When you flip on your Sony PlayStation 3 console today (assuming you own one and plan on using it), you'll be prompted to download a new software update, version 4.10, which happens to be the first one of 2012 for the PS3. You'll also be asked to accept a change to Sony's Terms of Service, which primarily deals with rebranding your "PSN Account" to a "Sony Entertainment Network Account" (SEN).
"Please note that this change is one in name only and will not change the PSN that you know and love. You’ll still play games online, still have access to the latest downloadable games and add-ons, and still experience a wide variety of movies, sports and music across PSN," Eric Lempel, VP of Sony Network Entertainment, stated in a blog post.
Other than the rebrand, the system update tweaks the PS3 Internet browser with improved speed and better support for websites that, in the past, may not have been displayed properly or at all, including interactive websites.