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Jailbreak iOS 5 Untethered On iPhone 3GS With Sn0wbreeze 2.8

Jailbreak iOS 5 Untethered On iPhone 3GS With Sn0wbreeze 2.8

Hackers have been jailbreaking iOS 5 beta pretty much ever since Apple released the preview version of the next-gen mobile operating system and now iH8Sn0w has updated Sn0wBeeze to perform an untethered jailbreak of the old bootrom iPhone 3GS on iOS 5.0b1. Sn0wBreeze is a Windows application that creates a custom ipsw similar to PwnageTool and will not update your baseband, however UltraSn0w has not yet been updated for iOS 5………..

By On June 19, 2011 Respond
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Real Racing 2 HD Hand On Video

Real Racing 2 HD Hand On Video

We talked about Real Racing 2 HD’s AirPlay-based wireless mirroring feature for iPad 2 on iOS 5 at great length a few days ago and the folks over at Engadget got hold of the latest version of RR2HD and tested in on iPad 2 with iOS 5 Beta 1. During the WWDC keynote, Apple mentioned AirPlay Mirroring in passing, but it is the greatest iOS 5 feature and by this you get to stream all of the content on your iPad 2 onto your big screen TV via the Apple TV and with the beta software installed on the iPad 2 and Apple TV, it was just a matter of starting AirPlay mirroring from the multi-tasking bar………..

By On June 18, 2011 Respond
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Adobe Air End Support For Linux

Adobe Air End Support For Linux

Adobe has decided to end official support for the Linux version of Adobe Integrated Runtime (AIR) owing to the limited popularity of Linux as a desktop operating system and no signs that it will become more popular in the future and AIR 2.6 incidentally was the last release of the platform for desktop version of Linux. AIR allows programmers to create cross platform applications and a host of popular apps are built around the adobe runtime environment, including Tweetdeck, iPlayer and more. Analysts believe that it makes more sense for Adobe to focus on Google’s Android OS and iOS which are steadily increasing their market share and Linux has only gained about a percent of market share in that time, so it’s no surprise that a sliver of PC users are no longer a priority……….

By On June 18, 2011 1 Response
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Future Features of Find My iPhone

Future Features of Find My iPhone

Apple is planning to launch its own social network especially developed for iOS users and the app could help iOS users find other Apple fans who are nearby. If brought to devices in an update of the mobile operating system, which allow users to meet new compatible buddies in their vicinity as handsets communicate wirelessly […]

By On June 18, 2011 Respond
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New Login Screen on Mac OS X Lion

New Login Screen on Mac OS X Lion

Apple has released the fourth developer preview of the forthcoming OS upgrade, Mac OS X Lion and brought a new linen look to the login screen. It used to be a light grayish feel of the screen which has been now changed to the Dark grey and Apple has included the restart to safari option which lets you reboot directly in the browser, thereby preventing the access to the private date of the user…………..

By On June 17, 2011 6 Responses
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Turn Your iPhone Into Universal Remote With Griffin’s Beacon

Turn Your iPhone Into Universal Remote With Griffin’s Beacon

Griffin, maker of a ton of Apple accessories just released a universal remote system for iOS devices, connects to iOS devices over Bluetooth (via a free Universal Remote app) and then beams the app’s remote control actions over IR. It works with TVs, cable boxes and a slew of other devices for $80. Beacon Universal Remote Control System is a new Wi-Fi AV controller and uses can now customize their entire home entertainment system with the help of a single pocket-sized tool……….

By On June 17, 2011 Respond
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Mobile Web Performance: iPad vs. Android Tablets

Mobile Web Performance: iPad vs. Android Tablets

Blaze, a analysis-based company, which provides a free service for measuring Mobile Web performance and a subscription service that automates Web Performance Optimization (WPO), send us a report about analysis of top 500 websites shows far more are optimized for iPad vs. Android Tablets……….

