This is news cast 104.
This week’s security alerts include a talking trojan and a challenge is issued to the researcher who created the “Blue Pill” virtualizing rootkit.
In this week’s news, some of Intel’s strategies for making parallel processing easier and more efficient, a bevy of iPhone hacks including both DVD Jon and the iPhone dev folks cracking activation and a promising tool that exposes the phone’s internals, an explanation of why the Show Us the Code movement has been silent, and Open Knowledge launches their archive network.
Following up this week, UMG responds to the NYT piece on their Apple negotiations and a ruling from the 9th district court that could easily be confused with the issues from a 6th circuit ruling from back in June.
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