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Sony cracks down on PSP hacks

Sony is engaged in a tug-of-war with hackers who keep cracking its PlayStation Portable software to unlock the device and run their own applications on it.

The company is preparing another update to the PSP firmware to fix a recently disclosed bug that lets hackers downgrade the PSP system software, a Sony representative said Thursday.

Personally I think Sony should have an Oreo and some milk. The fact that people are making so many Homebrews for the PSP makes it a more attractive purchase for people.

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Sony cracks down on PSP hacks - Friday, September 30, 2005 - |

Hands on with the Revolution (Controller)

I think this thing is weird looking, but I don't want to squash innovation before it's out on the marketplace. We'll just have to wait and see.

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Hands on with the Revolution (Controller) - Saturday, September 17, 2005 - |

Roman Villa Discovered Via Google Earth

While searching around his hometown in Google Earth, Luca Mori stumbled on what looked like the meanders of an ancient river. He noticed intriguing shadows, made researches and submitted his find to archaoeologists. He just discovered what may be a roman villa!

That is so cool.

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Roman Villa Discovered Via Google Earth - Thursday, September 15, 2005 - |

Microsoft Blasts Massachusetts' New XML Policy

Microsoft is lashing out against a revised IT policy planned by Massachusetts that would kill the use of Office in state agencies unless the company adopts the OpenDocument file format.

Will someone tell Microsoft that they can't have their way. I think they're nervous that other governments are going to do that same and then Microsoft will loose a lot more money.

Hell they're even talking about selling the new Windows VISTA for $99 US, less for the OEM. Hell I'D BUY THAT.

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Microsoft Blasts Massachusetts' New XML Policy - Monday, September 05, 2005 - |

Judge Puts the RIAA in their Place

RIAALawsuits.us, a collection of fun RIAA trial transcripts showing what happens when music companies stop being nice and start being dicks, is featuring an incredible exchange between an RIAA lawyer-bot who wants to settle out of court and the defendant and the judge who, in no uncertain terms, tell him to go sit and spin.

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Judge Puts the RIAA in their Place - Thursday, September 01, 2005 - |

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