Day: May 3, 2012

PS4 has now sold more than 40 million units, Sony says

PS4 has now sold more than 40 million units, Sony says Despite the fact that the PS4 NEO appears to be on the horizon, Sony is making it quite clear that the PlayStation 4 console is doing quite well on its own. As of May 22, the console has sold more than 40 million units since its launch in November 2013, Sony said in a press release. That’s a lot of software sales, almost 271 million units from internal development and 3rd party sources. Of recent note, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End did quite well, amassing more than 2.7 million...

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Up close with the iPad 2 (Video)

Up close with the iPad 2 (Video) We’ve written a lot of words about the new iPad unveiled by Apple on Wednesday. But now you can see the iPad 2 in action in this video shot just after Wednesday’s press event in San Francisco. Download Macworld Video #152 Format: MPEG-4/H.264 Resolution: 480 x 272 (iPhone & iPod compatible) Size: 12.7 MB Length: 2 minutes You can also read about the iOS 4.3 update for all iPad and iPhone owners, or consider buying an original iPad now that Apple has just knocked £100 off the UK purchase price at the...

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Android, iOS 6.1.3 bugs expose phones to voyeurs, data thieves

Android, iOS 6.1.3 bugs expose phones to voyeurs, data thieves The first line of defense against smartphone snoops is a handset’s lock screen, but the two largest smartphone makers are having trouble keeping them secure. Bugs were discovered Wednesday in both Android and Apple smartphones, just a day after Apple released iOS 6.1.3 to fix a previous passcode bug. The new lock screen bug was discovered in Apple’s iPhone by a reader of the Cult of Mac website. It uses an iPhone’s control feature to bypass the lock screen. However, the exploit appears to only work on the iPhone...

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