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iPhone Dev Team Releases RedSn0w 0.9.10b8, Allows Saving iPhone Unlock Tickets

iPhone Dev Team Releases RedSn0w 0.9.10b8, Allows Saving iPhone Unlock Tickets

iPhone Dev Team has been pretty efficient in rolling out newer versions and updates for its iOS unlocking software tool, RedSn0w. Only recently, we reported the release of RedSn0w version 0.9.10b7 and now, the team has released an update to the tool, touted as version 0.9.10b8 which comes with the ability to enable users to save iPhone unlock tickets.

By On April 23, 2012 Respond
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Get To Know About Your Gmail Account With Gmail Meter

Get To Know About Your Gmail Account With Gmail Meter

Analytical tools are increasingly becoming popular in this digital, tech-driven world. And they are helpful too, in that they allow us an insight without having to dig into the huge amounts of data and spend our time and energy. Here, then, is a new tool named ‘Gmail Meter’ which lets you keep track of your Gmail Account.

By On April 22, 2012 Respond
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RedSn0w 0.9.10b7 Released, Comes With Corona A5 Jailbreak And More

RedSn0w 0.9.10b7 Released, Comes With Corona A5 Jailbreak And More

RedSn0w has been one of the most favorite jailbreaking tools for the iOS community. The best thing about it is that it has one of the most able iOS hacking team, iPhone-Dev Team, working on it, which makes sure that updates to the tool ship out regularly. Now, the team has released version 0.9.10b7 which comes with a Corona A5 jailbreak and a number of other tools. Direct download links are provided below, both for Mac as well as Windows users.

By On April 22, 2012 Respond
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Fake Instagram App For Android Devices Contains Malware

Fake Instagram App For Android Devices Contains Malware

Instragram has been immensely popular with iOS users and ever since the company has announced plans to launch an app for Android too, Android users have been ecstatic. However, it now seems that many rather notorious fellows are trying to play at this popularity by creating fake Instagram apps to make quick money out of it through hidden, nefarious malware.

By On April 21, 2012 Respond
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Control A Projected Image Through Shadow Gestures With ShadowPuppets

Control A Projected Image Through Shadow Gestures With ShadowPuppets

Imagine that you are projecting an image through a projector while giving a presentation. Now, having a number of additional accessories to control the presentation to perform zoom and other features can be quite annoying. However, with AT&T’s all-new ShadowPuppets, you can do all this merely with the help of your shadow gestures.

By On April 21, 2012 Respond
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GBike Gets Updated

GBike Gets Updated

No, its not another software! It’s a bike that Google employes use within Google premises. Google has announced that it will provide its employees with a new version of the ‘GBike’. It was in last autumn when Google announced a competition to produce a new bike design that would be easy to produce and easy to maintain, as well as comfortable, secure and affordable. That resulted in submission of about thirty designs. The wining design has been put into production for Googlers.

By On April 20, 2012 Respond
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Sergey Brin Says His Comments On Web Censorship Have Been Distorted

Sergey Brin Says His Comments On Web Censorship Have Been Distorted

Sergey Brin, Google’s co-founder, recently made headlines when he quite frankly remarked that systems like Facebook and Apple are a threat to web freedom, apart from governmental censorships and the craving of content producers to somehow gain the powers to ban websites. Now, Brin has stated that his comments towards Facebook and Apple had rather been distorted by reporting.

By On April 19, 2012 Respond
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Oracle Bought Sun Solely For Java, Oracle Executive Says

Oracle Bought Sun Solely For Java, Oracle Executive Says

The legal battle between Google and Oracle continues and the latter continues to maintain that Java, although a free language, is still very valuable and that Google failed to pay the price of using it. Now, an Oracle executive has re-iterated during court proceedings that the value of Java APIs is what made Sun a very valuable acquisition for Oracle.

By On April 19, 2012 Respond
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Android IP Trial: Larry Ellison From Oracle Speaks From The Stand

Android IP Trial: Larry Ellison From Oracle Speaks From The Stand

Oracle and Google have been locked in a bitter legal battle over alleged infringement of Java copyrights. Oracle is of the opinion that Google committed the infringement whereas Google holds that what it used was already free. Today, Oracle’s Larry Ellison took the stand to represent Oracle and we are not sure if he did a very good job at it.

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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Oakley Has Been Working On Tech-Glasses For Quite Some Time

Oakley Has Been Working On Tech-Glasses For Quite Some Time

When Google finally unveiled its Project Glass and showed the world what it was up to, it was truly mesmerizing, at least in the beginning. So far, most of us had thought that this was the only project of its kind. However, the CEO of Oakley Inc. has now revealed that his company has been working on similar tech-equipped glasses for more than a decade!

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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Android IP Trial: Larry Page Leads As First Witness

Android IP Trial: Larry Page Leads As First Witness

Oracle has been quite critical of Google’s Android platform, alleging that Google didn’t respect the ownership of a number of Java-related patents owned by Oracle. Google, in turn, denies having done so. The failure of both to reach a settlement has now kick-started a court proceeding where Google’s CEO, Larry Page, was announced the first witness.

By On April 18, 2012 Respond
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Apple’s Launch of ‘iPad Mini’ Is Inevitable, Analyst Says

Apple’s Launch of ‘iPad Mini’ Is Inevitable, Analyst Says

There has been a lot of speculation as to whether or not Apple will enter into the smaller-tablet market with the launch of a mini iPad. Many have formerly claimed that Apple will be releasing a 7-inch iPad as well as 7.85-inch iPad, but so far we don’t have any sound reason to believe so. Now, an analyst from Sterne Agee, Shaw Wu has expressed his opinion that an iPad mini is simply a ‘question of when, not if.’

By On April 17, 2012 1 Response
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Real Racing 2 – Premium Car Racing Game [Price Drop]

Real Racing 2 – Premium Car Racing Game [Price Drop]

Real Racing 2 is the one of the best car racing games for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad for its graphic and strategy. The game also runs of Android devices. Real Racing 2 is developed by Firemint Pty Ltd and distributed by Electronics Art Nederland BV. The most charming news is that the game is available for $1.99 (down from previous $4.99 price tag) at iTunes now and for free at Google Play. So, whichever platform you’re using, you can enjoy the exhilarating handheld racing experience at a discount.

By On April 17, 2012 Respond
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Adobe Stops Further Development On Flash For Mobile, HTML5 Stands Victorious

Adobe Stops Further Development On Flash For Mobile, HTML5 Stands Victorious

Apple has long been criticized for letting go of support for Adobe’s Flash Player and resorting rather to HTML5. As it turns out, Apple may not have been all wrong. Adobe has now formally announced that it has ceased further development of the Flash Player for mobile devices. Among others who would benefit from it, HTML5 stands victorious.

By On April 17, 2012 1 Response
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[Funny Video] A Love Story Of Rivals, G-Male And Siri

[Funny Video] A Love Story Of Rivals, G-Male And Siri

Apple’s Siri led its iPhone 4S to a rather wild success. The voice-based personal assistant is usually termed a ‘she’, because of its name as well as because the sound it produces is female. Now, a video by Comediva has tried to depict what exactly happens when Siri, and G-Male fall in love. It’s quite interesting and has been posted below.

By On April 16, 2012 Respond
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