Jailbroken

Sony's PS3 Security is Epic Fail

"Approximately a half hour in, the team revealed their new PS3 secrets, the moment we all were waiting for. One of the major highlights here was, dongle-less jailbreaking by overflowing the bootup NOR flash, giving complete control over the system. The other major feat, was calculating the public private keys (due to botched security), giving users the ability to sign their own SELFs Following this, the team declared Sony's security to be EPIC FAIL!

The fallacy of unlocked phones

"However, this does not work nearly as well in the United States and now Canada for a number of reasons. First, AT&T, T-Mobile USA, and other smaller network operators follow the European standards for GSM and UMTS/HSPA but Sprint Nextel, Verizon Wireless and a number of smaller operators have chosen to deploy CDMA2000 1X and EV-DO Rev A in this country. So it should be safe to assume that at the very least you could buy a GSM/HSPA-capable phone and move it from T-Mobile to AT&T or the other way around.

AppleTV Runs iOS, Already Jailbroken

"Soon, thanks to the tireless efforts of the iPhone Dev Team, you will be able to install apps on your AppleTV. An upcoming Jailbreak tool, called Shatter, has already been used to unlock the new Apple TV’s firmware. Shatter was used to jailbreak the newest iPod Touch shortly after its launch, and thanks to its iOS roots, the AppleTV is also susceptible to its power. The hack was carried out on the firmware restore download that has just been posted by Apple.

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