A new PSP homebrew developer in our forums, stevendlv, has just released Live 0.9 Beta, the dev's first homebrew release. Live is a "webcam/weather portal", much like PSP Earth but was not based on the latter's source code. As stevendlv put it, Live "is made of Div's and CSS while PSP Earth isn't for example".
This PlayStation Portable portal is connected to a number of locations worldwide. Here's the list from the dev's release thread:
Finland: Helsinki, Tampere
UK: Norwich, Manchester, Shetland Islands, Leeds, London
Swiss: Geneve, Zurich Airport
Holland: Den Helder, Schiphol, Eindhoven
US: Nasa, Las Vegas, Massachusetts, California University, Golden Gate Bridge, Hawai. Sergo's Coffeeshop, Railcam
Canada: Gordons, Vancouver
Asia: Manilla, Hong Kong, Panda Cam, Shanghai
Australia: Toorak, Perth, Perth
This release doesn't have a readme file as installation is easy. Copy the unrared file to the map PSP and then scurry on to your browser and type the file's address. That's about it. Easy as pie? Check out the download below.
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Radioplayer Pack Homebrew coder and resident tipster flofrucht has dropped by our forums to release the initial version of his latest project, Radioplayer Pack, a handy app that allows you to access various sites using the Internet Radio Player of your PSP
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From the developer:
What does it do?
It's a simple but effective access to some sites via the Internet Radio