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Update BlackBerry Messenger

Update BlackBerry Messenger "

BlackBerry Messenger app otherwise popularly known as BBM a one-of-its-kind app that allows users to chat with other BlackBerry users, effortlessly, on the go.

Graduating the app version with time and as it has been its regular practice, Research in Motion released an update to BlackBerry Messenger app pushing the app version to as a final release.

Research in Motion did not originally specify any change log or explicitly mention about what's new in the update, but it is obvious that software updates usually refine application performance and fix bugs.


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VidaOne Diet and Fitness 3.8.1

VidaOne Diet and Fitness 3.8.1: "
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VidaOne Diet & Fitness is the premier Windows application to track all aspects of your diet, fitness and health, in a contemporary and easy-to-user user interface. It includes hundreds of features, such as comprehensive data entry that allows you to create your own data fields if needed, connectivity with popular heart rate monitors, synchronization with iPhone (and iPod Touch) Windows Mobile and Palm OS phones and PDAs, excellent charting capabilities, multiple profiles (such as patients, family members, etc), detailed user guide (PDF format)."

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Best Buy Connect 4G

Best Buy Connect 4G: "

Best Buy Connect launches 4G mobile broadband service via Clearwire.Best Buy Connect takes the 4G leap and now stocking over 20 WiMAX products.4G mobile broadband connectivity delivers high-speed internet on-the-go on more than 20 computing devices sold at Best Buy……..

Best Buy Connect, Best Buy’s mobile broadband service for computing announced the arrival of 4G mobile broadband connectivity service on an expanded selection of computing devices sold at Best Buy stores nationally. The 4G service provides consumers with high-speed internet access on-the-go, with service activation, billing, hardware and connection support from Best Buy.“We’re finding that customers increasingly want choice in service providers for mobile broadband,” said Jed Stillman, vice president of Best Buy Connect. “Best Buy Connect is an end-to-end option that gives them the freedom to connect virtually, whenever or wherever, and the convenience of one point of contact – Best Buy – for selection and service.”The 4G service offering is available through a strategic wholesale relationship with Clearwire, a leading provider of wireless broadband services and operator of the first 4G network in the country. Best Buy Connect 4G can be purchased as mobile broadband option on 23 computing models from Asus, Dell, HP, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba at most Best Buy stores across the U.S.

“Best Buy Connect, supported by Clearwire’s 4G network, showcases Best Buy’s leadership in today’s truly connected world,” said Teresa Elder, president of strategic partnerships and wholesale for Clearwire. “Best Buy is at the forefront of a growing number of businesses that recognize the value a true mobile broadband experience can deliver to their customers. Clearwire’s 4G mobile broadband network is uniquely positioned to serve the diverse demands of multiple industries today with a spectrum position capable of scaling for the demands of tomorrow.”Initially, Best Buy Connect will offer unlimited 4G service for $45 per month with a month-to-month or two-year contract. With the purchase of a two-year contract, customers can waive the $35 activation fee and receive up to an additional $150 off select hardware devices.Best Buy Connect launched in July 2010 to provide customers another option in mobile broadband services with service activation, billing, hardware and connection support delivered by Best Buy. The Best Buy-owned and branded service differs from traditional mobile broadband offerings by addressing some of the irritations people face in mobile networking, giving consumers more flexibility, freedom, convenience and support with one-stop shopping and selection, a trusted human connection and customer rewards through the Best Buy Reward Zone loyalty program.

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Google tightening control of Android, insisting licensees abide by 'non-fragmentation clauses'?

Google tightening control of Android, insisting licensees abide by 'non-fragmentation clauses'?: "A storm seems to be brewing over the realm of Android development. Bloomberg's Businessweek spies have received word from 'a dozen executives working at key companies in the Android ecosystem' that Google is actively working to gain control and final say over customizations of its popular mobile OS. That might not sound unreasonable, and indeed Google's public position on the matter is that it's seeking to stabilize the platform and ensure quality control, but it does mark a major shift from where Android started -- an open source OS that was also open to manufacturers and carriers to customize as they wish. Not so anymore, we're told, as apparently Mountain View is now demanding that content partnerships and OS tweaks get the blessing of Andy Rubin before proceeding. The alternative, of course, is to not be inside Google's warm and fuzzy early access program, but then, as evidenced by the company recently withholding the Honeycomb source code, you end up far behind those among your competitors who do dance to Google's pipe.

