Tag Archives: ipod touch

Apple Beats iTunes With The Ugly Stick, Announces New iPods

September 9th, 2009


I am appalled at Apple and what they’ve done with iTunes 9. Sure, they’ve included some important functionality and all, like app management and a new interface for the iTunes store, but did they really need to make it so fricken ugly? I mean, just take a look at the thing: Fucked up gradients and […]

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Use OpenDNS On Your iPhone/iPod

August 9th, 2009


Recently, I had the idea of using OpenDNS on my iPod Touch. OpenDNS is “the leading provider of free security and infrastructure services that make the Internet safer through integrated Web content filtering, anti-phishing and DNS.” Basically, it makes the web safer and faster. I’ve been using OpenDNS for awhile, and I can attest to its […]

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Get iPhone OS 3.0 For Free

June 13th, 2009


Update: 3.0 is now live, but you still don’t need to shell out $10 for it. At the end of their WWDC keynote, Apple released the golden master of iPhone OS 3.0. This will be the final version unless some giant, unforeseen bug creeps out of the woodwork. It’s scheduled to be released June 17th. […]

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Jailbreak Your iPod Touch 2G With Redsn0w Beta

April 9th, 2009


Update: All of this is irrelevant, as the Dev Team have released the final, GUI version of Redsn0w. Get it here. I’ve been wanting to jailbreak my 2nd-gen iPod Touch for quite awhile now, patiently watching the activity of the Dev Team, who creates most of the jailbreaking software. Recently, they’ve released a beta version […]

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iPhone OS 3.0 Jailbroken, Apple Cracks Down

April 2nd, 2009


A day after Apple released the second beta of iPhone OS 3.0, the Dev Team announced that they had jailbroken it. They had already broken 3.0 on March 19th, but they waited to announce it because of “resource-related” issues. Along with the announcement came the usual list of caveats. They’ve updated QuickPwn to support the […]

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