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Comex Comments On Stolen iPad 2 Jailbreak

Comex Comments On Stolen iPad 2 Jailbreak

Comex responds to stolen iPad 2 jailbreak and warns iPad 2 users to Save SHSH Blobs…….

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Samsung Series 9 13-Inch And 11-Inch Laptop Line Up

Samsung Series 9 13-Inch And 11-Inch Laptop Line Up

It’s been three months since we know about the thin Samsung Series 9 a powerful, expertly built and expensive. Of course, that’s dog The company has just refreshed its premium 13-incher, adding a Core i7 processor option, a 256GB SSD (up from 128GB), and 6GB of RAM to the highest-end model.

By On July 2, 2011 Respond
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Facebook App For iPhone Updated

Facebook App For iPhone Updated

Facebook has just Updated the app for iPhone. In this update Facebook has Fixup Bug and some major Security Improvements. Now the updated App is available in iTunes.

By On July 2, 2011 Respond
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NYTimes Has Updated Their iPhone And iPad App

NYTimes Has Updated Their iPhone And iPad App

The NYTimes has just updated their iPhone and iPad app to implement in-app subscriptions. Now you can enjoy the award-winning journalism of The New York Times anytime, anywhere, with the enhanced NYTimes app for iPhone now including more content, featuring blogs, videos and slide shows.

By On July 2, 2011 Respond
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Google’s Chrome OS Has Bugs

Google’s Chrome OS Has Bugs

Researchers find flaws in Google Chrome OS systems and this flaws could undermine Google’s focus on security of Chrome-powered devices. Google responded to the news of the flaw in rapid fashion and fixed it, but the WhiteHat Security researcher found other instances of the same flaw in other applications soon after. Google Chrome OS gives extensions sweeping rights to access data stored on the cloud and the trusted extensions would be trusting another website, it means Google has to clamp down on extensions………..

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[Report] Mac OS X Lion Launching July 6

[Report] Mac OS X Lion Launching July 6

There are many rumors circulating all over internet regarding the launch of Apple’s much awaited, Mac OS X Lion. Recently, folks over at T-Gaap reported that there source close to Apple revealed that the Cupertino company will be releasing Mac OS X 10.7 Lion on 6 July, Wednesday at 9:00 am Pacific Time and it will be available for download on the Mac App Store.

By On July 1, 2011 Respond
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Facebook Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg Now The 3rd Richest Man In Technology Sector

Facebook Co-founder Mark Zuckerberg Now The 3rd Richest Man In Technology Sector

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s personal fortunes have soared, thanks to investment fund GSV,0 225,000 shares in Facebook at an average price of $29.28 each and this stake values the popular social networking site at about $70 billion. Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth has passed $18 billion and he is now the third richest man in the technology sector……….

By On June 30, 2011 Respond
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Sony Bring Refined Sound And Classic Style With The New G-Series Micro HiFi iPhone, iPod Systems

Sony Bring Refined Sound And Classic Style With The New G-Series Micro HiFi iPhone, iPod Systems

Sony has announced two new micro Hi-Fi systems, which recall the look of classical analogue systems while combining the latest ways to listen to your music. Not only that this system also including over a wireless home network. The new G-Series micro HiFi systems are a blast from the past at a glance, anyway. Both rigs are MP3 and iPhone / iPod-compatible via USB and will be available in two different configurations.

By On June 30, 2011 Respond
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Taiwan Finds Paid Android Refund Window Unlawful

Taiwan Finds Paid Android Refund Window Unlawful

Taipei City Government was recently alerted to Google’s Android Market return policies, that violate Taiwanese consumer protection laws requiring any product bought over the internet to have at least a 7-day trial period and gave Google a 15-day ultimatum to revise its app return policies to include the mandatory 7-day trial period. While the 15-minute refund window for apps and games purchased on the Android Market is fairly short and Tapei City government fined Google for the privilege of refusing to follow Taiwanese law’, followed swiftly by a T$1m ($35000 approx)……..

By On June 29, 2011 Respond
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Sony VAIO Z Laptop Released For Europe

Sony VAIO Z Laptop Released For Europe

Sony has introduced a new VAIO Z laptop in Europe to rival Apple’s MacBook Air slenderness and this new carbon fiber laptop is not only thinner and lighter than the Air, but also packs a punch in the specs department. Sony’s ultraslim 13-inch VAIO Z laptop packs external GPU for power on demand and it features only Intel’s HD Graphics 3000 solution but the VAIO Z beats other ultralights with its Power Media Dock, which contributes the power of an AMD Radeon 6650M GPU with 1GB of dedicated memory. The pricing starts at £1,434 ($2,294) with a Core i5 CPU, 4GB of RAM and no PMD ; the dock is a £400 ($640) option with no optical drive included, while upgrading to a 1080p 13.1-inch LCD is a mere £40 extra………..

By On June 29, 2011 Respond
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4 Year Old Nokia Siemens Network [NSN] To Restructure Their Joint Venture

4 Year Old Nokia Siemens Network [NSN] To Restructure Their Joint Venture

Telecom giant Nokia and conglomerate Siemens are moving to restructure a joint venture in telecommunications networking equipment after failing to acquire a controlling stake in it and two private equity groups, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts and TPG Capital already dropped out of the auction to take over from Nokia as the controlling partner in NSN. Shares of Nokia ended Friday down 14 cents at $5.88 and shares of Siemens finished the session down 60 cents at $131.18………..

By On June 29, 2011 Respond
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Video & Photos Email For iPad By Mirage Labs

Video & Photos Email For iPad By Mirage Labs

Mirage Labs has just announced of Video also Photos Email 1.0.0 for iPad. The first app that truly extends Email Sharing capability of the default Photos app. iPad users would be able to send the message “Video Is Too Long” when trying to attach video larger than 54 seconds, because of the native Photos app’s own limitations.

By On June 29, 2011 Respond
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Google Exposing Phone Locations Visible On Web

Google Exposing Phone Locations Visible On Web

Google has taken steps to limit the disclosure of the locations of WiFi Devices and the move by Google comes after the Mountain View, Calif.-based company was criticized for the way it made a database assembled by Android phones and Street View cars available to the public, even though it could link a geographical location with a unique hardware address of a Wi-Fi enabled device. The change means that Google now appears to be moving closer to the approach adopted by Apple and Microsoft and it wasn’t immediately clear what changes Google made to provide more privacy protections. The database is used to speed up geolocation fixes for mobile devices and to provide the ability to determine location for PCs that don’t have access to GPS-derived coordinates………..

By On June 28, 2011 Respond
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Singapore Armed Forces Equip With iPads

Singapore Armed Forces Equip With iPads

The Defence Ministry of Singapore said on Monday that it will be issuing 8,000 iPads to new recruits this year and new soldiers will be able to snap photos and videos of the battlefield, which can be uploaded to a central database. They can also communicate with officers and other soldiers via messaging and the forces are expected to create their own apps so that they can message each other in real-time, but also carry out group discussions, no matter where they are located……….

By On June 28, 2011 Respond
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AT&T To Unlock iPhone 4 At Checkout

AT&T To Unlock iPhone 4 At Checkout

Apple began selling unlocked iPhone 4 models that are compatible with more than just AT&T’s GSM-based cell network earlier in June and that started circulating over the weekend claiming shoppers weren’t limited to purchasing unlocked iPhones from the Apple Web site. Unlocked iPhones will allow you to insert a SIM card from any GSM carrier and the unlocked GSM-compatible iPhone 4 is priced at US$649 for the 16GB model, and $749 for the 32GB version…………

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