I have said on a number of occasions that iOS 4.2.1 update was more important for iPad users than it was for iPhone and iPod Touch users. Reasons include the addition of multi-tasking and folders functionality for the Apple Tablet users. Many iPad users have found out the folder functionality is rather limited and could do with an extension just like FolderEnhancer for iPhone and iPod Touch users. Your wish has been fulfilled in the form of FolderEnhancer 1.2, that lets you do things Apple didn’t think of such as create subfolders and more on your iPad.
We all know what the iPhone Dev Team is currently working on – unlock for iPhone 4 baseband 02.10.04. What about users who own iPhone 4 with baseband 03.10.01? A tweep inquired the king of iPhone exploits, Sherif Hashim, about the unlock for baseband 03.10.01 and the answer he got was a positive one – upcoming ultrasn0w update will unlock the iOS 4.2.1 baseband as well.
The first step to load custom ROMS on Nexus S is to unlock the bootloader and this very important step has been completed. If you have unlocked the Nexus One’s bootloader, then unlocking this will be a walk in the park. Steps to unlock Nexus S bootloader can be found after the jump.
Now this is what I call hacking in Turbo mode. It has been less than 24 hours since Nexus S hit the retail stores in US and already xda-developers have done what they do best – rooted Nexus S.
SkyFire have tweeted the news which will definitely bring smile to the face of iPad owners. Yes, that’s right folks, SkyFire for iPad has been submitted to the App Store for approval. Since iPhone version was approved by the app, the approval is more of a formality than anything else. So what does SkyFire for iPad look like? See the demo video after the jump.
It seems China won’t be waiting for the real iPhone 5 to go live to start producing iPhone 5 clone. Why we say that? Check out the video after the jump and you will have your answer.
Those who enjoyed and watched the Ninja unboxing of Nexus One would have been wanting and anticipating the same event to occur for the just went live Nexus S, and they haven’t been disappointed. The same team who applied some ninja techniques to Nexus One have repeated the same feat again.
Korean carrier KT has done the entire universe a huge favor. as it has announced Dell Venue, the Android version of the Windows Phone 7 powered Dell Venue Pro, and has offered us an early glimpse as to what to expect from the device. First thing to note here is that, it is being referred to as Dell Venue and not Dell Venue Pro which will help you distinguish the two device. Secondly, it doesn’t feature a QWERTY keyboard.
Apple has made it loud and clear – they intend to launch the Mac App Store on 6th January, which happens to be Thursday for the pondering minds. The Mac App Store is an attempt on behalf of Apple to make the process of discovering, purchasing, installing and updating apps easier than ever before.
High-speed internet has become something of an essential service to have these days and thanks to a wealth of competition and lots of great prices you don’t have to look very far in order to find a deal to suit your needs.
Traditional broadband services can be had in either ADSL or cable options and the secret to getting yourself a good deal on that front is to spend some time using a comparison website such as Broadband Genie.
Inside this free to use site it’s possible to see all available deals as well as quickly check prices, contract duration, monthly cost, speed of service and the amount of data that you can use. The information is updated all the time too, so as soon as any great new deals become available then you’ll find them here.