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Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Doubles Gameplay Depth Need for Speed Hot Pursuit Doubles Gameplay Depth(0)

Electronic Arts has released an update to Need for Speed Hot Pursuit that doubles its gameplay depth by letting you drive as cop or racer.

You wanted it. You got it! Now outrun the law in supercars like the Pagani Zonda – or stop racers cold in high-speed police interceptors like the Lamborghini Reventon. Plus, you can challenge a friend to a head-to-head Cop vs. Racer showdown via local WiFi or Bluetooth. Made to maximize the Retina Display, the eye-popping visual quality will put your senses into overdrive!

CHOOSE YOUR WEAPONS!
Experience pulse-pounding action as you make the escape – or make the bust! As the Cop, lay down the law with roadblocks and spike strips – or fry the Racer’s electrical system with an EMP lock! As the Read More

Watch Free HD TV on Your iPad and iPhone Watch Free HD TV on Your iPad and iPhone(0)

FilmOn is streaming free HD TV to your iPad and iPhone. The service lets you tune into the live broadcasts of 25 popular channels including CNN, BBC, Bloomberg, and ITV.

BTIG Research notes that “FilmOn is backed by billionaire Alki David, who believes he is legally operating within existing US copyright law and plans to spend heavily to win his legal battle with the networks.”
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Government Declares iPhone Jailbreaking and Unlocking Legal Government Declares iPhone Jailbreaking and Unlocking Legal(1)

The Library of Congress has deemed that jailbreaking your iPhone in order to install applications not approved by Apple and/or to unlock is legal under new rules announced today.

According to the Associated Press, the decision to allow the practice commonly known as “jailbreaking” is one of a handful of new exemptions from a federal law that prohibits the circumvention of technical measures that control access to copyrighted works. Every three years, the Library of Congress authorizes such exemptions to ensure that existing law does not prevent non-infringing use of copyrighted material. Another exemption will allow owners of used cell phones to break access controls on their phones in order to switch wireless carriers.
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AT&T hacker’s home raided, drugs found, dude detained AT&T hacker’s home raided, drugs found, dude detained(0)

Man, one day you have the whole world’s ear to talk about slack network security, and the next you’re in the joint. Andrew Auernheimer, Goatse Security’s hacker-in-chief and a key player in the unearthing of a major security flaw exposing iPads surfing AT&T’s airwaves, is today facing felony charges for possession of a variety of potent drugs. That wouldn’t be such intriguing news by itself, but the discovery was made by local law enforcers who were in the process of executing an FBI Read More

Apple locks down iPhone trademark Apple locks down iPhone trademark(0)

Patently Apple has sniffed out the latest, and most comprehensive, trademark registration acquired by Apple on the subject of the iPhone and we thought we’d have a peek. Already entitled to use the brand name under international categories 9 (mobile phone and digital audio player) and 38 (electronic data-transmitting device), Apple has now added category 28, which reads shortly and sweetly as a ‘handheld unit for playing electronic games.’ Before you freak out and start fusing this Read More

BarMax iPhone App Might Actually Be a Bargain at $1000 BarMax iPhone App Might Actually Be a Bargain at $1000(0)

Remember the $1000 “I Am Rich” iPhone application? Well, here is another $1000 app that actually does something. If you are an aspiring lawyer, it might actually be a bargain.

How could a $1000 iPhone app be a bargain you ask? Well, BarMax CA was designed by Harvard lawyers, and it’s designed to help law students pass the bar exam—so you know the information comes from a credible source . Plus, BarBri, a company that is well known in the industry for offering in-class test prep combined with a free iPhone app, typically charges between $3000 and $4000 for enrollment (they have also been involved in multiple class action lawsuits regarding monopolistic business practices).

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Jailbroken iPhones exposed to second worm, this time malicious Jailbroken iPhones exposed to second worm, this time malicious(0)

As inevitable as the sun rising in the East and setting in the West, an innocuous iPhone worm has been transformed into a malicious bank details-stealing virus. The second recorded iPhone infection operates on exactly the same principles as the first, as it targets jailbroken handsets with SSH installed, but this time adds the ability for the hacker to remotely control and access the phone. By throwing up a purported ING Direct login page, he (or she, or they) can collect your online banking Read More

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