Sony recently updated PSN users of the compensation program for the interruption of service. Apparently the company will have a list of games PS3 owners can choose from.
On the official PlayStation Blog, Nick Caplin, SCEE head of communications revealed additional details of the compensation program in light of the recent security breach. While there have been no reported cases of identity theft so far, he revealed that Sony is looking to offer free identity theft protection.
He also revealed that PS3 owners will get the opportunity to pick two free games from a list of five titles. PSP owners will get to pick two free games out of four titles. Caplin stated that he will reveal what games will be available very soon.
In other news, further reports have come out indicating that Sony may be working on integrating the Chrome browser into the PS3. It’s no secret Google and Sony have a strategic partnership. Google’s CEO, Eric Schmidt even stated that Sony was an inspiration to Google for its innovation.
That is why its probably not surprising to hear rumors of Google Chrome coming to the PS3. This rumor was further confirmed after some crafty sleuths discovered that Sony updated PS3’s Webkit source in March with some additional files for something called ChromeClientPOSIX. Stay tuned for more information around this development.