iOS 4.1 GreenPois0n Jailbreak Working Just Fine

Now that Apple’s iOS version 4.1 has been hacked, jailbroken and that jailbreak released to the world in the form of Limera1n and GreenPois0n, the big question is: how well does it work? I’m glad to be able to report that GreenPois0n works excellently. In fact, version ‘RC 4’ is out right now. The new ...

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300,000 iOS Apps in the iTunes App Store

Since the last time anyone checked, Apple’s iTunes App Store has increased its offerings by approximately 50,000 to a total of more than 300,000 apps. The split between paid and free apps is about two to one. Nearly a thousand new apps are appearing on a daily basis. The iPhone 4 is selling amazingly well ...

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Apple Files Anti-Sexting Patent

Apple CEO Steve Jobs really seems to hate adult content on his iOS platform. While Android might get all the content too steamy (or immoral depending on how you look at it) for Apple to allow it on their iTunes store, Jobs’ new iPhone 4 certainly has potential for some adult activities through its FaceTime ...

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GreenPois0n iOS 4.1 Jailbreak Finally Released

GeoHot might have beaten the iPhone hacking Chronic Dev Team to the punch with his ‘Limera1n’ iOS 4.1 jailbreak, but they appear to be shaking it off with the release of ‘GreenPosi0n’ today. The Chronic Dev Team had planned to release GreenPois0n on 10/10/10, but veteran iOS hacker geohot released his own, different hack after ...

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No ‘GreenPois0n’ Yet, ‘Limera1n’ Jailbreaks iPhone 4 Anyway

Yesterday was supposed to be a glorious day for iOS jailbreakers everywhere—the GreenPois0n jailbreak solution from Chronic Dev Team was supposed to launch at 10/10/10 10:10:10. Instead, a veteran hacker named geohot upstaged them by releasing his own jailbreak for iOS 4.1 called ‘Limera1n’. The Chronic Dev Team then decided to postpone the launch of ...

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Mozilla Improving FireFox Home for iOS, Working on a BlackBerry Version too

Fans the Mozilla's FireFox web browser can rejoice. No, Mozilla isn't making a mobile browser for smartphones. However, it is bringing more functionality to its FireFox Home app for iOS and has both BlackBerry and Symbian versions in the works. First, let's take a look at what FireFox Home actually is. It is a mobile helper ...

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People Love iOS devices More than Anything Else

Apple's iOS users absolutely love their Apple products. Don't believe me? Consider some new numbers from the American Customer Satisfaction Index. According to the poll, iPad users have an amazingly high satisfaction of 82%. For comparison, this is the highest satisfaction of any manufacturer in history. The fact that Apple is scoring so high matches well ...

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Facebook’s iPhone App Gets a Much Needed Update

A new version of Facebook's iOS app hit the iTunes App Store yesterday. It brings plenty of bug fixes and more stability to the app. Since the iOS Facebook has 46.3 million active users, Facebook seems to be pushing updates for the app at a much faster pace than Android and BlackBerry users are getting. ...

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Forget Flash, Apple’s New Rules Let Unreal Developer Kit Create iOS Apps

Apple's new iOS restrictions for developers are letting Adobe Flash apps to be compiled and submitted to the iTunes App Store—what we should not forget though, is that Epic Games can now bring its Unreal Develops Kit to iOS. I find this news far, far more exciting since Apple is trying to push the iPod ...

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iOS 4.1 Bringing HDR, HD YouTube Uploading and FaceTime

  The iOS 4.1 update that should be coming out this week and shipping on the new iPod touch 4 has plenty of features. I have already touched based on Ping, Game Center and the new streaming rentals, so here is a quick look at some of the less talked about things that are showing up ...

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Ping, Game Center and Streaming Rentals in iOS 4.1

    Apple's iOS 4.1 update is expected to come out this week and it brings a slew of new features. Ping, Game Center, and streaming television show rentals are all here. Keep reading for the details. Ping The biggest new feature in iOS 4.1 is a toss up between Ping, Game Center and streaming video rentals, but I ...

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iOS Finally Getting Flash Support with Skyfire?

While the Apple iOS crowd is probably unfamiliar with the Android OS browser ‘SkyFire,’ they should take notice. An iOS version of Skyfire 2.0 is going to be submitted to the iTunes App Store and is capable of playing streaming Flash videos. Sure, Apple can be somewhat of a prick when it comes to its ...

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FaceTime Comes to the new iPod touch

The rumors were true after all--Apple is bringing FaceTime to the next iPod touch. There is more too. Think everything you wanted from the iPhone 4 without the phone part. The new iPod touch has front and rear facing cameras, can shoot 720p HD video, has a beautiful Retina display and the Apple A4 processor. Sweet. Coming it ...

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iPhone App ‘Love Plus’ a Little Creepy, Lets You Have Virtual Girlfriend

The Japanese have been known for making some very...interesting games. One genre of games that seem to only come from the country are dating simulations. These games let you spend your time in a virtual world trying to win the heart of an inevitably high school aged beauty. Creeped out yet? Don’t worry, I have ...

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StarCraft 2 on Your iPhone Anyone?

Everyone loves StarCraft. Okay, maybe not quite everyone, but unless you have been living under a rock for the past decade and a few, you have probably heard of the StarCraft franchise. It is one of the most successful in gaming history after all. But what does a PC game have to do with the ...

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