The famous iOS hacker @pod2g has recently updated his blog a number of times, noting that he has managed to apply an untethered jailbreak solution to his
Google has taken down a first-person shooter that turned its Google Maps Street View into killing fields, using those people inadvertently captured in the
SkyDrive finally arrives for iPhone.
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A month ago we told you British retailer Phones4U is offering the unlocked Huawei Blaze for 79.99 GBP. Like that’s not good enough, they are further slashing the price to 59.95 GBP, making for an even better deal.
And when the game studios come before you, you shall judge them by their sequels.
Just in time for the Holiday season, ZeptoLab unveiled a short animated cartoon featuring the adorable Om Nom monster, which we know from the super-popular Cut the Rope games. The video, which BTW was unveiled at the LeWeb conference in Paris, features the little monster as he leaves the iPad to search for cookies in the real world.
As the year comes to an end, we decided to wrap up with several “top 2011″ posts. Today we’re presenting you with top failures of the year.
So you like the Samsung Galaxy S II (who doesn’t) and you also happen to live in an area with a solid AT&T signal around? You’ll be glad to know Amazon is now offering AT&T’s version of the popular Android smartphone for $129.99! And that’s the price for both new and existing users with an individual account.
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1471 are among 50 things killed off by modern technology, according to a new