Things have gotten so heated, in fact, that complaints have apparently been made to the US Department of Justice. They may have something to do with allegations of Google holding back Verizon handsets with Microsoft's Bing on board, ostensibly in an effort to trip up its biggest search competitor. Another major dissatisfaction expressed by those working with Android code is that Google needs an advance preview of what is being done in order to give it the green light -- which, as noted by a pair of sources familiar with Facebook's Android customization efforts, isn't sitting well with people at all. Google and Facebook are direct competitors in the online space and it's easily apparent how much one stands to gain from knowing the other's plans early. As to the non-fragmentation clauses in licenses, Andy Rubin has pointed out those have been there from the start, but it's only now that Google is really seeking to use them to establish control. The future of Android, therefore, looks to be a little less open and a little more Googlish -- for better or worse. As Nokia's Stephen Elop puts it:

'The premise of a true open software platform may be where Android started, but it's not where Android is going.'

Google tightening control of Android, insisting licensees abide by 'non-fragmentation clauses'? originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 31 Mar 2011 05:12:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Forget swapping headphones: MyStream lets you share music wirelessly

Forget swapping headphones: MyStream lets you share music wirelessly: "

Have you ever sat next to a friend on the train and wanted to listen to the music he or she was listening to, only to be forced to uncomfortably share headphones? MyStream, which is launching its free iPhone app today, wants to change this by allowing you to share your music wirelessly with friends.

MyStream allows you to see what other people in the same wireless or Bluetooth network are listening to. It lets you listen in on the songs other MyStream users are listening to, or 30 second clips from other songs on playlists they’ve created.

Says Richard Zelson, founder of MyStream, “Imagine immediately being able to listen to a song stored on a friend’s iPhone at the same time as them without needing to share their headphones or be tethered to them using a splitter.”

Richard Zelson came up with the idea when he was traveling in Europe and wanted to listen to his friends’ songs on the train. After being frustrated that the only way to do this was to share headphones, he set out to find a solution.

All audio is streamed via an iPhone’s WiFi or Bluetooth wireless technology, so the application works whether on a bus or plane and doesn’t require a connection to the Internet. When the application is being used it is public to anyone in the wireless network, and more than one person can listen in on the music. According to Richard, when the application is running there is an additional 20% battery drain on the phone.

With regards to potential copyright law violations, the company believes it has a low level of liability. The application does not enable any music sharing that is not already possible through portable speakers or an audio splitter.

MyStream’s business model is based around revenue from 5% commissions it receives from songs sold through the application, advertising from the bar on the app, and in the future, potentially from money it will charge for the app.

MyStream was founded in June 2010 by Richard Zelson, who is a first time entrepreneur. The company, which currently has five employees, has raised $800,000 in funding, $300,000 of which came from friends and family and $500,000 of which came from the founder of Blue Water Capital.

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Download iBooty 2.2 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

Download iBooty 2.2 for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad: "

iH8sn0w has updated his iBooty tool to v2.2 with some minor bug fixes. iBooty is a tethered booting tool to enable booting into your iDevice everytime you shut it down and it comes packaged with the latest sn0wbreeze 2.4. Only iPhone 3GS (Old Bootrom) users do not need to use iBooty as they can jailbreak their iPhone on iOS 4.3 untethered using Sn0wbreeze 2.3.

This all in one iBooty 2.2 contains the necessary files to put all your current iDevices except iPad 1 (sn0wbreeze 2.3b4 is not accepting iPad 4.3 firmware) into tethered boot mode.

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DiskAid 4.62 - Use your iPhone or iPod touch as external Disk+. (Shareware)

DiskAid 4.62 - Use your iPhone or iPod touch as external Disk+. (Shareware): "

DiskAid transfers Files to iPhone, iPod Touch & iPad, transfers Contacts, Notes, Call History, Text Messages (SMS), voicemail & Voice Memos to Mac and allows the use of the iPhone as USB Drive

With DiskAid you can transfer files and folders betwen your iPhone or iPod Touch and your Computer and view them on the go using FileApp free files browser

  • Automatically discovers any File Sharing compatible app
  • Auto detection feature, just plugin it in !
  • Copy Files & Folders betwen your iPhone or iPod Touch and your Computer
  • Transfer Text Messages (SMS) from iPhone to Computer
  • Files & Folders Browser
  • Drag & Drop
  • Features rich file organization including folder creation, renaming... etc.
  • No jailbreak needed for media access
  • Supported firmware versions: 3.0 to 3.2, iOS 4.0 and up
  • Works with iPad, iPhone and iPod touch

One DiskAid license is good for 3 simultaneous installs, for Mac or Windows machines, which is convenient if you have a Mac at home and a PC at the office.

