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Old 15th October, 2005, 03:50 PM
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PSP firmware v2.50

http://www.us.playstation.com/PSP.as...softwareupdate
http://www.macworld.com/news/2005/10/13/psp/index.php

Does anyone know exactly what LocationFree TV is?
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I wonder what is up with all the firmware updates... what are they trying to fix?
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Yup - and it doesn't appear available in Europe.

LocationFree TV is a Sony system that's designed to provide TV over WiFi or broadband. As far as I can tell, there's two TVs (12" and 7") that will connect to the LocationFree TV base station. They'll play back the content from the base station, and can also manage things like web, email, photos and remote control functions.

The LocationFree TV base station can also stream TV/DVD/Cable/whatever out over the internet, as long as you've got at least 300Kbit/sec uplink. Hence, if you take your LocationFree TV screen with you to your local Starbucks, you can watch it from there too. The v2.5 firmware on the PSP also adds a LocationFree TV client to the PSP.
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They don't even mention LocationFree TV on Sony's UK site.
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