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    by Published on 04-18-2010 11:18 AM

    iH8sn0w, the accomplished hacker linked to n0wbreeze, F0recast and BlackBreeze, is getting attention for a Tweet put out last night that was accompanied by photos and video of the newest jailbreaking conquest. iH8sn0w has unveiled a jailbroken iPod touch 2G running the iPhone OS 4 Beta.

    As far as we know, iH8sn0w is presently toiling with a bundle for iPod touch 2G and iPhone 3GS to be used with PwnageTool ...
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    by Published on 04-18-2010 10:57 AM

    AT&T's competitors are making pitches to WiFi-only iPad users, hoping to capitalize on years of complaints about the speed of AT&T's "overloaded" 3G network. Verizon is pushing its MiFi mobile hotspot to iPad owners, and now Sprint is getting into the game, offering a snazzy carrying case called the Sprint 4G Case for iPad that allows you to tote your tablet plus Sprint's Overdrive: a 3G/4G ...
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    by Published on 04-18-2010 04:46 AM

    Someone might be getting fired tomorrow. It turns out that someone had left behind an, what looks to be, an iPhone 4G, or at least some type of prototype. Or it could just be someone playing a joke. We've seen a ton of fake iPhones from China, and this might be the same.

    Engadget was the first to report this news. Apparently the phone was found on the floor of a San Jose bar inside of an iPhone 3G case. Although it is exciting, ...
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    by Published on 04-17-2010 07:04 PM


    The guys at SoundMan Car Audio got an early start installing what they called the "first ever iPad in a car" sound system, starting a couple of days after the iPad became available. As we highlighted here when they released the video of the beginning of the install, they had opened the dash of a Toyota Tacoma pickup to create a built-in iPad car audio ...
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    by Published on 04-17-2010 02:41 PM

    Another bit of evidence emerged this week that the next iPhone will be released in June, as Boy Genius announced that he's "confirmed with multiple AT&T sources that the carrier has now put a block on employees taking vacations in June." The ban is significant, because the only other times they've occurred at the carrier's retail outlets has been for previous iPhone launches. ...
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    by Published on 04-17-2010 01:33 PM

    In the last few months, we've seen no shortage of quirky, unorthodox, and bizarre iPhone, iPod, and iPad accessories that, while fun to read about, have little practical value. And, until now, most prototype accessories were only presented for our amusement in theory. This week, however, one such accessory was actually released and made available for purchase.

    For some reason that escapes understanding, ...
    56 Comments  1569 Views
    by Published on 04-17-2010 12:26 PM

    Forget a potential lawsuit from Adobe, Apple is already in the legal cross-hairs of a woman from San Fransisco who is taking the tech giant to court over claims that Apple is wrongfully denying warranty coverage for its products that have had their moisture sensors activated.

    If you've ever dropped your iPhone in the bathtub or your iPod in the toilet (which, believe me, happens more frequently than ...
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    by Published on 04-16-2010 05:44 PM

    Though it's a completely unconfirmed rumor at this point, sources are saying that the long-awaited iPad Camera Accessory Kit will support USB audio. Based on a post to a public mailing list maintained by Apple for audio developers and some second-hand reporting, the Creative Digital Music blog is saying that the Camera Kit - which is essentially a USB adaptor for the iPad's dock ...
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    by Published on 04-16-2010 02:45 PM

    News that Apple executives and their counterparts from chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices have been spotted together has fed speculation that Apple may be moving future Macs away from the Intel chips they've been using since 2006. AppleInsider quotes "people familiar with the matter" as saying that Apple's already worked out an agreement with AMD to use its chips in their labs, an indication ...
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    by Published on 04-16-2010 10:44 AM

    Intego has discovered a new variant of malware for Macs dubbed HellRTS. Should it be installed on machines running Mac OS X, HellRTS opens a backdoor that, in a nutshell, wreaks havoc by allowing remote users to essentially play "Avatar: the home game" with your Mac and take control of infected machines, performing a variety of actions on them.

    Intego, which recognizes the aforementioned security ...
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    by Published on 04-16-2010 10:01 AM

    The team at iFixIt, led by Kyle Wiens, has endeavored to tear down the new MacBook Pro. And based on the findings, there aren't many gratuitous changes to the popular laptop. But there are what Wiens calls more than just a few "subtle" tweaks. And iFixIt is dishing on what those very tweaks are.

    According to the teardown team, the new MacBook Pro's biggest change, naturally, comes from the processor ...
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    by Published on 04-16-2010 12:14 AM

    What's New

    Wow... Nothing to put here at all really. This week seems to be all about updates.


    Rock App v2.22
    • 35% Improved Memory Performance
    • Improved Usability
    • Improved Stability
    • Improved APT handling
    • Fixed Internationalization Settings & German translation
    • Ability to open from rock:// URL)

    BiteSMS 4.7
    There are a ton of changes for the update, but the biggest one you should note: "A license is no longer required to use ...