PS3 and iPhone hacker George Hotz is reportedly fixing Twitter's search function. Here are all the details on this.
George Hotz today announced yet another addition to his company's hardware portfolio called EON - an open-source aftermarket ensemble that combines a dashcam with navigation and music, and can tie into other solutions on offer by Comma.ai.
George Hotz aka Geohot who pioneered the iPhone jailbreak scene back in 2007 has now built a self-driving car of his own in his Garage.
Today, two well-known members of the jailbreak community won awards for very different kind of work. Comex, the developer of the well-known JailbreakMe 3.0, has earned an Pwnie Award for discovering such an exploitable vulnerability. George Hotz, the man who first unlocked the original iPhone back in 2007, won a very different kind of prize: read on!
At a shareholders meeting, Sony's CEO Howard Stringer blamed recent attacks on several of the company's properties on several steps it took to "defend Sony's intellectual property", presumably referring to the lawsuit Sony started against George Hotz for releasing a "jailbreaking" tool for the PlayStation 3.
George Hotz, also known as GeoHot, has begun working at Facebook, the company has confirmed. Hotz, known for being the first one to unlock the original iPhone and famous ever since for other iPhone hacks and a PlayStation 3 jailbreak, will now be using his coding expertise to further boost Facebook's mobile empire.
The Sony vs. Geohot trial rumbles on, after being granted access to Geohot’s hard drives, and the IP addresses of users who have been to his sites, the PlayStation 3 manufacturer has now sought (and received permission) to drag everyone else into the argument by requesting hacker George 'Geohot' Hotz's PayPal records stretching back fully 2 years.
The current Sony vs. George (Geohot) Hotz saga is really turning into a soap-opera, and now according to PSX-Scene, it shows no sign of letting up. The latest drama revolves around computer hard drives a judge made Hotz hand over to investigators - it now appears the company charged with handling the data want to take clone images of both seized drives.
We have just been tipped off about the possible name for the next jailbreak by Geohot, called Rubyra1n. The domain Rubyra1n.com was registered by the iPhone hacker named George Hotz (aka geohot) on 27th March 2010.
George Francis Hotz is known for being among the group of people who first unlocked the iPhone to work on carriers other than those which Apple officially supported e.g. AT&T. He went to release jailbreaking tools like purplera1n, blackra1n, blacksn0w, a hack the PS3 and recently Limera1n which jailbreaks iOS 4.1.