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Permanent iPhone unlock solution does not need jailbreak?

04/12/2011, Whispers abound of a unicorn-like permanent unlock solution for the Apple iPhone 4 as well as other models, where it is touted to work without going through the jailbreaking process in the beginning. Normally, most of the other standard cell phone...

Tout: 15 Seconds Video Status Updates on Facebook and Twitter

04/11/2011, There is a Twiterrification of everything going on for a while now – think Blip.fm for music, Blippy for credit cards, ShopSocially for shopping, Twitpic for pictures- and Tout is the latest addition to the trend. Tout lets people to update their...

AR.FlyingAce lets your AR.Drone shoot lasers

04/11/2011, While the US Navy have successfully fired the first laser cannon on a ship today, the folks over at Parrot have given lasers to their AR.Done quadricopters as well, albeit they won’t set anything on fire – at least not in reality. They have just...

iPad 2 to see action in kindergartens

04/11/2011, Some parents might think that this is beyond belief – do pre-schoolers in kindergartens actually need an iPad 2 as a learning tool? Those tablets don’t come cheap, you know, but school officials in Maine think that the investment is well worth...

Bloomberg releases Businessweek+ magazine app on iPad

04/11/2011, While publishers are busy fighting for a better incentive when selling magazine subscriptions though iTunes on the iPad, Bloomberg has decided to go ahead and release an official magazine app anyway. Called Bloomberg Businessweek+, this app isn’t...

Apple rumored to have hired ex Nintendo and Activision PR staff

04/11/2011, It looks like Apple is really going full steam ahead with plans to dominate the mobile gaming market. As if letting developers sell high-quality games at budget prices on the App Store wasn’t enough to undercut the competition, Apple might be...

Apple confirms Verizon iPad 2 3G issues

04/08/2011, It looks like Verizon’s victory over AT&T for having less dropped calls on the iPhone 4 has been short lived. Recently, apparently a number of Verizon customers have been complaining about problems with their iPad 2 tablets connecting to...

G-Form iPad Extreme Sleeve is one tough case

04/08/2011, One of the main problems that everybody faces with technology today is how fragile it is. Go out in the streets, and you’ll be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t have some sort of protection for their devices. Be it a bumper case or a...

Kick to Pick lets babies choose their own names

04/08/2011, One of the most challenging things that a father and mother have to do is name their child. What name do you choose? Do you name your child after someone famous? Or something you like? Are you afraid that your kid will grow up hating his or her name? Well...

Bing invades the iPad

04/07/2011, It looks like Microsoft is trying to replace Safari as your default browser – without you knowing it. The sneaky folks at Redmond have just launched the new Bing app for the iPad, and instead of being just another search app, Bing for iPad does so much...

Apple patent points toward new hybrid e-paper display

04/07/2011, There was a US patent which showed up recently from Apple, where the fruity company from Cupertino could be working on a possible breakthrough in display technology that might just see action n future iPads and iPhones. Known as “Systems and Methods...

Apple rumored to purchase 12 Petabytes of storage space

04/06/2011, Word has it that the fruity company Cupertino has flexed their financial muscle by picking up 12 petabytes of data storage from Isilon Systems. This new hardware for Apple (and bringing a windfall to Isilon in the process) will see their days out as a...

100 Atari Classic Games on iOS

04/06/2011, Atari Greatest Hits is a package that contains 18 arcade games and 92 Atari 2600 games. First, if you simply download the app, you get Pong for free (this may be a temporary promo). As for the others, you can opt to buy each game for $0.99, or the whole...