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Exclusive: iOS 5b2 to reveal qTweeter like technology?

Developer debugger at Apple, Jake Behrens, known as @withfoam, on Twitter just tweeted “Hi. This is a tweet.” using iOS 5’s Twitter capabilities. You may think, okay? But this was not using a link. Currently, in iOS 5b1, you can only tweet with a picture or a link to a webpage. Which gives us reason to believe, iOS 5 will have some qTweeter type technology. That would be pretty awesome, considering qTweeter is like a haven to people who like tweeting alot. (Personally, give us free tethering, and I won’t jailbreak anymore!) So, what else would you want to see for the final release of iOS 5? Comments!

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Posted by on June 21, 2011 in News, Technology - Apple



MW3 Reveal Trailer revealed, looks awesome

Because we here are SO excited at OTS about MW3 coming out in November, here is the trailer below! WATCH IT!

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Posted by on June 10, 2011 in News, Video Games


Postagram comes to Android, ships postcards for 99 cents

(photo via AndroidCentral)

The popular iOS app, Postagram (not to get confused with Instagram) has now hit the Android Market! This application, created by Sincerely Inc., sends and ships postcards anywhere in the world.

Some features the app has:

  • Photos are printed on thick, glossy postcards at 300dpi resolution
  • Delivery to anywhere in the world is 99 cents
  • U.S. delivery takes 2-5 business days
  • International delivery takes ‘a bit longer’
  • Offers an optional 140 character message
  • Photos may be selected from the Gallery, the Facebook app or you can take one with the Postagram app itself
  • If your post card gets lost in the mail, Postagram will send another free or refund your money

Here is the QR link for you Android users, to download!

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Posted by on June 10, 2011 in News, Technology - Android


Untethered iOS 4.3.1 jailbreak released (4/3/11)

On April 3, 2011 the iPhone DevTeam released their iOS 4.3.1 exploit via the latest redsn0w and PwnageTool updates. More info on our Apple Dev Seed page and JailbreakZone!

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(Update – Apple Dev Seed page updated to accomodate your jailbreaking needs! Click the above link for more! -B)

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Posted by on April 8, 2011 in Jailbreak, News, Technology - Apple


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Google developing app that can take a picture of your face, pull up your profile! – Mashable

(via Mashable) Google is working on a facial recognition mobile app that would allow users to snap a picture of a friend or new acquaintance — and then access his or her Google Profile contact information, according to multiple reports.

The as-yet-unnamed app is capable of grabbing a Google Profile user’s name, email address and phone number. The technology is also capable of accessing Twitter, Facebook, Flickr or other online photos and data.

Naturally, Google has to wrestle with the privacy implications. How do you harness the power of this technology while still allowing individuals to maintain some semblance of anonymity?

Right now, Google is working on an opt-in model. Google Profile users have to elect to participate, and they must explicitly give Google permission to use their profile data and picture. If they don’t, the photo app won’t recognize them.

Googler Hartmut Neven is in charge of the company’s image-recognition applications; his company, Neven Vision, was acquired by Google in 2006. He told CNN that people are right to be wary about this kind of technology.

“In particular, people will become worried and say, ‘Oh my God. Imagine this guy takes a picture of me in a bar, and then he knows my address just because somewhere on the Web there is an association of my address with my photo,’”.

“That’s a scary thought. So I think there is merit in finding a good route that makes the power of this technology available in a good way.”

The app makes use of Neven’s facial recognition technology, which is already being used in Picasa, Google’s photo-sharing application. And similar object-recognition technologies developed by Neven at his previous company are being used in Google Goggles.

Google’s balancing of high technology and human privacy has come under fire in recent months. Last fall, the company had to settle a privacy-related lawsuit when its social product, Google Buzz, shared personal data without user consent. And the company was subject to international scrutiny over Street View privacy violations; these issues came to a head when the FCC opened an investigation into the matter last November.

We’ll have to wait to see if Google can skirt privacy violations while still rolling out really interesting apps like this one. What’s your opinion on this app?

Info taken from Mashable

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Posted by on April 5, 2011 in Blog, News


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New iPod nano to have camera – With same body?

Blogs 9to5mac and are “reporting” the 7th generation iPod nano may have a camera while maintaining it’s current body structure. The site got sent the above photo a few days ago. 9to5mac reports it being “relatively accurate in the past“. Updates surely to follow. Check back for more.

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Posted by on April 2, 2011 in News, Technology - Apple


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Mac OS X Lion 10.7b2 Released to Developers

On March 30th, Apple seeded the 2nd “preview” of Mac OS X Lion to their developers. This preview only brings an update to iCal (reported by MacRumors and other blogs).
REMEMBER: This is a BETA/PREVIEW version of the OS, so if something goes wrong, we are NOT responsible.

You can download the .dmg file HERE courtesy of iMZDL.
Filesize: 3.53GB
A note from JailbreakZone: If the direct link fails, then just use the torrent. Should be faster anyway.

(Shoutout to MacRumors, JailbreakZone, iModZone, and many more!)

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Posted by on April 1, 2011 in News, Technology - Apple


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