ChevronWP7 unlocked Windows Phones lose unlocking tool, but get app hub access in exchange.
Sony has been axing PSP games from the PlayStation Store in an effort to plug security holes in the PS Vita.
Enterprising programmers have wasted no time in hacking Microsoft's new Kinect controller for the Xbox 360, with open-source Kinect drivers for PC already available to download online.
A lovely little video has surfaced on YouTube showing a device that forces the Nintendo Wii - notoriously difficult to hack - to play backup disks.
The GP2X Wiz, successor to the Korean GP32 console, is due for release in October, and is currently being promoted by developer Game Park Holdings as having a far more commercial approach than its predecessor. Techradar spoke to Canadian software developer Jeff Mitchell, developer of launch title 'BattleJewels', to learn more about the development scene, and GPH's part in it.
The Korean open-source handheld GP2X Wiz is nearing release (link), but the world at large remains largely in the dark about Game Park Holdings' business plans for the machine.
UpdatedEverybody and his or her dog seems to think that they have a great idea for a videogame (in addition to their unwritten novel) and Microsoft has just launched a major new initiative to help bedroom developers make (and profit from) their own interactive blockbusters from the comfort of their bedroom.