I was recently given the pleasure of being flown to Amsterdam for "The Hack In The Box Security Conference". Whilst there I met up with the "Chronic Dev Team" and basically hung out with them for a few days.
Along with all the massive game releases in the recent weeks comes some news on the next hot title in the world of gaming world, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3.
Mac owners have to sit back and watch all other gaming platforms get the latest games month by month, and with the recent release of Batman Arkham City on all gaming platforms, it appears that the Mac is starting to get looked at as a serious platform for gaming. It may be a little late in the world of gaming but yesterday saw the release of the 2009 hit gaming title: Batman Arkham Asylum.
Another day, and another Samsung vs. Apple debacle, this time it seems that the Korean giant Samsung is requesting depositions from “Jony” Ive and other Apple inventors. We discussed only yesterday that Samsung were demanding Apple to hand over the source code for the iPhone 4S.
So, with the launch of the iPhone 4S, came equipped our very own personal assistant Siri. Now the question is; how much data is our brand spanking new iPhone using while we ask Siri silly questions like "Siri, open the pod bay doors".
I am sure all of you would have read one thing or another on the on-going legal battle between Samsung and Apple, well here is some more for you; Samsung is now asking the Australian court for the source code of the iPhone 4S’ firmware, and also any agreements that have been made with Vodafone, Telstra and Optus prior to the launch in Australia.