Version 4.62:
  • New in this Version:
    • Access Contacts, Notes, Call History, Text Messages, Voicemail and Voice Memos
  • Interface improvements
    • Show or hide hidden files
  • Bug Fixes
    • DiskAid running unregistered after the Update 4.6

  • Mac OS X 10.5 or later
  • iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 3.1 or later, iPad running iOS 3.2 or later

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Untethered Jailbreak For iOS 4.3.1 In Beta Testing, Coming Soon

Untethered Jailbreak For iOS 4.3.1 In Beta Testing, Coming Soon: "

Stefan Esser, iPhone hacking expert has already published a YouTube video, which shows an untethered iOS 4.3.1 jailbreak running on his iPod Touch 4G. And now iPhone Dev Team is testing the untethered jailbreak for iOS 4.3 / 4.3.1. Once they finish their beta testing, they will release it. Though the exploit was developed and showcased by Stefan to untethered jailbreak iOS 4.3 but he handed it over to iPhone Dev Team’s Musclenerd.

Here’s what he has tweeted.

From his tweet:

The iphone-dev-team is already beta-testing the untether. So it is up to them to give you your tool of choice.

Please don’t bother the dev-team now. The deal is: if the beta test is successfull, they are free to do whatever they want with it.

The exploit is now under beta testing by Dev Team and it is pretty much expected that they will release Redsn0w updated version to untether idevices on iOS 4.3.x. The exploit does not support iPad 2 jailbreak.

Stefan Esser has provided more details about his untethered jailbreak solution:

Meanwhile everyone should have noticed that my prediction became true and Apple released iOS 4.3.1 in order to fix the PWN2OWN vulnerability in Safari.

It was very unlikely that Apple also fixed the kernel vulnerability I used for my untether exploit. Mainly because the kernelcache binary is about 8-10 MB in size and the likelihood that Apple finds the same vulnerability in that short amount of time was very low.

However you never know until you try it. So this morning when I woke up and saw that Sn0wbreeze 2.4 beta was released I thought it would be fun to create a new video.

Unfortunately Sn0wbreeze does not work with my iPad 1 and so I had to test with my iPod 4G.

So I just used Sn0wbreeze to do a tethered jailbreak of my iPod 4G and then I manually installed the untether exploit with SSH.

In the video you can see how I switch off the iPod, then restart it, show the version, show that it is untethered and has the multitasking gestures, i show that you can buy ringtones and then I show cydia and the ninja jump game from last time.

Because several people misunderstood me in the past:

a. I repeatedly stated that I will not release a jailbreak tool – I will only give out the untether. I did not try yet, but if it is feasible the untether could be a cydia package.

b. While the vulnerability I use is in the iPad 2 kernel my untether will NOT SUPPORT the iPad 2, because there is no way to install it there (bootrom exploits fixed). – however Comex is working on that part.

c. I am not giving out any ETA again, because the Jailbreak community is simply nuts. Last time I gave an ETA and even before that had passed I got constantly insulted by people that were demanding an immediate release. Sorry guys the more you insult people with the knowledge to actually do what YOU WANT the less motivation there is to use our free time to give it to you.

d. The only reason why I did not finish the untether before the ETA was due to unexpected work overload in my real job. It had nothing todo with the untether being too hard or unreal.

e. I don’t know why the dev team has not released a redsn0w that does tethered jailbreak for 4.3.1 – I would prefer that to be available, cause sn0wbreeze obviously does not work 100% yet.

f. If you want to learn more about iPhone kernel hacking/exploitation you should come to SyScan Singapore at the end of April.


