Posted On Thursday, December 15, 2011 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, for-iphone-via-web-app, ports-possible, privacy-policy, redmond-pie-, redmondpie, site-meter
Siri modding and porting has been aplenty over the course of the last two months , with modders , developers and spectators collectively keeping a watchful eye on Apple’s voice-recognition technology. The release of some ports for devices aside from the iPhone 4S - the only legitimate and official Siri handler – have been made a tad trickier due to some Siri files not legally allowed to be cloned and released. The latest iteration of iOS 5.0.1 , a re-release for the benefit of iPhone 4S users experiencing below-par battery retention, may have just provided a solution to that limitation, though
Posted On Thursday, December 15, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: advertise, android apps, apple, ben-reid, facebook, for-iphone-via-web-app, home, newly-released, redmond-pie-, redmondpie, site-meter, social networks, timeline, web
A lot has happened in the fast-moving world of technology since Facebook announced a major upgrade to its social networking site at the f8 keynote . Such events don’t, however, downplay the significance of the implementations, designed to fend off advances by Google+ as well as maintain the company’s position as the most frequented communication hub on the Web
Posted On Thursday, December 15, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, available, ben-reid, copyright, facebook, for-iphone-via-web-app, ios, ios 5.0.1, iphone, marketing, ports-possible, redmondpie, site-meter, tablet-apple
Apple has re-released iOS 5.0.1 (Build 9A406) specifically for its new-ish smartphone, the iPhone 4S. The device, seen by many as a modest touch-up from the preceding iPhone 4, has been dogged with battery issues from the get-go, with many consumers claiming 10% depletion per hour of the A5-powered device. The fruit company isn’t unfamiliar with post-release issues of its smartphone range; after all, the iPhone 4 gained worldwide notoriety last year when antenna-related issues saw the Cupertino-based company issue free bumpers to consumers in a rather embarrassed attempt to paper over the preparation oversights.
Posted On Thursday, December 15, 2011 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: android, copyright, edward-marquez, facebook, firmware-update, for-iphone-via-web-app, galaxy tab, home, marketing, privacy-policy, redmondpie, samsung, samsung-starts
Yesterday we covered how the lawsuits between Apple and Samsung may have fueled sales for the new Galaxy Tab in Australia. Now, it looks like Samsung is putting money where their mouth is and making it a marketing campaign. Martin Aungle, an Australian corporate and marketing communications professional, sent out a tweet to Samsung followers that pictured an ad showing the tablet and the words, “the tablet Apple tried to stop” The ad appeared on a page from the Australian’s Sun Herald but we’re unsure if it was placed anywhere else.
Posted On Thursday, December 15, 2011 By temp. Under iPhone Apps, RedMondPie Tags: advertise, android, apple, copyright, facebook, firmware-update, for-iphone-via-web-app, jailbreak, marketing, newly-released, redmond-pie-, samsung-starts, site-meter, tablet-apple
Jailbreak tweaks and apps fall into two different categories – there are some that are designed to make our lives easier by removing obstacles that Apple has placed in our way, and there are those that add increased functionality that, for some reason, Apple has deemed unnecessary. Well, actually, there are three categories for jailbreak tweaks and apps for fall into, with the third encompassing both categories listed above.
Posted On Thursday, December 15, 2011 By temp. Under RedMondPie Tags: copyright, edward-marquez, facebook, for-iphone-via-web-app, grand theft auto, newly-released, redmondpie, rockstar, samsung-starts, site-meter
You’re probably already well aware of what Grand Theft Auto III: 10th Anniversary Edition is, especially considering we only told you about the iOS version earlier into the day. Even though owners of iPhones, iPads and even iPod touches have been playing the game for a while already, those affiliated with Android can now also play along after the game went live on the Android Market. The mobile releases of the game coincide with the tenth anniversary of GTA3′s original release back in 2001, a time when playing these kinds of games on a home console was impressive
Coding And Testing For iOS 5.0.1 Untethered Jailbreak On iPhone 4/3GS, iPod touch 3G/4G And iPad 1 Is Complete
Posted On Thursday, December 15, 2011 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: advertise, edward-marquez, for-iphone-via-web-app, ios 5, jailbreak, jailbreak ios 5, newly-released, ports-possible, redmond-pie-, site-meter, untethered jailbreak
Jailbreaking enthusiasts have been waiting anxiously for an untethered jailbreak for iOS 5/5.0.1 and they will be happy to know that it is now closer to release. Details after the jump! The news comes straight from the official blog of eminent iOS hacker and discoverer of exploits pod2g in the form of a short post in which he discusses the state of his untethered jailbreak for iOS 5 and iOS 5.0.1. According to his latest post, the coding and testing for the latest iOS devices (save for, sadly, the iPhone 4S, iPad 2 and iPhone 4 CDMA) is complete.