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Democracy and Idiocy

Declaring iOS jailbreak legal today made the entire web shout “Freedom, at last, kill the dictator!”. What everybody missed is that freedom from straps in a looping fighter jet is not necessarily a good thing, while the “dictator” might as … Continue reading

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What legal jailbreak means

Let’s summarize: “allow owners of used cell phones to break access controls on their phones in order to switch wireless carriers.” “no basis for copyright law to assist Apple in protecting its restrictive business model.” That’ll be mobile OSes “allow … Continue reading

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Jailbreak and unlock are becoming legal

This is no joke. “Owners of the iPhone will be able to break electronic locks on their devices in order to download applications that have not been approved by Apple. The government is making that legal under new rules announced … Continue reading

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Will it still fly?!

So, I’ve bought a fighter today; my wife and kids were bitching me for months to have our own military jet plane, so here I am standing by it in our garden. It costed premium, of course, but it looks … Continue reading

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#iPhone4 free bumper via app in AppStore

Excelllent execution; all guns blazing! Edited: The app is not a fast-app-switching enabled, though, which is kinda’ funny! :))

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Why isn’t Apple artificial shortage an option

How about this approach: Yesterday, 06:28 PM #10 irnchriz Registered User Join Date: Feb 2007 Posts: 460 Maybe they mistook Apple for Nintendo. Of course, this really is a stupid mistake to make, seeing as Nintendo ship technology from the … Continue reading

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Comments on Wired article #iPhone 4, #attfail

“Frankly, you’re descending into a gossip column. Nice details, I guess, but so what? You know what the ultimate truth is? Our wireless system stinks. The individual companies have been allowed to make us their serfs. We have poorer connectivity … Continue reading

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