This week on the show, we discussed the new US law that makes it legal to jailbreak an iPhone or rip a DVD and we complained about our much more restrictive British laws. We also looked at the news in a week when more Facebook data was leaked, broadband speeds are back in the spotlight and HMV tries to make money again.
Feature: We should be allowed to hack our hardware
For a long time it was illegal to jailbreak an iPhone, or circumvent DRM on a DVD, even if you just wanted to use a clip in your own review. Now though, the US has seen sense and to its DMCA legislation that make reasonable fair use legal. The UK lags behind though -- many of these things are still illegal here, which we think is jolly unfair.
Woot of the Week
We give props to the , it's a hybrid and a Porsche to boot. Even cooler, it should be congestion-charge exempt and is more efficient than the Prius.
Single syllable review
It's Ian's turn to review a product using only a single syllable or sound. He shares his brief opinion of the Pangoo 32S700, which receives a .