By On June 17, 2011 Respond
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 USB Host Adapter Released

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 USB Host Adapter Released

Silhouette-spoiling USB host adapter arrives for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 and it will convert the Apple-esque 30-pin connector into full USB and thereby open up a world of connectivity to keyboards, mice, thumb drives and potentially any other USB device that gets Android support. This new $19.99 adapter will let you convert the proprietary port on the bottom of the 10 inch tablet into a USB port and also let you plug in a USB flash drive or peripheral devices………….

By On June 17, 2011 5 Responses
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Android iPhone 4 Clone

Android iPhone 4 Clone

Gooapple, an iPhone clone with Android 2.2 Froyo under the hood and it is without a doubt one of the best iClones we’ve seen a while, right down to some decent hardware and exact iPhone 4 dimensions and thickness so you can even use genuine iPhone cases with it. The phone is built to the exact physical dimensions of the original iPhone 4 and has the same 9.3 inch thickness……….

By On June 17, 2011 6 Responses
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No New Mac Until Release of Mac OS X Lion

No New Mac Until Release of Mac OS X Lion

Apple is expected to release an updated MacBook Air powered by Intel’s latest ultra-low voltage Sandy Bridge processors any day now, but it appears the company is waiting for the next version of Mac OS X to be finalized before launching the new version to the public. Apparently the reason for the wait is that Apple wants users to adopt Lion with its support for Apple’s new iCloud services and holding off on releasing one of its most hotly anticipated laptops will ensure that more users are using Lion as soon as the operating system is available…………

By On June 17, 2011 Respond
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Angry Birds Rio Get Carnival Episode Update

Angry Birds Rio Get Carnival Episode Update

Angry Birds Rio getting a new episode soon called Carnival, another new bird included and the new episode will come with 15 more levels for you to enjoy that are all carnival themed. Expect to see marmosets, balloons, colourful decorations to be among the items in this episode to give a bit more of a party theme to the game and the new episode isn’t the only thing included in the update…………

By On June 17, 2011 Respond
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Yahoo AppSpot App Search Program

Yahoo AppSpot App Search Program

A new website called Yahoo App Search indexes iPhone and Android apps nd an iPhone app called Y AppSpot provides personalized recommendations and a search function, is supposed to be personalized recommendations based on the apps you already use. AppSpot is a free quick search tool for finding apps on your phone, along with a recommendation engine that can (with your permission) review your installed apps and it’ll be available on the PC (and momentarily, for iPhone and Android platforms) and will also differ from those other app search alternatives by providing an all-in-one place that combines description, price, overall star rating from users, and screenshots…………

By On June 17, 2011 Respond
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Angry Birds Gets New Underground Episode Update

Angry Birds Gets New Underground Episode Update

Rovio launches a new version of Angry Birds or new episodes in what feels like rapid-fire succession and Phone version of the game has just been updated with 15 new levels and also unlimited use of the Mighty Eagle when you purchase it just once, it might take some of the fun out of the game……….

By On June 17, 2011 Respond
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Google Chrome Will Encrypt Gmail

Google Chrome Will Encrypt Gmail

Apparently Gmail has been a rather favorite target for hackers especially from China so what Google did was to start encrypting Gmail through the Chrome web browsers and https in your address bar in the Chrome browser it means that your Gmail is safe from outside eyes trying to take a peek into your inbox. However you access to http://gmail.com it will lead you to the unencrypted version 0f Gmail, but that’s assuming you’re not reading your emails through the Chrome browser…………

By On June 16, 2011 Respond
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Google Web Mapping Now Track Your Phone

Google Web Mapping Now Track Your Phone

Google’s Web mapping appears to be able to track your phone within feet of your actual location in yet another wrinkle in the ongoing location-based services and privacy debate that will now hit Congress, if someone knows a hardware ID, they may be able to find your physical address. Only Google and Skyhook Wireless make their location databases linking hardware IDs to street addresses publicly available on the internet, which raises novel privacy concerns when the IDs they’re tracking are mobile………….

By On June 16, 2011 Respond
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