In a direct response to the "Crackulous" and other one-click iPhone app pirating solutions, software developer Ripdev has released a beta of the new "Kali" DRM protection system for Apple's iPhone.
Rumors of the only satellite radio provider in North America increasing its rates have been confirmed. While certain included services will no longer be free as well. The company is advising customers to "lock in" now.
Pirated copies of Apple's new iWork '09 software suite has been found to contain Trojan Virus. Intego, the security firm that develops VirusBarrier for OSX has confirmed over 20,000 have downloaded the infected software.
Representative Joe Baca (D-California) introduced the Video Games Health Labeling Act of 2009 to Congress last week. The Act focuses on the necessity of placing warning labels on violent video games.
A six year old boy from Wicomico Church, Virginia, takes the family car to school because he missed the bus. The boy claims he learned to drive from Grand Theft Auto and Monster Truck Jams.
Federal Government in Australia has extended its scope in the controversial internet censorship scheme to cover BitTorrent traffic
For you Sim-Fans out there, Electronic Arts has just released Sim City for the iPhone and iPod Touch this week to the [iTunes App Store
For the industrious types, obtaining an illegal copy of a “hacked” Mac OS X installation can be easily found. One such popular platform for hackers to install modified OS X onto is the netbook.
Planetbeing, a lead developer on the iPhone Dev Team, announced on their blog that the Linux 2.6 kernel has been ported to the Apple iPhone.
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