Sony Patents PS2 Emulator For Cell Processors

Soon you might be able to play your old PS2 games on your PS3 . As you might be know Sony cut off the Emotion Engine from European PS3 probably for coast saving and crippled PS2 backwards compatibility. Siliconera discovered patent docs from Sony Computer Entertainment in the US, which show of that   “Sony has the code and technology ready to do this emulation.

“There are two main ways to emulate hardware. Interpretation is when target code is decoded and converted into a language the host can understand. The other strategy is to decode and recompile programs in the host’s language.”…

memory-emulation

Source: Siliconera

Related posts

Corsair presents three new gaming keyboards

Corsair presents three new gaming keyboards

Corsair has presented three new gaming keyboards called K70 RGB RapidFire, K65 RGB RapidFire and K70 RapidFire. While they may seem like just another gaming keyboards, they are not – in fact these three devices are the world’s first gaming keyboards to come with Cherry’s all-new MX Speed...

AMD unveils two new APUs for FM2+

AMD unveils two new APUs for FM2+

AMD has expanded its portfolio of chips once again with the addition of two new models for the FM2+ socket. The chips are called A10-7890K and Athlon X4 880K and AMD says the former is the fastest APU to date reaching 1.0 TFLOPS of theoretical compute performance. The A10-7890K is based on...

Toshiba Announces New Tecra® R10-S4411

Toshiba has added the Tecra ® R10-S4411 to its business line of laptops. The new thin and light Tecra R10 laptop is an Intel ® Integrated Graphics version of the highly successful R10-S4401. The laptop features a 14.1 inch high resolution LED Backlit LCD screen and Toshiba’s Standard...

Leave a comment