Have you woken up this morning to find that your iPhone / iPad or even Mac Safari browser crashing or not working when you tap on its address bar for a search or to enter an URL? An issue has surfaced in the wake of site crashsafari.com, a website which forces Safari to crash once a user clicks on a link to it. However, many users haven’t been to this site are having the same problem so this suggests there must be a glitch in the latest iOS 9.2.1 which Apple has yet to provide a comment on. While we wait for an official solution, there seems to be two temporary solutions to the problem.

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One of the coolest things of using an Android device / tablet is the opportunity for rooting and flashing custom kernels and overclocking the device to see what limit it can get pushed to. Thanks to XDA member coolbho3000, in this video tutorial below, you’ll see how you could give your brand new Motorola Xoom the 1.5GHz overclocking treatment you want.

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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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Ever thought this was possible? Talking about DIY, how cool is this creation? A Star Wars fan posted details of how he built a Stormtrooper helmet out of two milk jugs. Its hard to imagine how he managed to transform two plastic cartons into the helmet pictured, think about it, we have them in our fridge right now.

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Found this very useful quick clip recently. If you’re like me, you could only afford a 200GB hard drive when you first bought your laptop and one year later, you’ve already run out of space, this do it yourself tutorial could help you and save you from hiring someone else to do it for you. Tom Merritt from CNET shows you how to backup, create a bootable image of your Windows PC or Mac using some easily downloadable software. He then teaches you how to take out your existing hard drive and the things you need to watch out for.

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This is so much more easier than many other smartphones currently available. Remember, the key is USB mode! Check out the quick tips video by Brian from CNET:

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Update (06072009): Purplera1n for Mac OS X released, works the exact same way, scroll down for instructions on use!

purplera1n-jailbreak-iphone-3gsSo far the iPhone Dev Team have been reluctant to release their jailbreak and unlock tool for the iPhone 3GS. Though the Dev Team says this is possible, they feel that iPhone OS firmware 3.1 which may soon be released will cause a rapid repeat of their cat and mouse game with Apple. So where is this non-Dev Team jailbreak method coming from? George or GeoHot says the following…

Normally I don’t make tools for the general public, and rather wait for the dev team to do it. But guys, whats up with waiting until 3.1? That isn’t how the game is played. We release, Apple fixes, we find new holes. It isn’t worth waiting because you might have the “last” hole in the iPhone. What last hole…this isn’t golf. I’ll find a new one next week.

Though George did say the above, its important to note

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