By Christopher Price on June 7, 2012
You know our stance on iOS, you know we spoke out about sideloading first. Now we feel it’s important to tell you why we’re sending an app to Apple (again).
By Christopher Price on May 11, 2012
Microsoft’s consumer-friendly offshoot of Windows Server 2008 R2 arrives at a new price-point, with iOS apps included free of charge.
By Humberto Saabedra on May 7, 2012
By Christopher Price on April 21, 2012
Held out to give your iOS device an HDMI port? Now’s your chance to declare that patience is a virtue… just hurry, since this will probably sell out.
By Christopher Price on April 14, 2012
Apple updates the Verizon LTE iPad with new carrier settings, no word yet however on what exactly was changed.
By Humberto Saabedra on March 15, 2012
By Christopher Price on March 13, 2012
By Humberto Saabedra on February 16, 2012
Apple has prevailed in its current litigation against Motorola Mobility regarding one of its key patents related to the sliding unlock function implemented in both iOS and Android. The decision in favor of Apple was handed down earlier today in Munich and Motorola wasted no time in filing a response which can be read below: […]
By Christopher Price on December 27, 2011
Prolific iOS hacker pod2G has released to jail breakers a new exploit, which for the first time brings a homogenous and simple jailbreak for iOS 5 devices. The jailbreak has been incorporated into redsn0w, the most popular jailbreak tool, and supports all devices with the exception of Apple A5-toting iPad 2 and iPhone 4S. This […]