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    by Published on 12-08-2011 08:17 PM
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    Chrono Trigger, arguably the best sprite-based Japanese RPG ever made, is finally available for iOS.

    I downloaded it. Have started playing it. And the nostalgia is overwhelming.

    For the unfamiliar, Chrono Trigger was released in 1995 and is a traditional sprite-based RPG in the vein of Final Fantasy titles before FF Vll. The iOS version is gorgeous and appears to be a high-res port of the Nintendo ...
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    by Published on 12-08-2011 07:37 PM
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    After an extensive period of beta testing and refining, a new Google product comes to fruition. Today, Google unveiled the brand new social publishing platform called “Currents.” The project, which was previously known under the “Propeller” code-name is a mobile app that is available on both Android and iOS devices. Publishers are given the option to package their content in a magazine-style web app, which is presented on tablets and smartphones with HTML5 usage.
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    by Published on 12-08-2011 06:00 PM
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    Remember this little guy up here?

    iFile is perhaps the greatest and most well-known file browser for iOS. iFile lets you visit any directory in your iDevice and lets you edit, add, delete, or move files within your filesystem. It lets you do it right from your iDevice, no SSH or USB browser necessary. This means that you can edit things on the fly without needing a computer to follow you around.

    If you don't know by now, the iPhone has a filesystem just like any Mac or PC. iOS's filesystem is just closed off to you until you jailbreak it. The filesystem can be a very fragile part of any iDevice just like any computer and deleting files or editing them irresponsibly has the full potential to lead you to needing to restore your iDevice to factory ...
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    by Published on 12-08-2011 04:58 PM
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    After you jailbreak ([follow our guides if you haven't), you have the ability to change any aspect of your device. Cydia is a store that contains countless applications and tweaks (software packages that change your device configurations). A tweak can do something as minor as changing the color of something or as major as letting you use full screen browsing in Mobile Safari - and much more. Some are free and some are paid. Cydia also has various applications and themes; some Apple never accepted into the App Store, such as Grooveshark.

    This guide is intended for beginner level jailbreakers and will show you how to install and uninstall a jailbreak tweak.

    Installing a Jailbreak Tweak

    To begin, make sure that you have a jailbroken ...
    11 Comments  5630 Views
    by Published on 12-08-2011 04:14 PM
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    2. iOS,
    3. Accessories,
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    Jawbone is offering a great return program for those with malfunctioning devices.

    Jawbone Up is a cool techy bracelet for iOS users who want to track their sleeping habits, fitness habits, and things of that sort. It is used to help get you in shape and annoy you when you are doing things against good habits. For some, this seemed like a really cool idea. After a while from its release, users started reporting problems ...
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    by Published on 12-08-2011 02:15 PM
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    Cydia is the application that is installed on your iDevice after you jailbreak it. It's a store similar to the App Store and iTunes Store, only it sells tweaks and third party applications instead of things that Apple approves. They vary between prices and some are free. Since you need to be on a jailbroken iDevice to use Cydia, you will need to follow our guides on jailbreaking your iDevice from this link. This guide is intended for beginner level jailbreakers and will show you how to add sources ...
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    by Published on 12-08-2011 12:13 PM
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    The new Twitter 4.0 has a nice layout and seems quicker.

    Twitter has rolled out an update for Twitter dubbed version 4.0 which seems to take some design pointers from the new Facebook application for iPhone. I say that because of the matte look that it has. Nonetheless, it looks really nice and it is still nice and speedy. In this brief description, I will show you the inner workings of the application and show you the new interface. First, we will take a look at the news feed, which is easily the most important part about Twitter:
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    by Published on 12-08-2011 03:01 AM
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    As we all knew, Apple is continuing to work on Siri, their exclusive personal assistant feature found in the iPhone 4S. This is now being confirmed as a pair of job openings for experienced iOS software engineers appear on the company’s site. According to Apple’s Siri user interface manager Dan Keen, Apple is seeking qualified people to join the team that implemented the user interface for Siri and help “make the next big thing even bigger.” Both of the posts ...
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    by Published on 12-07-2011 05:08 PM
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    WiBlaze is a speedy Web browser for iOS that uses the iDevice's hardware to its max potential.

    Some people are tired of Mobile Safari. I admit, it is a great Web browser, in fact it's the world's fastest mobile Web browser on the iPad 2 and the iPhone 4S. How about for those single core processors, though? WiBlaze comes packed with hardware acceleration that takes full advantage of the A4 and A5 chips and every aspect of the iOS device lineup. The developer, revblaze (Jay Bush) even took into account the iPhone 4S with its dual core processor and HSPA+ (4G) speeds. While the iPhone 4S doesn't have a jailbreak yet, WiBlaze is ready for the iPhone 4S's hardware as revblaze ...
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    by Published on 12-07-2011 02:02 PM
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    Xbox 360 owners can now check out their online profiles using their iOS devices. Larry Hyrb, better known as Major Nelson, the Xbox Live Programming Director recently unveiled an Xbox Live app for the iOS platform called My Xbox LIVE.

    The app lets users send messages, manage friend lists, edit profiles, change the features on an avatar, and view game achievement progress. You can now stay connected ...
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    by Published on 12-07-2011 02:01 PM
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    The HD Go Pro helped ambitious sports action videographers stop breaking expensive camera equipment with their easy helmet mounted camera solution. The Optrix HD Sports Mount hopes to do the same for adventerous iPhone 4 and 4S owners.

    The Optrix HD offers a much safer iPhone 4 and 4S helmet attachment solution than, lets say, duct tape or lots of rubber bands. It even doubles as a rugged ...
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    by Published on 12-07-2011 12:25 PM
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    Despite losing its lone carrier status for the iPhone earlier this year in the United States, the nation's second largest mobile operator is on pace to post a new quarterly sales record. John Stephens, AT&T Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, confirmed today that AT&T "is on track to break its single-quarter record for smartphone sales."

    Addressing his audience at the UBS 39th ...