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    by Published on 11-20-2011 02:02 PM
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    1. iPhone,
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    You can show your Android friends that your iDevice can do that too!

    Thanks to our wonderful staff writer, Joshua Tucker, Modmyi has a nice review on AndroidLock XT. It's a jailbreak tweak by Zmaster and it lets you emulate the Android lock screen experience on your iPhone or iPod touch. AndroidLock XT has a ton of customization options to configure including behavior, themes, and patterns. You can literally use these patterns to unlock ...
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    by Published on 11-20-2011 11:42 AM
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    1. Apple,
    2. OS X,
    3. Mac
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    Apple normally sells the 13 inch MacBook Air For $1299.00.

    Apple's MacBook Air lineup is one of the hottest. For this holiday season, why not give the one you love a brand new computer that they will love? This MacBook Air sports 128GB of solid state storage, 4GB or RAM, and a 1.7Ghz dual-core i5 processor. It's great for productivity such as college work, and it will be entertainment through web browsing, email, ...
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    by Published on 11-20-2011 01:18 AM
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    2. iOS,
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    The iPhone 4S’ latest competitor, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus just went on sale this past week (in the UK) and the folks over at Anandtech have performed some tests to show how it stacks up. The Nexus is the first smartphone to feature Google’s next generation mobile operating system dubbed Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

    Some initial performance analysis of the flagship smartphone was obtained from the GLBenchmark database, revealing that the Galaxy Nexus performs better than the iPhone 4S when running ...
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    by Published on 11-20-2011 01:16 AM
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    2. Apple
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    There were several rumors regarding the possibility of Apple’s next smartphone featuring NFC technology in the months leading up to Apple’s iPhone announcement in the fall. Many competitors in the market have had the wireless payment technology for some years but it really only started to gain some traction recently. As you can all tell, the rumors were ended up being false, since there isn’t any kind of NFC chipset in the iPhone ...
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    by Published on 11-19-2011 11:55 PM
    Categories:
    1. iPhone,
    2. iOS,
    3. Cydia,
    4. iPad,
    5. Software
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    Tethering is probably one of the iPhone's most useful on-the-go features.

    Tethering is a very popular function of the iPhone. It's something that allows you to have an internet connection for your Wi-Fi devices no matter where you go. If you can get a 3G or Edge signal on your iPhone, then you can get Wi-Fi on your computer, or other Wi-Fi device. Unauthorized tethering is frowned upon on cellular service providers, so if you use this, we ask that you use this with care. This is our disclaimer to you: unauthorized tethering is a violation of your cellular service contract and your cellular service provider has the right to pursue you for damages involved with breaking your terms of service. Modmyi is offering ...
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    by Published on 11-19-2011 09:22 PM
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    2. iOS,
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    With this jailbreak tweak, you no longer have to slide to unlock. You can just move the lock screen out of your way.

    Wouldn't it be fantastic if you didn't have to focus your finger on a little slide to unlock bar? What if you could just move the lock screen out of your way by dragging it off of the screen? With this tweak, dubbed Move2Unlock by Keith Scheiw, you can do just that. Just grab your lock screen and drag it off of your screen to unlock the device. This tweak was originally created by Mario Preis, but Keith is the new maintainer of the tweak. It's actually really cool. Albeit Move2Unlock brings you a new way to unlock ...
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    by Published on 11-19-2011 08:15 PM
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    2. Mac
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    When the MacBook Air was first hit the market in 2010, it was initially planned to be released with an 11’’, 13’’, and 15’’ model product line. Jobs hit the stage at Apple’s Cupertino campus to deliver the announcement where he revealed a teaser of OS X Lion, FaceTime for Mac, iLife ’11, along with the MacBook Air design being the finale.

    The new design offered justification for the product line’s ...
    12 Comments  3428 Views
    by Published on 11-19-2011 04:13 PM
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    2. iOS,
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    Sprint's iPhone 4S will be available in Radioshack this weekend.

    The iPhone 4S is already crunching through the numbers of iPhone 4's sold last year. It sports phone specs that are awesome in comparison to the iPhone 4, and it beats most of its competition. A dual core CPU and GPU, along with an 8 megapixel camera, increased HSPA+ speeds, and more. The iPhone 4S broke record sales on the ...
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    by Published on 11-19-2011 03:55 PM
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    2. OS X,
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    By using a default write command, users can have the iTunes Dock icon can be set to display a “Now Playing” song and artist pop-up that transitions in and out at the start of songs. It’s quite a nice feature to have if you like many keep iTunes hidden in the background, especially if you are playing songs from a shared network and aren’t aware of what songs might be played. If you are interested in setting up the feature yourself, ...
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    by Published on 11-19-2011 01:46 PM
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    2. iOS,
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    If you're new to jailbreaking, you know that learning it can be both exciting and sometimes frustrating.

    New jailbreakers looking for ways to make their device awesome are going to find that looking through Cydia for tweaks can be cumbersome. If you're new to the jailbreaking realm and you want to know what you can do with your newly freed device, this application called iAm Jailbroken, by Jake Schultz, will show you all of the basics through video tutorials, jailbreaking news, and visual representations of what you can do with your device and how to do it.

    iAm Jailbroken features a main page that has so many links available to you that you will be knocked off of your feet by all ...
    30 Comments  17642 Views
    by Published on 11-19-2011 12:01 PM
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    1. OS X,
    2. Mac,
    3. AppStore,
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    Want to be able to run Windows applications on Mac OS X without a virtual machine?

    Apple computer users have used virtual machines programs such as Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion to run Windows on their machines for ages now. Apple even implemented a feature called Bootcamp so that Mac users can install Windows on a second partition of their storage drive and boot up to it as a second operating system. But, what if you want to run Windows' .exe programs directly from ...
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    by Published on 11-19-2011 11:26 AM
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    Greg Joswiak - or “Jos” as he's affectionately known around Cupertino, California - is one of the veterans on Apple's product marketing team behind the iPod, the iPhone and iOS.

    A marketing guru with serious Silicon Valley street-cred, Joswiak recently shared with his audience at "Silicon Valley Comes to Cambridge" his take on the four chief lessons he learned at Apple during his 20 years at the company.

    According ...