PS3 Firmware Update v4.10 Out Now, To Finally Improve Internet Browser

PlayStation 3 firmware update version 4.10 is now live in the US and Europe and will not only change PSN accounts to SEN ones, but also improve the PS3’s browser.

The patch requires 180MB of space on your harddrive, and will have an improved browser according to the US PS Blog. The German PS Blog goes into a little more detail (translated):

The Internet browser has been improved, which optimizes the display of content and increases the accuracy when viewing page layouts. Some sites that previously could not be correctly displayed, including interactive websites, are now supported with the PS3 system software 4.10.

PSN account will be renamed Sony Entertainment Network account. The registration process and the credentials will remain the same.

The firmware update’s notes page adds:

You can now set to obtain the correct date and time automatically when you sign into PlayStation Network. If you do not need to set the correct time automatically, set [Settings]>[Date and Time Settings Setting] automatically to off.

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