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.
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.
While there is still some time to go before anyone will be able to get their hands on an iPad. Those of you who are already dreaming of having the new Apple device may start “pretending” that you have one. If you have the iPhone or the iPod Touch and have had it jailbroken, you can now change the theme / UI on your device so that it looks literally the same as that of the iPad which runs the iPhone OS version 3.2. In fact, if you go through the entire list we have provided below, your iPhone or iPod Touch will more or less function similar to an iPad as well!
Many speculate that the fact the Google Nexus One doesn’t have multitouch enabled is because Google have had a deal with Apple and agreed not to enable this. However, is it possible? The Nexus One certainly has the hardware capabable of doing this, its just restricted from doing so that’s all. That’s why, we all saw this coming. Android hacker – Cyanogen has created a hack which allows modification Google Android OS 2.1 (which currently comes with the Nexus One) to enable multitouch capabilities.
Due to arrive in the New Year here in the UK via Vodafone, Nokia’s relatively new N900 Maemo mobile phone tablet gets turned into a controller for the PlayStation 3 game console. The hack in question is in fact a new application currently still being improved and is in its early stages. Its known as BlueMaemo Bluetooth emulator and allows the N900 to mimic bluetooth devices.
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