Google announced Jellybean coming in July for the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus 7 tablet. I thought we would take an early look on the Galaxy Nexus and see what the changes bring to 4.0 ICS. For me, Jellybean makes Android something...Read More
While the recent jailbreak has been out for some time, I thought I would walk you through the steps while I jailbreak my new iPad. This jailbreak uses Absinthe 2.0 and jailbreaks devices on 5.1.1. There are a couple device...Read More
I walk you through the process of greatly improving the speed f your HP TouchPad. By Default HP has a lot of processes going on in the background that slow down the seemingly fast 1.2Ghz tablet. Once you turn off or minimize...Read More
So you upgraded to the beta and had issues like me? Well here is a nice little tutorial showing you how to downgrade your iPad to the previous firmware and it works like a charm....Read More
The jailbreak is finally out and here for your using. I walk you through how to jailbreak your iPhone4 or iOS4 device. This Jailbreak works on iOS4 software, but not the beta. The unlock will work on iPhone 3G and 3GS as I am...Read More
The time has finally arrived when you can quickly and easily jailbreak your iPhone 4 or any other iOS device running 4.0.1. The iPhone Dev Team (Comex) has just released their new jailbreak tool and it works through mobile...Read More
Apple appears to be going after those who try and hack its OSX-based iPhone. Not too long after the OS 3.1.3 baseband was hacked, Sherif Hashim plugged in his iPhone to iTunes and was presented with a message that his ID had...Read More
Just a day after (depending where you live), NitroKey Slipstream was released for $15, the iPhone Dev Team has released their jailbreak for the iPod Touch 2G. The Dev Team was trying to prolong their release in order to get the edge on a hole in the bootrom which allows them to continue to jailbreak any concurrent release with the same bootrom. They had planned to release the Jailbreak once production of the 3rd generations had begun. While this may or may not allow time for Apple to fix the issue permanantly, we can always count on the free solutions that the iPhone Dev Team will be providing for us who long for more out of our Apple devices.
Tap Tap Revenge has been an app for the iPod touch and iPhone since the first jailbreak had taken place on Apple’s hardware. The game is a simplified version of Guitar Hero and allows you to add your songs and play to them. Now Nine Inch Nails has officially allowed Tapulous to use their songs for an upcoming version of the app, which should be available in October. The NIN version will include 12 songs and a theme surrounding NIN. The company also said to expect more artists in the future.