As expected, Google TV will get a big shot in the arm at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
07 Jan 2012 Leave a comment
Apple iPhone 5 ‘coming in March’ – and WILL have four-inch screen as sources report mass orders of larger touchscreens
01 Dec 2011 Leave a comment
Japanese fan site Macotakara reports Sony and Hitachi are making four-inch screens for the new phone – and have already shipped early prototypes to Apple’s Cupertino HQ – hinting at a release as early as March.
18 Oct 2011 Leave a comment
The Sony Reader PRS-T1 has been rooted.
While it has been known that the e-reader runs a version of Android, it was thought that it could not be hacked as the Android install was not a full version. As the video below demonstrates, a AWD.Launcher has been hacked to run on the device, although not all apps work.
23 Jul 2011 Leave a comment
Sony faces a court battle over how it will pay for legal claims made in the wake of a massive data breach.
19 Jul 2011 Leave a comment
in Technology Tags: boulevard, church of god, comcast, comedy, copyright infringement, financial compensation, humor, ifc films, infringements, irreparable harm, last friday, movie theaters, sony, sony pictures
The religious comedy Salvation Boulevard premiered in movie theaters last Friday, but not everyone appreciates the films humor.
The Church of God has sued Sony Pictures, IFC Films and Comcast for infringing the copyright of the churchs logo, and is praying to stop the films distribution. In addition the church demands financial compensation for the substantial and irreparable harm the infringements have caused.
07 Jul 2011 Leave a comment
Microsoft’s John Howie claims Microsoft security is stronger than Sony and RSA which were hacked due to “rookie mistakes.” The software giant also released Volume 10 of its Security Intelligence Report.
16 Jun 2011 Leave a comment
Brian Barrett Lulzsec, that merry band of hackers responsible for raids on Bethesda Softworks, the US Senate, Sony, terrorists, and rival hackers, has bagged maybe its biggest fish yet: the CIA.