Posted On Saturday, December 24, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie, TUAW Tags: advertise, android, android-free, cream-sandwich, galaxy nexus, mac, mac apps, paul-morris, redmondpie, site-meter, tutorial, waisybabu
You read the title, and you think we are going mad. It only seems like yesterday that we were hooking up the Commodore Amiga looking forward to playing a game of Cannon Fodder, or enjoying the fun and frolics that the little blue hedgehog Sonic brought to us via the Sega Megadrive
Posted On Saturday, December 24, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: advertise, android, android apps, android-free, cream-sandwich, get-one-free-today-only, holiday, holiday-period, home, paul-morris, redmondpie, site-meter, waisybabu
Camera360 Ultimate unsurprisingly lives in the photography section of the Android Market and bills itself as the most famous and perfect camera application allowing you to take more amazing, funny and interesting photographs. So, are the claims of perfection founded or just an attempt by the developer to stand out in a crowded market place? Camera360 Ultimate is developed by PinGuo Inc., and from first glance looks like a well put together, professional application
Posted On Saturday, December 24, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, android-free, cream-sandwich, flash-android, google, home, ics, morris-root, root android 4.0.2, site-meter, tutorial
Eminent Android developer and hacker Chainfire recently released his CF-Root tool for the Galaxy Nexus that roots the device on Android 4.0.2 Ice Cream Sandwich, and we’ve got the step-by-step guide ready after the jump! News of the root tool comes straight from XDA Developers – a popular forum for Android enthusiasts, developers and hackers – in the form of an official thread from developer Chainfire in which he discusses his tool and how enthusiasts like you can use to root their device. From XDA: This rooted kernel is for the "rooting beginners" and those who want to keep as close to stock as possible
Posted On Saturday, December 24, 2011 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, RedMondPie Tags: advertise, air dictate, android-free, cream-sandwich, flash-android, holiday, home, iphone, iphone apps, paul-morris, privacy-policy, racing, redmond-pie-, redmondpie
Voice recognition tool Siri is extremely good at what it does. Since landing along with iOS 5 and the iPhone 4S back in October, it has been a focal point of the tech sphere on a daily basis.
Posted On Saturday, December 24, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: advertise, android-free, flash-android, galaxy nexus, home, ipad, iphone, iphone ipad, redmond-pie-, redmondpie, shsh blobs, site-meter
On the rare occasion that I go into Cydia these days, I very rarely check the top of the main page to see which SHSH that Saurik’s server has cached for me. At one point it was the first port of call and was almost second nature, having a quick glance to see if any new signatures had been saved on my behalf. Thanks to a tweet from @Brendon800 who informs us that it looks as though Saurik is caching SHSH blobs for 5.0.1.
Posted On Saturday, December 24, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: android-free, holiday-period, home, iphone, redmond-pie-, tutorial, windows phone 7, windows phone 7 series, windows phones
Unlocking Windows-based smartphones has never been that much of a palava when compared to the increasingly limited methods available for those using Apple’s iPhone, for example. The Developer unlock is $99, and for most – aside from those with a keen interest in developing for Microsoft’s mobile operating system – it is just too expensive an option.