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Sony unveils its first motion controller for the PlayStation 3.
This week on the CNET Tech Review, all the news on Apple's new iPods; Netflix comes to the iPhone; get off the couch with PlayStation Move; and how to resurrect your waterlogged phone.
Apple finally gets around to suing Psystar, Sony takes on the Apple TV with the new PlayStation, and a new Wii game lets you sword fight on the beach.
In PlayStation news this week, the PS3 may be jailbreakable via USB dongle, until Sony breaks down your door and takes your PS3 straight out the door. Also, touch-controls on the back of the PSP may be nigh, we show you the 53 steps it takes to turn off Facebook Places, and Apple tries to climb in your window and snatch your jailbroken iOS device up. See you all in a week!
The FAA has asked Boeing to prove it's new connected airplane isn't so connected it can connect hackers. We also discuss why folks think women aren't as good at math when all the women we know are great at math. And we hash over some Apple tablet rumors. I mean how could we not. We also have special guest host Clayton Morris from Fox News, AND Ryan Shrout from PC Perspective.
Sony, maker of the popular PlayStation gaming console, faces a class-action lawsuit for the way it handled a security breach that exposed millions of users' personal information last week. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
The Sony PlayStation is finally getting a price drop, but some dummy retailers in Europe are actually increasing the price of the Xbox Arcade console set. In other news, a Twitter user is offering his followers a line to God, Starbucks says OK to freeloaders, and we also debate the most prolific technology of our time! You'll never guess what Wilson has up his sleeve...
Episode 43 of the Digital City, where talk about the ethics of news organizations uploading street fighting videos; the CrunchPad vs. Apple's hypothetical tablet, and our impressions of Sony's holiday PlayStation lineup, including Uncharted 2 and the EyePet virtual critter.
Multiple rage-fits on today's show, as we discuss poor Sony's PlayStation Network being hacked again, patent trolls going after the entire app store market, the Winklevoss twins taking their hurt feelings all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, and sweet little elementary school kids unable to have a school talent show thanks to the jack-boot of the culture of ownership. Good times. --Molly
Apple is the world's most valuable brand, HP offers data services, and the PlayStation Network is still down.