Keep your multiplayer racing games and widescreen movies. For some people, Sony's PlayStation Portable won't be really cool until it sports a command-line interface.
Hackers began playing with the PSP's wireless Internet connectivity and multimedia features pretty much the minute the gadget became available to the public. And now other groups of tweakers are dreaming of making their own software for the device.
The The PSP-Linux Project, still in the discussion phase, wants to port the open-source operating system to the gadget. The effort seems to be hampered for now by a resounding lack of knowledge on … Read more