Apr 18

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo “who offered accurate Apple information before, multiple times” published a new research note outlining his expectations for Apple’s fifth-generation iPad. Kuo predicts that Apple will adopt the same GF2 touch technology used in the iPad mini, enabling Apple to design a thinner display for the new full-size iPad and the device will be roughly 15% thinner and 25% lighter than the current full-size iPad. » iPad 5 To Be 15% Thinner & 25% Lighter Than Current iPad [rumor]

Apr 16

Atom is a new upcoming Cydia tweak for iOS that allows you to customize the lockscreen by choosing your 6 favorite apps to display on the lockscreen for quick access. The tweak should be available in Cydia this week. Check out after the break to see a video preview of Atom. » Atom: Upcoming Tweak For iOS [jailbreak]

Apr 16

Since Apple’s latest smart watch rumors over the past few months, a number of other companies such as Samsung and Google have also reportedly been working on their own projects involving watches and other wearable devices. Now The Wall Street Journal indicates that Microsoft is also exploring the possibility of a smart watch. » Microsoft Looking To Join the Smart Watch Race

Apr 16

If you ever played poker before, you may know how many variations and game types there are out there. The most common games are 7 Card Stud and Hold‘em, however, there are many more that people love to play. Each game has a unique set of rules and format but the basic principles remain the same. You will always want to form the best hand that you can while managing the risks and chances that you are taking, as well as the opponent(s) that you are facing. In this article, we will explain a few of these poker variants. Omaha Omaha High is probably the most popular of the unpopular poker games. » Poker Game Types

Apr 15

In the video after the break “Luke” takes a Darwinian look at the history of Apple’s acclaimed mobile phone. Check it out and see the history behind the iPhone and its biggest misses. » The Evolution Of The iPhone

Apr 14

Pebble, the e-paper smart watch that can be used in combination with iOS devices, now has an official public SDK available for iOS developers.

Your patience has been rewarded…you have a brand new Pebble Smartwatch in your hands. And, of course, now you want to make it do your bidding. This developer documentation will show you how to create your own functionality for a Pebble Smartwatch.

Right now, the SDK is limited to creating different watch faces and does not support the creation of standard apps, but the Pebble website says that a Sports SDK will be added soon, allowing developers to incorporate Runkeeper-style features. » Developers Get Access To Official Pebble Watchface SDK

Apr 13

In the video after the break you will see yesterday’s evad3rs Q&A from HITB conference in Amsterdam, where the team answers questions about jailbreaking and exploits. They also point out that there will be no jailbreak for iOS 6.1.3. Check out the video after the break or the 100-slide long presentation here.

» Evad3rs Q&A From HITB Conference In Amsterdam [jailbreak]

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