSP system software update v4.00. This update should integrate Google Internet search directly into Xross Media Bar interface.

The search will run as in any other PC and will memorize the last 20 searches that you’ve made.

Besides Google search, this upgrade will include an interesting option that lets you choose the viewing speed of video files stored on your memory card.

More here.

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