WikiLeaks, the movie

BlackBerry software will shut your boss out of your personal life on your mobile device, McDonald's launches a touch-and-go payment system in the U.K., and movie execs are pursuing a film about WikiLeaks and its founder.


Links from Monday's episode of Loaded:

  • Research In Motion announces a program called BlackBerry Balance that shuts corporate administrators out of your personal life on your BlackBerry

  • McDonalds launches a touch-and-go payment scanning system in the U.K.

  • Duke Nukem Forever has not been delayed for all time. The game sequel gets a launch date after over a decade of delays.

  • A JFK historian launches an interactive biography on the iPad

  • Studio executives have optioned the movie rights to a biography of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange

  • A woman hangs up on Apple when the company calls to offer her a $10,000 iTunes gift card


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