Member of evad3rs “pod2g“, announced on Twitter that the evad3rs team is not working on an iOS 6.1.3 jailbreak. “we are not working on a 6.1.3 jailbreak, that would be too much efforts for a minimal update. We’re waiting for a major release.” This means that we have to wait till iOS 6.2 “if Apple will release such an update” or iOS 7. » No Jailbreak For iOS 6.1.3
In 1993 Apogee released Duke Nukem II. Its explosive action made it an instant side-scrolling classic. 20 years later, Interceptor Entertainment and 3DRealms have teamed up to bring Duke Nukem II back. Duke Nukem II for iOS lets you experience this 90′s classic all over again on the most popular gaming platform in the world! » Classic Action Game “Duke Nukem 2″ Hits The App Store
Steve Wozniak, Apple Co-founder, speaks at Florida International University’s Hearst Lecture Series in the School of Journalism & Mass Communication. Check out the video after the break. » Steve Wozniak On The Future Of Apps & Siri [video]
As most of you know, Apple’s latest iOS update “iOS 6.1.3″ addresses the security holes used by the evasi0n jailbreak tool and made it impossible to jailbreak your iDevice running iOS 6.1.3. But it appears that p0sixninja has discovered some new vulnerabilities and tweeted “Well, so far it looks like the next jailbreak might be created entirely by me”. » P0sixninja: New iOS Exploits Found For Next Jailbreak
Facebook has invited members of the press to an Android-related event on April 4, and TechCrunch reports that the event will likely see the debut of the long-rumored Facebook phone. Techcrunch also reports that the phone would be an HTC handset running a Facebook-modified version of Android. » Facebook Invited Press To April 4 Event To Announce Rumored Facebook Phone?
Shanghai Daily reports that Apple is facing a lawsuit in China over Siri, with Shanghai Zhi Zhen Internet Technology Co Ltd claiming that Siri infringes upon its patent rights.
The Shanghai No.1 Intermediate People’s Court will hold a pre-hearing at 2pm today to let Apple and Shanghai Zhi Zhen Internet Technology Co Ltd exchange evidence. [...]
“Siri is very similar to Xiaoi, a chat robot system we have been developing since 2003,” said Mei Li, a spokeswoman of Shanghai Zhi Zhen which filed the lawsuit.
Mei said her company applied for patent rights for Xiaoi in 2004 in China and the patent right went into effect in 2006.
Xiaoi “which started as a chat bot for MSN” has evolved to look quite similar to Siri, is available on multiple platforms such as Android and iOS [App Store] and has over 100 million users. » Apple Faces Patent Lawsuit In China Over Siri