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PS Vita 1.61 adds Maps app, video recording, and other updates

The PS Vita has a system update lined up for tonight, preceding Wednesday's mainstream launch. Early adopters can update their systems to firmware version 1.61, which adds a Maps application to the home screen, allows for video recording in the Photos application, and allows for any ratings you mak...

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Hey, you! Wanna write for Joystiq?

You don't go to sleep without your Dave Hinkle action figures. Your walls are covered with paparazzi photos of Ludwig Kietzmann's exclusive beach tryst with Dead Space Girl. You still pine for the blue and orange color scheme. You are, in short, a Joystiq fanatic. Or hey, maybe you've never heard...

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Penny Arcade Scholarship now accepting applications

Wondering what it feels like to be on the receiving end of the benevolence frequently exhibited by the creators of Penny Arcade? If you're a college student with starry-eyed ambitions to change the video game industry for the better, you might be able to bask in the warm light of their generosity b...

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DS Daily: Homebrew hero

The DS is quite the awesome handheld for getting your homebrew (NSFW) on. We've published many stories about homebrew happenings and the best of the games available, but we were wondering exactly what homebrew games are your favorite. What homebrew can't you live without now? What homebrew applica...

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DS-Xtreme does everything a PSP can

There seems to be a very positive correlation between ease of use and price in the world of homebrew, and the latest all-in-one product is no exception. The DS-Xtreme 2GB is touting itself as a PSP killer, featuring a decent amount of space for homebrew applications, music, and movies. It's an elega...

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Opera browser boxed, demonstrated

Siliconera got a chance to check out the American release of the Opera browser at SXSW, and they handily took some video of the demonstration, so we can see ... what Japanese and European DS users have been seeing for quite some time. We've been waiting so long for this application. Could it really ...

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Want to write for Joystiq? 'Course you do

You are standing outside a comfortable, orange and blue blog. There is a "Now Hiring" placard taped to the finger-smudged pane of the post. >Read placard. It reads in big, block letters, "Now Hiring." You squint your eyes and barely make out the rest: "Games blog Joystiq is looking for the best w...

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Obsessed with PSP? PSP Fanboy's hiring!

PSPFanboy is looking for a few good bloggers! Does Sony's sleek, svelte, sexy system make you want to write and tell the whole world about it? Does the mere thought of camera peripherals, GPS attachments, and homebrew minutiae make you weak in the knees? If so, you might have what it takes to join ...

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Obsessed with PSP? PSP Fanboy's hiring!

PSPFanboy is looking for a few good bloggers! Does Sony's sleek, svelte, sexy system make you want to write and tell the whole world about it? Does the mere thought of camera peripherals, GPS attachments, and homebrew minutiae make you weak in the knees? If so, you might have what it takes to join ...

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