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BiteSMS 5.2 Released With iOS 4.3 Support

BiteSMS 5.2 Released With iOS 4.3 Support: "

BiteSMS, the killer application of the jailbreak, has updated to version 5.2! BiteSMS brings so much more to the table then your average SMS app, including things like contact photo’s on the notification window, quick reply functionality, scheduled texts and much much more.


* TextFreak which claims to route SMS messages completely free of charge using your iPhones data connection,

* The ability to remember your routing preferences per contact,

* Better ringtone support for iOS 4.2.1,

* Reduced volume for built in ringtones (when using headphones),

* Privacy mode enhancements ([Open] and [Call] buttons should display as active / inactive as expected),

* Small bug fix for scheduled messages.

BiteSMS 5.2 is available on Cydia in trial version, or you have to pay for the full version.


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Stefan’s iOS 4.3.1 Jailbreak Exploit is Ready[iPhone Dev Team Confirmed]

Stefan’s iOS 4.3.1 Jailbreak Exploit is Ready[iPhone Dev Team Confirmed]: "

Popular iPhone developer and hacker, MuscleNerd has confirmed via twitter that Stefan Esser’s untethered iOS 4.3.1 jailbreak exploit is “solid” and is almost ready for release. They are just working some jailbreak and Cydia issues.

Here’s what he has tweeted:

From his tweet:

@Klikkser well @i0n1c’s untether is solid! Just working out overall 4.3.x JB issues and Cydia :)

Linked was the following image:

For now, there are some iOS 4.3.1 jailbreaks available, through unofficial packages, such as this one. The name of the exploit is not announced yet. It might be named as Redsn0w 0.9.8.

iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod Touch 4G, iPod Touch 3G, iPod Touch 2G, iPad 1 jailbroken on iOS 4.3.1 using this undisclosed exploit. Only iPad 2 can’t be jailbroken using this exploit.


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Rebel Micro SimCard To Unlock iPhone 4 Coming Soon

Rebel Micro SimCard To Unlock iPhone 4 Coming Soon: "

As we all know that iPhone Dev Team not able to unlock iPhone 4 and therefore and we have seen some other way to unlock iPhone 4. Such example of this is Gevey Turbo SIM. And now Rebel micro simCard is used same technology which we have seen in Gevey sim but it cost less as compared to Gevey sim,Rebel micro simCard to unlock iPhone 4 on all based band and iOS 4, 4.1, 4.2, 4.2.1, 4.3 on basebands 1.59.00, 03.10.01, 02.10.04 and 04.10.01.

Rebel micro simCard is also Used the same technology wich we have seen in Gevey team,Rebel micro simCard also not required jailbreak for iPhone 4. you can unlock iPhone 4 without any jailbreak tool and it will cost you 65$ which is quit less than Gevy simCard.

Rebel Micro SIM-card uses quite similar technique as with Gevey SIM and does not remains unlocked if SIM is taken out. Gevey SIM requires calling emergency number “112″ which is illegal but and it is recommended to wait for Dev Team’s NCK unlock.

Rebel Micro SIM-card is launching at the Gadget Show Live in April and starts shipping from 6th April.

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DivX Plus 8.1.2 Build

DivX Plus 8.1.2 Build "DivX Plus 8.1.2 Build | 48.2 MB The next generation of DivX video! Download DivX Plus™ Software to play DivX®, AVI, MKV, MOV and MP4 video with our media player. Or watch these videos in other popular media players like Windows Media Player or Media Player classic. Purchase DivX Pro to create your own HD DivX videos. DivX® is a digital video format that offers a high-quality viewing experience on any device or platform — from your PC to your phone to your living room TV. Over 100 million devices that support DivX video have shipped worldwide from major manufactures, including DVD players, gaming consoles, mobile phones and more. DivX® gives you the power to watch, create and share high-quality videos on your Windows or Mac computer."

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Bigasoft Total Video Converter Portable

Bigasoft Total Video Converter Portable: "Bigasoft Total Video Converter Portable | 11.3 MB Bigasoft Total Video Converter helps you fast convert between various video files to enjoy your favorite movie or music video on portable device, mobile phone, mp4 player, personal computer, television, YouTube and so on with ease. The powerful video conversion tool supports video conversion between a wide range of video formats, including AVI, Xvid, DivX, H.264, MP4, 3GP, MKV, WMV, RM, FLV, MOV, etc."

