FAAST toolkit utilises Microsoft Kinect as PC game controller

On December 30, 2010, in Gaming, Geeky, by Mike Jefferson

Kinect is here, and despite its success, we’re more interested in Kinect’s technology underneath, its hacks and modifications than the games it plays. Today you’ll see how you can you use your Kinect with your PC and play games with Kinect as your controller.

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Looks like there’s been a glitch in Apple’s iOS 4.1 firmware, the relatively important security flaw too. The glitch allows users to hack their way through and bypass the lock screen on the iPhone in which you are required to enter a passcode, the result is that you won’t need to know the passcode to reach the iPhone phone app and access some degree of private data.

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Android OS users have waited for a Skype app for a long time and as you know, the official Skype app for Android OS was released a few days ago, but it came with certain limitations. If you feel frustrated by those limitations, you’ll be pleased to know that there’s a hacked version of the Skype app for Android that removes those limitations.

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If you were thrilled by the hacked iPad running Chrome OS yesterday, you’re going to need your GTN spray prepared for this one. Despite this being just a short clip, I think no doubt we’ll soon see more teasers from Hexxeh.


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Just found this photo over at Hexxeh’s blog, he’s not said a word about it but the image speaks for itself. Google’s yet-to-make-a-breakthrough Chrome OS has been successfully installed, running and crossbred onto the last device that Steve Jobs would want to see – the Apple iPad.

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Twitter is under attack, again?

On September 29, 2010, in Social Networking, by Mike Jefferson

Surely you remember the recent security breach on Twitter that exploited a security hole related to the JavaScript onMouseOver function. That attack caused some problems because it was used for redirecting users to adult websites simply by hovering a mouse over a certain link and calling the onMouseOver function that way.

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How cool is this case mod? This isn’t the real deal guys but it looks deceivingly similar, have to hand it to the guys at Solomods.

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