iPod Hacked
(thetripwire) If you are sick of only being able to use iTunes files on your iPod, those days might be over very soon. Although I have never complained about it, as Apple's music store is ridiculously easy to navigate, hacker Jon Lech Johansen got tired of the man telling him what he can and can't put on his portable music player. According to an article in Reuters, Johansen has cracked Apple's code that keeps iPod owners from playing songs from competing online music stores.

It didn't take long for the hacker to sell his code to a company for licensing. DoubleTwist is the company he has selected to license his program[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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