INQ Hack hacks iTunes
PURELY IN the name of investigative journalism, the INQ followed up on a posting on the Motomoders.net site.
It claimed to have found a way of raising the number of iTunes tracks stored on a Motorola handset from 100 to 1,000. And it definitely works.
Apple isn't going to be pleased about this. Indeed the relevant files have already been removed from the file sharing sites named in the posting after complaints. It's hard to tell whose IPR may have been infringed. INQ Hack hacks iTunes
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