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    by Published on 07-06-2010 10:40 AM

    Apple is applying a very watchful eye to your iTunes purchases these days, and it isn't because of widespread reports of user accounts getting hacked and fraudulently charged for hundreds of dollars in downloads that were never authorized. Instead, Apple is monitoring what you buy, when you buy it, and what those patterns reveal about you. As you might suspect, this has something to do with ...
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    by Published on 07-06-2010 08:58 AM

    The chairman of China's #1 PC maker Lenovo taunted Steve Jobs over the weekend, saying he is missing a big opportunity in China due to his "bad temper." Lenovo’s founder and chairman Chuanzhi Liu told the Financial Times Sunday that his company's Android-powered "LePhone" would be competitive with the iPhone because it had more Chinese content available for it.

    The iPhone remains in high ...
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    by Published on 07-06-2010 01:32 AM

    Two big new developments concerning the future of jailbreaking and unlocking our iPhones have arisen recently. @Comex, the developer of the insanely-popular one-click Spirit jailbreak, has officially announced that a jailbreak for ALL iOS 4 devices has already been developed and will be made public in the very near future. As of right now, 4.0 ...
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    by Published on 07-06-2010 12:14 AM

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adouTnXgelE]YouTube - Frash for iOS[/ame]

    Comex has amazed the jailbreak scene once again by officially naming and demonstrating his Flash player for Safari in iOS, "Frash." It is actually a port of the Flash player available for Android 2.2, the first release of Android to officially support ...
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    by Published on 07-05-2010 03:03 PM

    Drivers on the NVIDIA site, as well as ones found inside the default Mac OS X installation on the new Mac mini, indicate that Apple is working on supporting additional high-end graphics cards, possibly for upcoming refreshes of the Mac Pro and iMac lines, both of which are due for an upgrade. Though little hard information is available, MacRumors reports on the functional Mac drivers found ...
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    by Published on 07-05-2010 10:50 AM

    There was a time when Apple's biggest hacker concern pertained to iPhone users modding and jailbreaking their handsets. Today, the powers that be in Cupertino have bigger worries to contend with. In recent days and weeks, Apple has been the target of more than one substantive hack attack. And this issue extends far beyond fraudulent Steve Jobs' emails and fake online correspondence ...
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    by Published on 07-05-2010 09:30 AM

    It's no secret that developers say their preferential platforms are those that help them make the biggest bank. And while a record number of developers are building apps by the boatload for either Apple’s iOS or Google’s Android, Apple comes out on top for generating the most cash for devs. Why? Android has the lowest percentile base of paid-for-apps - but that's just for now, a reality that could soon ...
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    by Published on 07-03-2010 11:22 PM

    Rumors on the World Wide Web go together as well as peanut butter and jelly. And while Apple has mostly dealt with rumors and erroneous reports by largely ignoring them, the Cupertino-based tech giant has done something rather unprecedented. It's calling out a media source that published false information.

    Recently, BGR published an alleged email correspondence between an ...
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    by Published on 07-03-2010 02:57 PM

    The arrival of the iPhone in China has, unquestionably, presented a host of tremendous opportunities and also more than a few headaches, particularly as a result of Chinese restrictions placed on cellular technologies. Now, China Mobile says it plans to keep nudging Apple in the direction of creating a custom iPhone - that is, one that could accommodate a network based on TD-SCDMA ...
    75 Comments  846 Views
    by Published on 07-03-2010 02:49 PM

    Spirit2Pwn is Not Written by GoJohnnyBoi

    UPDATE: Thanks to GoJohnnyBoi for filling us in. Yes, we we are reporting this as "fake", but what's happened here is a poor choice in words for a description. msft.guy and GoJohnnyBoi "wrote the open source code to flash firmware images into nor, which is possibly what the author of this package meant".

    Alright guys, earlier I posted about Spirit2Pwn, which has now been ...
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    by Published on 07-03-2010 01:26 PM

    There has been no shortage of questions directed our way at MMi in the last day or so regarding Apple's updated return policy. The reason for the questions is because multiple sites and threads across the blogosphere have reported different or outright inaccurate information about Apple's revised return policy as it pertains to the iPhone 4.

    Although Apple clearly ...
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    by Published on 07-02-2010 02:38 PM

    According to "Apple sources" speaking in total anonymity and confidence, one of the most hotly anticipated iTunes upgrades may be on tap for late summer. As it stands, iTunes could finally get the cloud capability we've all been hoping for. The update, of course, wouldn't come as a shock to anyone as such a development has been widely anticipated for what seems like ages. But there are doubts ...