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How To Jailbreak iOS6 (You Know You Want To)

iPhone and iPad

How To Jailbreak iOS6 (You Know You Want To)

iOS owners who ran out and grabbed themselves a shiny new iPhone 5 have been waiting for the day when they can jailbreak their precious device. Previous device owners who updated to iOS assuming a jailbreak would come quickly have been stuck in limbo, patiently waiting for the diligent community of iOS hackers to come through with a jailbreak. And wait they did. And just when they thought they wouldn’t have to wait anymore, they continued to wait.

Dave LeClair March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
How To Jailbreak iOS6 (You Know You Want To)
Pocketbooth Puts A Vintage Photobooth In Your Pocket [iPhone]

iPhone and iPad

Pocketbooth Puts A Vintage Photobooth In Your Pocket [iPhone]

Photobooths may be hard to find, but you can now actually carry one around in your pocket, in the form of a iPhone app. It’s appropriately called Pocketbooth ($.99), and it really does replicate the vintage style, spontaneity, and instant feedback of analog booths.

Bakari Chavanu March 2, 2013 02-03-2013
Pocketbooth Puts A Vintage Photobooth In Your Pocket [iPhone]
The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Plain Sight

Windows

The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Plain Sight

While many parts of Windows 8 are debatable (maybe Modern is the future; maybe it’s not), one element of Windows 8 that has undergone a massive overhaul and made it unequivocally more awesome is the humble Task Manager – that modest window that helps you bail out of trouble whenever you hit Ctrl+Shift+Esc.

Erez Zukerman March 1, 2013 01-03-2013
The Windows 8 Task Manager: A Gem Hidden In Plain Sight
10 Windows Annoyances You Could Rid Yourself Of Right Now

Windows

10 Windows Annoyances You Could Rid Yourself Of Right Now

We make do with Windows, but it isn’t perfect. In fact, Windows computers can be extremely annoying. They’re full of all sorts of annoying features that just get in our way and slow us down, distracting us from getting work done or doing whatever else we want to do. We’ll help you disable some of the most annoying little features in Windows. Many of these features exist for good reason and are useful to some people.

Chris Hoffman March 1, 2013 01-03-2013
10 Windows Annoyances You Could Rid Yourself Of Right Now
Two Great Interactive Stories For Kids (And More) [Android/iOS]

Android iPhone and iPad

Two Great Interactive Stories For Kids (And More) [Android/iOS]

If you’ve got kids and a penchant for technology, you’ve probably thought about getting a few interactive books for your kids to read. These days there are quite a few good choices available, so it’s worth taking a closer look at a couple more of the best books occasionally to help you find things you like.

Angela Randall March 1, 2013 01-03-2013
Two Great Interactive Stories For Kids (And More) [Android/iOS]
8 Places To Buy Comics Online, Whether You Like It On Paper Or Digital

Internet

8 Places To Buy Comics Online, Whether You Like It On Paper Or Digital

I am presuming here that you the reader are now an adult or at least in your late teens who is probably reading at least a Dan Brown or the latest bestseller on political philosophy. But has the love for a Tintin or the caped crusaders gone away? Nostalgia has a strange way of popping its head. Not only that – the love for comics turns many of us into serious collectors in adulthood when we have the cents and dollars to put into it.

Saikat Basu March 1, 2013 01-03-2013
8 Places To Buy Comics Online, Whether You Like It On Paper Or Digital
Has Gaming Innovation Stopped Completely? [Opinion]

Gaming

Has Gaming Innovation Stopped Completely? [Opinion]

The last major innovation to be seen in the world of gaming was the WiiMote motion controller, first available in 2006. It set the scene for the current generation, but has since been overshadowed by the technically superior Xbox Kinect. But 6 years on I have to ask – is that it? Are we done with innovation now?

James Bruce March 1, 2013 01-03-2013
Has Gaming Innovation Stopped Completely? [Opinion]
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