Sony has already released firmware update 3.30 for Playstation 3 and though it may not let you watch 3D Blu-ray movies you can look forward to some 3D gaming action...well, not yet anyways.
The update itself is said to "prep" the PS3 for 3D gaming which is a feature intended to be introduced in the future as in, you know, not now but later. At least this gives you some time to save up a few bucks for that brand new 3D TV you'll need to play your games with the added illusion of depth perception.
Firmware version 3.15 has been confirmed, it is an optional update with some new features.
Launching in conjunction with the PSPgo, Minis are 100MB or less games for the PSP. Sony confirmed today that PSP Minis will be compatible with the PS3 starting December 17 via a firmware update containing a Minis emulator. The emulator will enable users to download the games for the PS3 or PSP.
"If you buy a Minis game from the 17th it will work on both platforms so if you have a PS3 and PSP you will only need to buy it once and it will be available to download to your PS3 and your PSP," said PSN product manager James Thorpe via Sony's European blog. He also confirmed that the "majority" of the current games available will work on the PS3 when the firmware update launches.
Sony has released a video containing a small preview at the new firmware 3.10, the firmware updates main feature is facebook integrated in your XMB, not a bad touch.