Fresh from settling his litigation with Sony, famed hacker gives the remainder of his donation-based legal fund to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Sony Computer Entertainment America today announces settlement in case against George Hotz, who hacked Sony's PlayStation 3 to run non-Sony-approved software and, potentially, pirated games.
Sony says PS3 hacker George Hotz has fled the country, but Hotz says he's only on vacation.
The company, now out of stealth mode, hopes to make most of its money through corporate clients. It does, however, have a nightlife-navigating BlackBerry and iPhone download that could be pretty cool.
Facebook has hired iPhone and Sony PS3 hacker "Geohot," but it's not the only company to bring a well-known hacker into the corporate fold.
The infamous hacking organization Anonymous is reportedly turning its attention to Sony following the company's legal battle with alleged PS3 hacker Geohot.
Sony has been granted a temporary restraining order against George Hotz, better known as Geohot, for allegedly jailbreaking the PlayStation 3.
Microsoft has offered to send a free Windows Phone 7 smart phone to infamous iPhone jailbreaker Geohot, as it reaches out to hackers and homebrew developers.
iPhone OS hacker GeoHot on Tuesday released Blackra1n RC3, an updated jailbreak and unlock utility for the iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch.
iPhone OS hacker, GeoHot, released Blackra1n RC2 today, an updated jailbreak utility for the iPhone 3GS and iPod Touch.