Spate of Sony hacks amid more serious attacks shows revival of digital pranks in wake of Anonymous online protests in support of WikiLeaks.
Less than two weeks after iOS 4.3.1 gets released, the latest in a long series of tools for users to gain a higher degree of control over their iOS devices begins making the rounds.
For our last day at CES 2011, we're poking fun at all the ridiculous show antics we've seen, including Samsung's extravagant press conference, Lady Gaga's Polaroid glasses, an anti-teen-sexting service, 50 Cent arriving at the CNET stage, a Christian game scoring site, and more!
Windows version of iPhone Pwnage tool released
Safari saves your bacon with a hole-patching update, and NASA says it's better at math than teen-agers (which we fervently hope is true).
The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and a team of iPhone hackers continues with the release of PwanageTool 3.1.4 for the iPhone and iPod Touch.
Without Rafe and Brian Cooley on the show, we felt it was safe to have French tech podcaster Patrick Beja on the show to talk tech. Don't worry, he speaks in English for this show.
A simple software download that would let you use your iPhone 3G on any mobile carrier's network is expected to be ready by the end of the year.
iPhone OS 2.2 Jailbreak Debuts
Dev-Team Jailbreaks iPhone OS 2.2