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    by Published on 12-21-2011 10:40 AM
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    This is an awesome jailbreak tweak at adds a useful row to your keyboard.

    Are you one of the people who hates how some companies require that you make passwords with both capital letters and lowercase letters, then they also recommend that you use numbers and symbols to increase your password strength? Then maybe this jailbreak tweak will be one of the best jailbreak tweaks that you've ever used. But, it can be use for so much more than just goofy passwords. The jailbreak tweak has been dubbed iKeywi (pronounced i-Kiwi like the fruit). I thought that was pretty clever. ...
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    by Published on 12-21-2011 02:38 AM
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    Siri has been an innovative feature that many users find several uses for. Hackers have even found alternative uses for Siri, such as starting their car. For other users, Siri has been more eye-candy than it has been useful but this trick might be an impressive novelty for you music lovers out there. A cool new hack lets Siri play music on a Yamaha Disklavier player piano from music files ...
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    by Published on 12-21-2011 02:14 AM
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    2. Cases,
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    As you may already know, the court room battles between Apple and Samsung seem to never end. The latest chapter in the saga continues with Apple claiming that Samsung is now copying not only their smartphones and tablets but also their cases. Apple seems to believe that the case infringes at least a minimum of 10 patents.

    Although Apple hasn’t detailed the complaint against Samsung, it ...
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    by Published on 12-21-2011 01:38 AM
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    In a recent press release, Mike Thompson, Nuance Mobile’s senior vice president said that “virtually every mobile and consumer electronics company on the planet is looking for ways to integrate natural conversational voice interactions into their mobile products, applications, and services,” and said the acquisition of Vlingo would help the company ‘accelerate the pace of innovation to meet this demand.”

    The ...
    7 Comments  2440 Views
    by Published on 12-21-2011 01:16 AM
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    The internet is the home to many scams where people try to rip you off. The latest victims are Apple’s MobileMe service users who are claiming to receive phishing emails. The method is familiar to many – you send an email to a large number of people asking them for login credentials and hope some people end up falling for it. It is a very crude method that results in success often, which is why we keep seeing them on a ...
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    by Published on 12-21-2011 12:26 AM
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    2. iPad,
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    Apple continues to pump blood through the procrastinating hearts of millions of Americans and as a result pump millions of consumers' dollars into Apple’s pockets.

    Apple is now offering free next-day shipping on all non-made-to-order macs and non-engraved iPods and iPads. That means the iPad, MacBook Air, and iPhone you ordered today to satisfy the hubby will arrive with enough time ...
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    by Published on 12-20-2011 11:43 PM
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    Sometimes Tweeting in the middle of meeting, lecture, of funeral can be misconstrued as inappropriate. CovertChirp provides a solution (probably still inappropriate for funerals).

    CovertChirp is a stupid simple idea, that can be stupid effective in the right setting. CovertChirp utilizes a Twitter UI camouflaged as the native iOS Notes application. The interface even comes with a “boss” ...
    2 Comments  2135 Views
    by Published on 12-20-2011 09:32 PM
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    Late Tuesday, Apple issued a brand new beta version of Mac OS X 10.7.3 (build 11D36) to its developer community for forthcoming testing.

    Apple's last beta release (OS X 10.7.2) came in October, when Apple served up iCloud support to the desktop OS.

    For now, all we can tell you is that this pre-Christmas release comes with no known issues. Developers, however, are encouraged to focus ...
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    by Published on 12-20-2011 07:05 PM
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    iFaith is the amazing application that pioneered iOS 5 downgrading.

    In case you aren't familiar with iFaith, it's a Windows application made by iH8sn0w that dumps your SHSH blobs and APtickets locally so that you can make custom signed restorable firmwares. iFaith was the first application that allowed you to make a signed '.ipsw' file for iOS 5. If you like what you're hearing so far, you might be interested in hearing that ...
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    by Published on 12-20-2011 06:45 PM
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    Earlier today, iOS 3.1.3 users were unable to use the App Store.

    Earlier today, it seemed like no one using iOS 3.1.3 could use the App Store to download new applications. Users brought up a big stink about it on Apple's support forums (this link) about the problem where Apple seemed to have blocked iOS 3.1.3 users from being able to install applications from the App Store without updating to a newer firmware. While it appears ...
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    by Published on 12-20-2011 03:24 PM
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    Image Courtesy of Patently Apple

    Apple and their minions toiling away in bowels of Cupertino's LSD-laden labs (I have no proof verifying the previous statement) have filed a new patent dealing with “smart kiosks” that interact with iOS devices.

    The idea behind the Kiosks is simple, new iOS device users walk into an Apple Store, or Best Buy, (or just happen to see a kiosk at a bus stop) ...
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    by Published on 12-20-2011 01:34 PM
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    Apple added a wrinkle in the way iTunes users can purchase their favorite television shows this week.

    The wrinkle comes in the form of a “Complete My Season Pass” option now available in the iTunes store. It’s unclear when this option became available exactly, but it appears to have started this week. Apple has offered a “Complete My Album” feature in the iTunes store for some time, allowing users ...