iphone

  1. Is AT&T robbing you blind?

    A report came out yesterday at Macworld that AT&T may be cheating iPhone and iPad users out of some data that is rightfully theirs. As everyone is well aware, AT&T switched to a system last summer that changed their data plan offerings from having unlimited data

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  2. Apple is learning their lesson

    ![QC Approved Clipart from SeattleClouds.com](http://static.squarespace.com/static/507ba2f9c4aa45dec4f03316/507ba4cee4b044d779f49a4b/507ba51ce4b044d779f49f52/1350280476987/?format=original "QC Approved Clipart")Source: SeattleClouds.com Many apologizes for not getting a blog post out yesterday – or even getting a substantial post out today. The nature of being a student means that sometimes

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  3. Here Endith the Jailbreak Honeymoon

    Well it looks like the jailbreak honeymoon is over. Stories about how iPhone jailbreaking code could potentially be used to create iPhone rootkits have started surfacing. I can’t say I’m entirely surprised. Since the federal government ruled that jailbreaking was an exception to the DMCA copyright law, it

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  4. Library of Congress rules jailbreaking legal

    Do you know what the Library of Congress did for you today? Ruled that jailbreaking an iPhone was not a violation of copyright as Apple has been claiming: The Library of Congress, which has the power to define exceptions to an important copyright law, said on Monday that it was

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  5. Linkbait for July 9th

    So, it’s not uncommon for me to have days like today where I see a lot of interesting stories on my news feeds, but nothing that I really feel like writing a long, detailed article about. While I don’t feel like writing out a longer essay-like post on

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  6. iOS, Android, and You

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  7. Nokia Shows Off Ways to Hold Their Phone

    So, Nokia published new tutorial about different ways to hold a Nokia phone. Someone spent the time to figure out how to build a smartphone that you can hold a multitude of ways… it’s just silly. It’s like they’d rather have a phone that works than one

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  8. Steve Jobs and the Signal Bar Disappearing Act

    [![Full Bars! Illustration](http://static.squarespace.com/static/507ba2f9c4aa45dec4f03316/507ba4cee4b044d779f49a4b/507ba51be4b044d779f49f36/1350280475772/?format=original "Full Bars!")](http://gizmodo.com/5577316/steve-jobs-to-angry-iphone-4-user-relax-its-just-a-phone)Photo Credit: Jesus Diaz of Gizmodo There has been much talk recently of the issues with signal reception in Apple’s new golden child, the iPhone 4. Ever since

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  9. AT&T is giving away money? Not likely.

    There has been a lot of speculation about AT&T allowing people to upgrade to the iPhone 4 early. If you don’t know what I’m talking about click the link at the bottom. If you do, I just wanted to highlight this paragraph: The other, more intriguing

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  10. Web Programmers Never Get Cars...

    When he was 17, George Hotz poured hundreds of hours of his summer vacation into a special project: learning the iPhone’s secrets. His unpaid labor eventually paid off. With the help of a soldering iron, he was the first to unlock the iPhone, delivering the handset to international networks

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