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var digg_url = 'http://digg.com/gaming_news/Naughtiness_on_the_Nintendo_DS'; The Nintendo DS's software library is diverse enough to satisfy almost every genre craving or niche interest. If what you're looking for, however, is a game with more mature themes -- nudity and sexual content -- it's do...

May 5th 2007 at 8:00pm 0 Comments
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These crazy hackers are moving fast these days, but Engadget has stayed in stride by providing a walk-through of myTunes, a GUI front-end to QTFairUse (sadly, Windows only - for now), that python code they mentioned earlier this week (not to be confused with any other products by the name of 'myTune...

September 1st 2006 at 4:00pm 0 Comments
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JHymn users might remember that iTunes 6 broke the DRM-stripping tool, and it seems that Apple's done a good job of keeping FairPlay locked down - until someone cooked up QTFairUse6 for Windows. Yes, it's a Windows app, but it can apparently strip purchases from iTMS version 6.0.4 and above of their...

September 1st 2006 at 10:00am 0 Comments
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This tip has apparently been around for quite a while, but the indispensable macosxhints just discovered it today, and I thought I'd share the love. It turns out that, using iMovie and at least one picture/video file, you can chose a couple of specific export options to crank out a DRM-free AIFF fil...

August 15th 2006 at 8:00am 0 Comments
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First Engadget reported it, and now there's an official Apple Support document explaining the issue: some MacBooks (and Pros) are apparently making it out of the factory with a thin piece of clear plastic blocking covering the rear vent. The article states the obvious: that this plastic is used to p...

June 5th 2006 at 12:00pm 0 Comments
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I haven't raised everyone's ire with an anti-DRM rant in a while, so I thought I'd share this bit. Here's the warning: according to the DMCA circumventing the DRM in your iTMS tracks is illegal; however, as the DRM contravenes existing fair use laws in the first place, the DRM itself is illegal. Pl...

May 16th 2005 at 1:45pm 0 Comments