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More HTC Pyramid pics leak, now with less blurrycam and extra specs

More HTC Pyramid pics leak, now with less blurrycam and extra specs: "

It looks like the steady stream of leaked HTC Pyramid pictures shows no signs of slowing down. While we've recently seen shots of the back and the front of the device, we're now getting the full monty, courtesy of xda-developers. Thankfully, Mr. Blurrycam toned things down this time around: there's a spread of the phone with its battery cover removed, and screenshots detailing additional specs. The HTC Pyramid is expected to land on T-Mobile at some point with a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 768MB or RAM, a 4.3-inch qHD (960x540) display, font-facing camera, 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash, HSPA+, and Android 2.3.2 (Gingerbread) with Sense 3.0. Hit the source link for more photos.

[Thanks, egypt and Andrew]

More HTC Pyramid pics leak, now with less blurrycam and extra specs originally appeared on Engadget Mobile on Wed, 30 Mar 2011 21:02:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Eurostar gets new website, apps and controversial logo

Eurostar gets new website, apps and controversial logo: "

Eurostar has started the deployment of a new visual identity, due to be rolled out across all products including, obviously, the trains.

eurostar new

Apart from moving to a more emotional and modern identity, the objective of the new branding is to position Eurostar as a European train service leader, not just limited to crossing the English Channel.

The deployment is to be completed by 5 April 2011, also with the roll-out of a new website.

The new website is announced to be 20% faster and easier to use, in particular when building multi-segment itineraries beyond the basic London-Paris-Brussels routes.

In a parallel move to airlines, Eurostar will also release new mobile apps including mobile check-in using mobile boarding passes with 2D Aztech codes.

Up until now, the print-at-home PDF boarding passes could technically be displayed on a mobile device and used to go through gates, but it was still mandatory to carry a printed paper copy.

Needless to say, the design community is quite critical about the new logo and branding.

The new logo is designed as a dynamic 3D sculpture of a lowercase “e”, available under different perspectives and even textures like iron, gold, wood or marble.eurostar logo1


It’s supposed to represent a fast train passing through a tunnel, which some are seeing as a cartoonish tongue and mouth, and other less innocent metaphores. To others, it reminds them of Internet Explorer with a touch of Coca-Cola!

The main concern is that a 3D sculpture, once flattened down on print, posters and indoor surfaces, loses most of its appeal and creates undue complexity with shading effects.

There is a good dose of personal taste going into branding and design, and I personally like the sense of solidity of the new brand.

Maybe it’s just because I ride on Eurostar weekly, and I need it to remain very solid.


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Google demands order in Android land

Google demands order in Android land: "

How open is open? Google is reportedly tightening access to its open source Android mobile operating system and restricting the sort of tweaks manufacturers can make to the OS, multiple executives tell Businessweek.

That seems to go against Android’s open source nature. When Google first launched the OS in 2008, it was heralded as a completely open platform that would compete against Apple’s closed iPhone OS. That meant any manufacturer could install Android in their devices and make any changes necessary to it. But Android is no longer the scrappy mobile underdog — it’s the global smartphone leader with 31 percent market share — and Google can no longer afford to be idealistic.

Open source advocates will surely take issue with Android’s new direction, but anyone who has been following the platform closely will likely view the tighter controls as necessary. Users, developers and device manufacturers have been complaining for some time about Android’s fragmentation issues — which include apps and features only being available on certain phones and Android updates that take forever to reach older devices. Google’s only real solution is to take a stronger role in managing Android’s development and deployment.

Google has recently been enforcing “non-fragmentation clauses” with Android licensees, which prevents them from changing Android code too much, sources tell Businessweek. The clauses themselves are nothing new, but Google is apparently being much more vigilant about enforcing them.

Other recent moves by Google may face scrutiny from regulators. Sources say Google has tried to hold up the release of Android phones on Verizon that use Microsoft’s Bing search engine. (Microsoft this morning announced that it’s filing antitrust complaints against Google in Europe.)

Last week, it was revealed that Google will be delaying the release of Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” to the public — something that falls in line with the news that Google wants tighter control of Android.

It was inevitable that Google would eventually move away from being completely open with Android. Being completely open allowed an immature Android to gain its footing. Now that it’s a mobile titan, Google needs to ensure that Android can grow up and offer an experience as polished as Apple’s iOS.

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