Satellite, Cable, Digital TV, Home Media, & Computers
|  Home   |  Forums   |  News   |  Blog   |
May 14, 2009

Nintendo DSi is hacked


by David Allen

Just as Nintendo thought it had beaten the pirates back, their assault has returned with a vengeance and a victory, resulting in the DSi being hacked despite Nintendo thinking it was impregnable.

The DS had its issues, but the DSi was thought to have been made to handle anything that was thrown at it because of the online firmware updates that users’ are able to install on the device to block attacks.

Yet this seems to have failed as pirated games are still being used out there and, even if it is wrong in most people eyes, it doesn’t seem that this practice is ever going to stop.

The practice goes way back to when people used to record music off the radio onto cassette tapes, and while nobody says that it is right, it still happens.

Story link: Nintendo DSi is hacked


Discuss this in the Techwatch Forums


Add to Bookmarks:

ADD TO NETSCAPE     ADD TO DEL.ICIO.US     ADD TO DIGG     ADD TO FURL

ADD TO STUMBLEUPON     ADD TO YAHOO MYWEB     ADD TO GOOGLE     ADD TO SPURL


Related news to "Nintendo DSi is hacked"




No Comments »

No comments yet.

Leave a comment


Previous: « Be Broadband offers game to promote service
Next: BBC should not spend cash on US programmes »

Visited 599 times, 86 so far today