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UPDATE 20180420:
DEX 4.82 Support Now Added!
HAN from PS3Xploit v3.0 is evolving and showing some of the possibilities as developer's and the PS3Xploit team continue the progression of this hack for PS3 3/4k models (non-cfw compatible). Recently we seen the PS3Xploit team release the Coldboot Installer (aka boot logo) . The team/devs are not stopping with only that release but a start of many tools that can transfer your XMB. Now the team has just released a new XMB Wave Installer, now we can use custom XMB waves on those ps3 models. The coldboot Installer and now the XMB Wave installer is not all.. esc0rtd3w one of the members of Team Ps3Xploit has already announced RCO Replacer / Image Font Replacer and also the "What's New @PSX-Place" XMB mod will be coming to follow in the near future as well.​
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UPDATE 20180420:
DEX 4.82 Support Now Added!
Ps3 developer @esc0rtd3w (of Team Ps3Xploit) has a new release to show off as PS3Xploit (v3.0) HAN user's will now have the ability to change "Coldboot" (the startup/boot logo), with the new HAN Coldboot Installer (.raf (logo) & .ac3 (sound) supported) StarMelter (logo) & d1mtr7 (sound) provided the first coldboot for HAN as they pay tribute to the PS3Xploit HAN in great fashion with this injection of HAN .Another great thing we are seeing progress on also with HAN is XMB MODs, DeViL303 recently start this thread "XMB Mods now possible on OFW with HAN" there is some interesting details within that thread and worth checking out if you are intrested in XMB modding.​
When a new console generation get's released, there is always the question sooner or later: "Can I emulate it on my PC?"
While one side tries to emulate older Classic Titles on newer consoles - like running PS2 Game Titles on the PS4 - then there are also other people who tries to run newer Game Titles on the PC. And since we speak already about the PS4, maybe we should have a look what those other people are trying to achieve about PS4 Emulation on PC.

Well-known developer AlexAltea is one of those other people mentioned who tries exactly right that with his - as he calls it - "Virtualization-based PlayStation 4 Emulator", named Orbital.​
This version of ManaGunZ (PS3 Backup Manager by @Zar) represents a checkpoint in his evolution, some of the changes are: a new RSX memory management to improve stability and efficiency, a new filemanager windows docking system (R1+DPAD), dev_hdd1 access, internal screenshot function (L2+R2), full skins support in themes and colorset management, an animated wave that moves in the background, official/custom fonts selector, some info icon animations such loading/exiting, some button remapping and a lot more minor changes that makes the whole interface more robust and intuitive, this version has been released after an extensive process of bug-hunting, there are literally several tenths of changes
Developer Rinnegatamante is back again with a new release for the community. The developer has now officially released VitaQuakeIII this release allow for playing of Quake 3 Arena & Quake 3 Team Arena now on your HENkaku exploited PS Vita or PlayStation TV. The project is still in the BETA stage and may experiance some performance issue's at times, like Rinnegatamante recent updates to his other Quake ports of VitaQuake and VitaQuakeII, VitaQuakeIII is powered by VitaGL (Hardware Rendering)​
Developer Evilnat creator of various PS3 Homebrew & Tools has released version 6.0.7 of SEN Enabler and has fully addressed the issues with 4.82 and v6.0.6 with squashing the bugs that caused some setups various issues. The developer has great symphony for those affected and goes in detail on what the issues were and who they affected. All issues have been identified and fixed in this latest version and the dev has added new checks to help prevent these errors from occurring with various Cobra CFW's that were affected. View all the details from Evilnat in the details provided below​
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Since @Joel16 showed us his "Initial Release" of the PSV-VSH-Menu plugin back in April 2017, he has still at hard work to improve this plugin, not only with small bug-fixes, but also with several improvements and new features. Now the dev has updated his plugin to Version 2.0.

If you didn't know what this plugin is use for, it will allow you the access of several Hardware & Software based Functions to get control of your PSVita like overclocking the CPU & GPU clock speeds, displaying a "remaining hours" status from the internal battery and many more.​
When the Fail0verflow Team was developing their PS4-Linux port at the time we just had the original Ps4 models. As we have seen the PlayStation 4 mature with newer Ps4 Slim and Ps4 Pro models released, along with recent 4.xx exploits for those models. There was a need to add full support for those models and ps4 developer eeply has provided now provided those models with Video-Out Support, so that should make things a bit easier to use. :)
After a critical bug was unfortunately found by some user's of this popular utility that makes quick work of extracting your PKG files the dev arrives with a fix. The bug would occur if the process of extracting was aborted and would delete the output directory, depending on the output directory it could erase and cause the user's a giant headache. Developer Rudi Rastelli acknowledge the issue and took care of it with this update of version 1.4.2. Anyone using Any previous versions of this utility are advised to update, this will ensure you do not experience this bug that could potentially wipe your drive or important folders clean.
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Since @DeViL303 and @pink1 showed us their very useful "HAN Toolbox" for your PS3, @Joonie and others from the Rebug Team updated their Custom Firmware to REBUG Lite v4.82.2 (w/ COBRA 7.55) , not only with some important changes and fixes, but also supporting the HAN Toolbox on-the-fly.

(UPDATE
: Details about HAN Toolbox inclusion (from Joonie / DeViL303 >>>> see post(s) <<<<<)