JailbreakMe takes advantage of iOS security flaw: Why you need to worry about it

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JailbreakMe is a web-based process of jailbreaking the iPhone, and its smoother than a ferry ride home from Alcatraz. Although it’s good news if your a timid Apple device owner who is hungry for “unsanctioned” apps, it raises security questions about such an escape.

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Otterbox Defender iPad case review: Best rugged case money can buy

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The iPad has established itself as one of the coolest gadgets of the year, and is a must have if you love Apple. Its large display, crystal clear screen, and a multitude of features make it one of the most impressive tablets on the market. Check out Mobile Magazine’s iPad review here. However, like all iDevices, they do leave something to be desired in the area of durability.

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Apple iPad becomes expensive fridge magnet with FridgePad

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On my fridge I have a magnetic bottle opener shaped like a pint of beer and a magnetic dead Kenny from South Park. Those are pretty cool, I suppose, but they pale in comparison to having an Apple iPad as an extra large fridge magnet. And that’s exactly what you can have with the FridgePad.

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Fujitsu announces 12.1″ multi-input touch screen for tablets

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If you remember way back before the iPad was even a concept, Fujitsu had coined the name for their handheld device that was primarily targeted for the retail backend. Fast forward into the year 2010, and Apple has released their very own iPad, while Fujitsu has now announced a display technology with wIf you remember way back before the iPad was even a concept, Fujitsu had coined the name for their handheld device that was primarily targeted for the retail backend. Fast forward into the year 2010, and Apple has released their very own iPad, while Fujitsu has now announced a display technology with which they could use to launch their very own tablet device.hich they could come out using in their own tablet-style device.

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Legal Jailbreaking could bring Flash to the iPhone and iPad

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News came today as the US Government announced new exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). One of the most notable and perhaps useless exemptions is the iPhone Jailbreaking grant. It is no longer “illegal” to Jailbreak your iPhone or other similar Apple device according to a U.S. Library of Congress ruling today.

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iPad Friday for nine more countries

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It’s official, the iPad is going to be sold in nine more countries this Friday, July 23rd. So everyone in Austria, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, and Singapore get your camping gear on, you have 4 days and 3 nights of Apple fanaticism to endure. The iPad has sold millions of units and Apple’s getting ready to sell a few million more. Check out our iPad review here if you haven’t already, to know what you will be waiting in line for.

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Apple FaceTime coming to the iPod and iPad

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In the strictest sense, video calls are nothing new. At the same time, Apple’s FaceTime on the iPhone 4 could really help to popularize that form of and function of communication. FaceTime my friends, is coming to the iPad and iPod touch. With FaceTime on the iPhone you still “call” your friends like you normally would, then the video call is pushed over the Wi-Fi connection visually connecting you.

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Website aims to find the best iPad case for you

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Sure, Apple seems to be doing quite well with its shiny new iPad, but this has opened up a whole world of opportunity for other companies too. You do want to protect your precious touchscreen device from damage, right? That’s why the first thing you should probably buy is an iPad case. Helping you find the that case is the aptly named iPadCaseFinder.com. This isn’t its own store, per se, but it does link you up with many different styles of iPad cases that are available on various sites around the Internet.

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iOS 4 is here: Prepare for the next generation of mobile advertising

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Apple is pushing the iPhone OS 4 update (iOS) to all iPhone models. The iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G will all run iOS 4. Apple will fix a few things that should have been done long ago, like the ability to organize your mail, organize apps with folders, create your own playlists too – this is not rocket science, it’s a catch up game. Unfortunately not all features will be available to the iPhone 3G; multitasking has been held back due to a slight lack in the hardware department. Expect hacks to come out the day after. All phones will of course get the most important feature of all: iAds.

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iPhone 4 price is roughly $180 out of Apple’s pocket

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The Apple iPhone 4 price remains quite competitive when considering that it shares several of the same components that its oversized brother, the iPad does. The same A4 processor, possibly clocked down to conserve battery life, a wireless 802.11N antenna, Bluetooth 2.1 module and 16GB/32GB of memory are some of the common similarities the two devices share. Screen size is obviously reduced on the iPhone, Retina Display technology does give it that extra sharpness, but the iPad’s display added roughly $95 to it’s manufacturing component cost; more than double that of the iPhone 4.

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AT&T slams hacker group responsible for “malicious” attack

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The group replied last week saying it exposed the security flaw to inform and protect consumers, and refused to make public their discoveries until AT&T repaired the issue. In response to the FBI’s claim that they’ve begun investigating the incident, the hacker organization said simply, “We did not try to hack your iPads, your iPads are safer now because of us”. They also noted that all findings have been destroyed by both the hackers and Gawker Media’s Valleywag website who received the data from them.

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