For those of you, who have not got the iPad yet but already own an iPhone or iPod touch, here’s how you could emulate the iPad and make your iPod touch or iPhone feel the same.
To do this, you MUST have a jailbroken iPhone. Just follow the below mentioned steps and in no time at all, your iPhone would feel like an iPad.
Hackintoshing is a process by which you could run Mac OS X on a PC. In simple words, Hackintoshing your PC allows you to run Mac OS X on your computer. A risky process, but indeed a fruitful one. A major issue with Hackintoshing is that, it cannot be done on just about any PC, your PC needs to have an OSX86 architecture for hackintoshing to work.
Boing Boing has put up a great list which gives you detailed information about which PC’s could be hacked and which can’t. Netbooks are quite prone to hackintoshing and the Dell Mini 10v is the unrivaled king in this process. Today, I am going to show you the easiest way to hackintosh your Dell Mini 10v using Windows. There are thousands of guides on the internet which help you achieve this task but I got a lot of errors while doing it. Here is one method by which you could reach your goal.
Adobe has put up a new banner advertisement on The New York Times and some other websites in response to Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs thoughts on their Flash.
Mmm! The battle is now warming up.
The Ads are developed on Flash (OfCourse) and this is Adobe’s aggressive and fierce response to Apple and their closed system (as Adobe says). Mr. Jobs posted a memo on Apple’s website through which he explained to consumers and critics why Apple does not allow Flash on their devices.
Shortly after which, Adobe’s CEO Shantanu Narayen, responded back in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. Tit for Tat. But now, it appears Adobe is one point ahead as it’s founders have posted their thoughts on Open Choice and Open Systems. Chuck Geschke and John Warnock, Adobe’s founders, stamped their letter titled “Our Thoughts on Open Market”. Here’s what it has to say :
Apple is back with a new TV Ad promoting their magical device, the iPad.
According to a recent poll conducted by TheAppleGoogle, users seem to love the Google Mobile App for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Google’s Mobile Team is constantly working on the App and is fixing bugs and improving the performance.
Today, Google updated its Mobile App for iPhone to version 0.5.2.3728. A complicated version number though, but Google loves it. The current version fixes the following issues –
1. Fixes Rotation in the Apps Tab
2. Fixes audio contamination issues for both iPhone and iPad.
3. Changes more button to be a popover for iPad.
According to an updated support document listed on Apple’s website, it appears that Apple is about to release a new software update for the iPad which would fix Wi-Fi issues which some users are facing.
Few months back, a storm of users complained about Wi-Fi issues that they were facing with their elegant new device. Apple did respond and released a support document on their website instructing users on how to solve them. Here’s what the updated support document says –
“A very small number of iPad users have experienced issues with Wi-Fi connectivity. This article outlines workarounds for these issues. Apple will also address remaining Wi-Fi connectivity issues with a future iPad software update.”