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Critical Java security flaws remain even after the recent patch
When MyCE last interviewed VoIP researcher and hacker Youness Alaoui, plenty was going on in the scene: George "GeoHot" Hotz was engaged in a bitter legal battle with Sony, PS3 firmware cracks seemed to hit as quickly as the firmware itself and outrage aimed at hackers over rampant online cheating peppered gaming forums. Much has changed in the months since, and much has stayed the same. We reached out once again to Alaoui to get his thoughts on new hacking group LulzSec, the Sony v. GeoHot settlement, DRM and his new "Humble Homebrew Collection" initiative.
Ubisoft can't seem to figure how it wants to handle digital rights management (DRM) these days. The company has had an up and down history with DRM sometimes requiring users to be online, and other times restricting numbers of installs per game. Now the company has announced it will be bringing 2011 game Rayman Origins to PC this March, surprisingly DRM free.
In just eight months Microsoft's latest web browser has doubled the usage statistics of its competitors in the U.S. and leveled the playing field around the world. However, the biggest hurdle for Internet Explorer 9 is Internet Explorer 8.
Windows 8.1 is coming, and it is more than a service pack, and more like a re-release of Window's newest, and most controversial operating system.
Although unconfirmed reports previously indicated Microsoft's November wave of security patches may be the cause of the “black screen of death,” it turns out there is a separate cause of the problem.
Microsoft is currently receiving many complaints on the Technet forums about the absence of Windows Media Center in the Windows 8 RTM editions and inability to purchase a key
Upgrade and setup have long been hurdles for Windows OS owners, admitted Steven Sinofsky, Windows Live president. With the upcoming Windows 8, he said, Microsoft wants to make installation an all-around simpler process.
The source code of open source movie copy software BDneXtCOPY is now available for download on SourceForge.net.
Best Buy is now encouraging the audience of the animated 3-D movie “Despicable Me” to turn their cell phones on to use their new, free Movie Mode interactive application.
Google didn't announce a revolutionary product in Google TV, but it nonetheless seems like an idea that's long overdue.
Expect a typical netbook price when mini-laptops powered by Google's Chrome OS go on sale next year.
During a financial results briefing last week, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata answered a slew of investor questions ranging from concerns over the company's recent 3DS price cut and muddied information about its novel 3D effects to the impact of social gaming on more traditional options.
A new tool from Stardock allows you to run Metro applications directly from your desktop and in a Window...
Google has played its part in yearly April Fool's Day festivities by producing a video about a Chrome browser update that would enable users to browse, work and play with the power of two mice. Though an obvious prank, the idea itself sounds nice.