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The Playstation 3 is Sony's seventh generation home gaming console. The PS3 has performed strongly in the sales charts, despite slow sales at its release due to its astronomically high release price and the wariness of developers to create software for it. Consecutive price drops have made the PS3 a more attractive consumer item to both hardcore gamers and families alike, with a growing library of titles now available for the console. This guide contains all the news, reviews, tips, FAQs and commentary on the PS3 that you can poke a stick at. For all your PS3 needs, your number one destination is BrightHub.

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Can I Still Install Linux on a PlayStation 3?

Sony originally released the PlayStation 3 with a useful feature called OtherOS, the ability for users to install an open source operating system. However in 2010 this feature was removed...

Best Settings for Connecting PS3 to HDTV

Your HDTV has a dozen different inputs and your PS3 is capable of output in nearly as many ways. This guide will explain the best setup for the highest quality sound and video possible...

Looking for a Blu-ray Player? Check Out the Sony BDP-S550

The Sony BDP-S550 Blu-ray player is put through the paces in this comprehensive review. Does it do enough to merit purchase for PS3 owners? Can you get the same features for less?...

How does a Universal Remote Control work?

You probably use one everyday, but if you've ever wondered how a universal remote control works, today's your lucky day - we've got that ready for you here....

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If your television does not support HDMI inputs and you would like to connect a PlayStation 3 then there are various other options. This article shows you how to link up your PS3 to...

Netflix for the PS3 - How it Works

You can now watch streaming movies and television shows on your PS3 if you have a Netflix account, and you don't need a disc do it. Here is how it all works....