Mmm... funnel cake.
Over the last few weeks, there's been a lot of discussion surrounding Sony's decision to remove Linux support from the PS3. Those inclined to sue over the removal of Other OS support say they purchased their PS3 because they could install Linux on it.
There were a lot of unhappy people when Sony disabled Linux support on the PS3 and it seems among them was one of Sony's biggest customers: The United States Air Force.
Sony has introduced extended warranty options for PS3 and PSP owners. Costing up to $60, the new plans offer protection for users who have yet to exceed the one-year warranty that comes as standard with PS3 and PSP consoles.
The TSA has published a blog post detailing what customers traveling with netbooks, ereaders, tablets and "other small gadgets" can expect when they're going through security.
iPhone hacker George Hotz promises PS3 users a work-around for Sony's decision to nix OtherOS support.
Sony has said the company's newly launched PlayStation Move peripheral is precise enough to play StarCraft on the PC.