Hackers Breach Nintendo 3DS Defenses Right After Device Debuts In Japan

Hackers Breach Nintendo 3DS Defenses Right After Device Debuts In Japan

A major reason for a video game company to come out with a new device is to make it safer from attacks by modders who find ways to let the systems play unlicensed games, as well as swipe copies of legit titles. Nintendo’s honeymoon for the 3DS handheld — which was just released in Japan and comes to the U.S. in late March — is now over before it really started. [More]

Device That Turns iPhone Into Universal Remote Coming Next Month

Device That Turns iPhone Into Universal Remote Coming Next Month

If you’ve got an iPhone, a $50 eraser-sized dongle that snaps on to the bottom of your device could relegate that desk drawer full of remotes to the garbage bin. [More]