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by on December 11th, 2010

Do you suffer from excess of remote controls spread all over your home? You’re not alone, there are millions who have at least 2-3 remote controls for all the different devices they own (Television, DVD player etc). What if there was only one remote control? And that too not exactly a remote control but a gadget that you always have in your pocket. Yes, with UnityRemote app from Gear4, you can now control your TV and almost all other gadget that this app supports with your iPhone or iPod touch!

by on December 10th, 2010

If this is going to be the UI of the next iPhone (5?) then it definitely is something that resembles a lot to Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 UI. Not that it’s bad to get inspiration from a great UI design but just that to file a patent in your name claiming it to be your own design is something that is not so peculiar to Apple but yet this latest patent filed by Apple detailing a new UI design for it’s next generation of iDevices (iPhone, iPod touch and iPad) is a testament that WP7’s UI is awesome!

by on December 10th, 2010

Want to watch Vimeo or maybe Dailmotion and Hulu among a couple of others on your iPhone but when you log on to these websites all you see is a big blank box instead of the video or maybe just a thumbnail and then Apple forces you to believe that Flash is gone, it’s history. Well guess what, someone somewhere came up with this quick hack that lets you watch Flash videos on these and a couple of other websites right inside your Mobile Safari in iPhone (3G/3Gs and 4).

by on December 9th, 2010


What if your notebook or desktop does not has a webcam? How about using your iPhone 4 (or iPhone 3Gs/3G for that matter) as a wireless HD webcam? There’s an awesome App on the App Store that lets you do exactly that.

by on December 7th, 2010


How about saving a few watts of energy that it takes to recharge your iPhone battery? Imagine these few watts of energy multiplied by the millions and millions of iPhones out there in the market, that’s a lot of energy saving we’re talking about. Maybe we could light up a remote African village with all that energy we saved? Who knows.

by on December 6th, 2010

Even if you are not a big fan of gaming on the iPhone/iPod touch or iPad, you are still going to find racing games pretty amusing. Remember the old Motocross on Windows? It has come back to amuse us once more albeit a different form and share: The FMX Riders. It will cost you around $5 but today they’re giving it for free, just today. For those who don’t want to read on and just download, here’s the App Store link for downloading FMX Rider.

by on December 5th, 2010

With the new iOS 4.2.1 you can now print directly from your iPhone to a select few printers. Evenimage though it comes in very handy when you want to just click a ‘Print’ button and it connects to your Printer and prints. This feature has been limited to a very few printers and there are good chances that the printer you have did not make that list. Does that mean you cannot print directly from your iPhone? With this new App this problem is now solved!

by on October 6th, 2010

Managing Music, Movies and files on your iPhone could be a problem if you are on the move and don’t have the machine on which you have iTunes installed. There are also features you would like iTunes to include but it does not have them. This is where a client software that can be easily installed on a Windows machine comes in: iPhone Magic is the perfect match of file manager for your iPhone as well as a back up tool which makes sure you do not lose a bit of data from your iPhone.

by on August 31st, 2010

Hotmail has announced the support of Push notifications for it’s Mail, Calendar and Contacts for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad with the support of Exchange ActiveSync. With the support of Exchange ActiveSync, you can now keep your emails, contacts and calendar items updates which means anytime you check, delete or send out a new email, it will be synced with the web version of hotmail in no time. Previously, you had to access the web version of hotmail and syncing it just like you do with your Gmail on iPhone/iPad was not possible.

by on August 12th, 2010

Apple has just released iOS 4.0.2 update for iPhone which patches the PDF exploit that was used by for jailbreaking iPhone 4. It’s been said that there is absolutely nothing new added in this minor iOS update other then the patch for the exploit. The update is simple and all you need to do is connect your iPhone to iTunes and wait for the popup (or click here to download iOS 4.0.2 directly).

by on August 2nd, 2010

Comex et al (meaning Comex and the rest of the group) have finally released JailbreakMe which has to be the easiest way to jailbreak your new iPhone 4 running iOS 4 or iOS 4.0.1 update. Just like Blackra1n, all you have to do is slide (complete procedure below) and you jailbreak your iPhone 4.

by on July 15th, 2010

As predicted, Apple has just released the iOS (formerly known as iPhone firmware) update 4.1 This update comes amid the concerns from Consumer Rights group regarding the iPhone 4 reception issues which were confirmed by the report from Comsumer Rights group. The update iOS 4.1 is released for:

by on July 13th, 2010

George Hotz, the famous guy behind the iPhone jailbreak and unlock solutions started off as Blackra1n has now shut down the blog on which he posted his iPhone jailbreak and unlock tutorials and his views on the alternative solutions. The blog is hosted on Blogger. Upon visiting the blog, you are now requested to log in with your Google ID so that it may check whether you are an authorized viewer of the blog.

by on July 11th, 2010

Hulu Plus that was recently released by Hulu for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad was the only way to stream Hulu content (classic and new TV series) on your iPhone/iPod touch/iPad but the problem is its cost. Hulu Plus is expensive and even more for premium Hulu content for which you have to pay monthly subscription fee of $9.99. This problem will be solved very soon when PlayOn releases it’s app for iPhone and iPad.

by on July 11th, 2010


Just last week, iTunes hack made top of the technology news when a Vietnamese app developer scooped (reportedly) 400 iTunes accounts to buy his own apps and bring them in the top 50 paid apps list in the ‘Books’ category. This time it’s a Chinese app developer who has managed to bring his app in the top paid app list in the ‘Travel’ category.