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Submitted by OgTheClever 2240d ago | news

Sony unveils academic PS3 dev kit

Speaking at the Games/Edu strand of the Develop Conference 2009, SCEE R&D's Sarah Lemarie has confirmed that a PS3 dev kit designed for academia is now in closed beta.

"I have exciting news. We have started a PS3 Academic Development Programme, and we're refering to the dev kits as mini-dev kits, which I can best described as being in a closed beta stage at present. We'll be opening this beta up slowly," confirmed Lemarie, who works as as SCEE R&Ds education contact and support infrastructure development team manager (Dev, PS3)

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doctorstrange  +   2240d ago
Sounds like a good idea
helps the ps3 in the long run
Socomer 1979  +   2240d ago
cool!
young people to learn the system and abuse its power.
im urging all the young people of this site to get involved.
why talk about it when you can be about it?

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