Sony has blamed Anonymous for hacking their servers. They disagree. (Image: Wikimedia Commons/Creative Commons)
Sony’s hacking woes continue with blames to Anonymous, delays in restoring service, Linux returning and reports of a third hack being planned. As well, we discuss if the (accidental) live tweeting of the death of the most wanted terrorist is the “CNN Moment” for Twitter, and a new Wikileaks competitor from News Corp?
Stewart and Tom aren’t here to record, forcing Terence to return to the hosting chair again one week extra, with James (who’s there for the entire podcast) and Chris to help him with the show. While the sound may change, the show still continues on – especially with the winners of our little giveaway.
You’ll have to listen to find out those, however. Don’t forget to subscribe!
SUBSCRIBE via iTunes
SUBSCRIBE via RSS
This Podcast is sponsored by AlfaHosts, giving you the freedom to expand. As well, it is also sponsored by Podreel, a great Enhanced Podcast authoring tool. Get a free trial today here.
The Top Stories
Sony attacked again: Online Games division attacked, could be serious
Sony delays restoration of PSN services for “further testing”
Sony says planted file in attack was named ‘Anonymous’
Anonymous denies involvement in PSN outage
Exclusive: Third attack against Sony planned
PSN ‘Welcome Back’ Program Gives You Free Content
OtherOS++ brings Linux back to the PS3, taunts Sony
First Credible Reports Of Bin Laden’s Death Spread Like Wildfire On Twitter
Here’s the guy who unwittingly live-tweeted the raid on Bin Laden
BlackBerry Bold 9900 / 9930 gets official, finally touch and type
BlackBerry PlayBook to get Video Chat and Facebook apps in May
RIM unveils shiny new BlackBerry 7 OS, only for shiny new BlackBerrys
Congrats on our winners for our giveaway!
1UP.com Joins Forces With IGN Entertainment
Don’t Expect Super Meat Boy 2
L.A. Noire to ship on 3 discs for Xbox 360
Upcoming Minecraft Update Adds Maps
Portal 2 DLC Coming This Summer
In Other News
The Wall Street Journal Launches a WikiLeaks Competitor, SafeHouse
WSJ’s SafeHouse WikiLeaks knockoff isn’t safe, say researchers
LastPass potentially hacked, master passwords possibly compromised
PC rental store accused of using webcams, keyloggers on customers
IDC says smartphones grew 79.7%, Apple takes #2 spot behind Nokia
AT&T Rep: Apple Has Told Us No New iPhone in June or July
Rumor: Apple plans to move laptops from Intel to ARM processors
Twitter To Buy TweetDeck For $40 Million – $50 Million
3DS Augmented Reality Tattoo: Forever on His Forearm
$25 USB sized computer