guest post Dave Winer's ThinkTank outliner was among the first wave of Macintosh software products. It was love at first sight, but Winer believes the Mac stopped short of where it could have gone.
In an exclusive talk with Crave, a person associated with the first group to hack the Sony PlayStation Vita tells us how and why it happened, and what to expect as they develop the exploit.
45 Minutes on IM: CNET sits down for a dissection of songs like "My Girlfriend's a Hacker"--and to find out how a Cincinnati programmer became one of the most popular geek rappers around.
Sony says PS3 hacker George Hotz has fled the country, but Hotz says he's only on vacation.
Even though the root account is "disabled" by default in OS X, you will still see many system processes running under this account when you open Activity Monitor, which might be confusing to some people.
New jailbreak combines multiple exploits to allow loading of custom firmware packages onto any iDevice running iOS 4.1, makes apps for Apple TV 2 possible.
Shatter exploit allows the Apple TV to run non-Apple-certified apps, and the exploit might be hard for Apple to patch.
We promise that in two or three more weeks, we'll shut up about the iPad. Promise. But for now, it's the Apple of our eye.
Could the iPad be jailbreakable on its first day, or even in the store?
With UNIX having many tasks running simultaneously, through the years developers have incorporated several command-line tools that allow for live process management. These include "top", "kill", "ps", "df", and "vm_stats", and are available in the BSD