Hackers spent the 4th of July adding pop-up windows to popular YouTube videos and separately juicing the sales of a Vietnamese developer's books on iTunes.
The YouTube hack was first spotted by fans of Justin Bieber on YouTube Sunday morning. They were greeted with messages saying the pop singer had died or offers to venture to hacking sites (below).
Both video site Ebaumsworld and notorious Internet forum 4Chan have been blamed for the attacks, but it seems that others may have joined in once the hack was discovered. Here's one such message posted on the 4Chan forums, below:
Android developers are already knee deep into the latest Google technology released at I/O last week and have made some significant breakthroughs.
Sprint EVO 4G rooted:
What happens when you give away 5000 of your smartphones to the some pretty clever developers at the Google I/O (GOOG) conference? Sprint (S) found out yesterday when its yet-to-be-released HTC EVO (the most amazing smartphone I've ever touched btw) was rooted.
That means that developers will soon be able MORESeth Weintraub - May 24, 2010 12:07 PM ET
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