I think in a few months, who knows when is going to happen and where, people will star to get mad with Apple for making disposable laps and don't be suprise to see a lawsuit soon.
Thats could be a possibility, I hope the situation doesn't go out control.
Man, here we go again.
Wow, just wow.
Who would imagine that beneath of that cover you would find everything in one mobo.
If one Ram module get damage, you have to replace the entire lap or the entire mobo? That sucks dude.
What heck Apple is thinking?
I updated my PS3 yesterday but I haven't reset my password becuase of the bottleneck problem and I think the PS Store its still offline, who knows when its going to be restore.
After 25 days the PSN is back online, however I will wait a little bit more to go online until the the network is 100% stable.
I read that the PSN is having problems: A significant chunk of the PlayStation 3 gaming population is still offline. A bottleneck in the tubes as millions of PlayStation Network users attempted to reset their passwords at roughly the same time.
In Japan, however, Sony's home base, there is a completely different issue: the government is unsatisfied with Sony's new security measures.
Posting on the official PlayStation blog last night, Communications Director Patrick Seybold said Sony was inundated with password resets and had to turn off PSN once again to clear the queue. And though the outage was brief for most, many are still waiting for their password reset request to be completed.
For PSN users in Japan, however, password resets aren't even an option yet. The Japanese government's media and content industry department at the Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry won't allow Sony to restore PSN because the company's enhanced security measures are "incomplete."
In addition, the Japanese government evidently believes Sony has not yet done enough to regain the trust of consumers whose personal information was stolen.
Could be mean that the customers doesn't trust anymore on Sony? I wouldn'd suprise to see if Sony reports that the population on the PSN is low once they restore the network.
By the way I heard that Anonymous got hacked, is this true? and also I read that Eido's webpage and Deus EX: Human Revolution's webpage were also hacked stealing important information from those websites and accounts.
Some how this is a message, a message from the unknown group hackers who attacked Sony, Anonymous and Eidos.
In my opinion the message is: You Will Never Catch Us, You Will Never See Our Faces, You Will Never Know Our Names. We Will Never Stop.
Guess what guys Sony anunced that they delay the reactivation of PSN, Why? It seems they were attacked for third time and now they are securing all the severs they have to prevent more attacks.
Even Sony is offering a reward to the person who can give any kind of information about the hackers so they capture them. At this point Sony doesn't know who are they and Sony was undable to track them.
I think this war is far to end and the users from PSN will be very, very, very upset with this.
I found this article on this web site and I translate it because is in spanish, sometimes the translator doesn't get some sentences.
here is the link, I also made a correction on the last sentence of the article
Hope that helps.
So its true after all that Sony was using an old OS an no firewall on their severs.
But guess what there is now a rumor that the unknown group hackers is preparaing a third attack.
Here is the details.
CNET web site reports that it had inquired to him into the plans of hackers by a source that was observing a channel of chat IRC, where was spoken of a third attack against the Web site of Sony, which is predicted for this weekend. One says that hackers has confirmed that has access to one of the servers of Sony and their objective is to obtain information and to publish it to the public. If is this true that could jeopardize the comapany.