Evi and Siri might have to duke it out once Amazon makes its smartphone
Siri hasn’t quite lived up to the hype that most Apple fans bestowed upon it after it debuted with the iPhone 4S, but it’s still a magical piece of software, and Apple’s competitors want their own version of Siri.
Adding to months of speculation that it’s working on its own smartphone, Amazon just bought a Â Siri-like app called [Read More...]
The upcoming evasi0n jailbreak that will will allow users to hack iOS devices running Apple’s latest iOS 6.1 firmware has been completed for Mac and Windows ahead of its public release. The team behind it the exploit confirmed the update on Twitter this morning. All that remains is the Linux client and “some testing.”
With the Mac and Windows clients complete, the evasi0n jailbreak is 68% done, according to [Read More...]
One of the highlights of The iStack Mac Bundle 2.0 is Camtasia 2 for Mac. This app gives you flexible recording options, professional â€“ and yet easy-to-use â€“ editing tools, along with web and mobile sharing capabilities so that you can show incredible video screencasts to the world.
Now there are several other options out there that you can choose from when it comes to screen-capturing apps (I even did a comparison [Read More...]
A normal iPhone 5 doesn’t look like that…
When Apple released the iPhone 5 three months ago, jailbreak hackers were sent back to the grindstone. Like a new version of iOS, new Apple hardware almost always kills the current jailbreak. It’s a ruthless game of cat and mouse.
Has the iPhone 5 been jailbroken? Sort of. A picture of what looked like a jailbroken iPhone 5 spread like wildfire several months ago, [Read More...]
Never ever lose anything ever again. Ever
ZOMG! Never lose your iPhone again with the ZOMM Wireless Leash Plus, a hardware/software combo that wirelessly ties your iPhone to a needy dongle that cries whenever the two are separated. It can help you to remember your phone, your keys, or even where you parked Grandma. The free app is at the heart of the setup. It lets you snap a photograph [Read More...]
Hackers to Apple: resistance is futile. Hacker planetbeing, a part of the A5 untethered jailbreak dream team, announced via a tweet on Twitter today that we are one step closer to the A5 untethered jailbreak. Why? Because the dream team’s newest member, saurik, helped them with getting out of the sandbox. It was originally planetbeing’s responsibility to deal with the sandbox, but saurik helped once more. Saurik has been in cahoots with the A5 untethered jailbreak since the [Read More...]
iOS hacker Pod2g, who has become increasingly famous over the last few weeks thanks to the progress he’s made on an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5, is one step closer to jailbreaking the iPhone 4S. Apple’s latest iPhone was tricky to hack thanks to its new dual-core A5 processor, but Pod2g reports the new chip “is not a problem anymore.” In a new post on his blog, Pod2g announced his progress [Read More...]
Apple unveiled “Siri” yesterday. The revolutionary technology is integrated into the iPhone 4S to bring you dictation and voice recognition capabilities that will knock your socks off. We gave you a breakdown of how Siri compares to Google’s similar “Voice Actions” technology for Android, and Apple’s approach is leagues ahead of the competition. If you’d like to know exactly what Siri can do for you on the iPhone 4S, an extensive list of compatible voice [Read More...]
Scott Forstall asked the iPhone 4S running Siri “Who are you?” “A humble personal assistant,” Siri replied. Right….for now. Today Apple showed off their latest innovation in mobile technology (which we speculated about last night) and surprisingly it wasn’t a brand spankin new device, rather it was an incredibly innovative voice command personal assistant application called Siri. On a day when only an iPhone 4S with faster insides and no cosmetic changes was the big hardware [Read More...]
The IEEE 802.22 standard has finally been published by the IEEE which means it is official. And with its officialness, 22 Mbps per channel downloads up to 100km from the transmitter are that much closer to becoming an everyday reality. The hope for the new standard is that it will provide broadband access to rural regions and regions that have been long ignored by telecom infrastructure across the world. The new standard for Wireless Regional Area [Read More...]