Wednesday, October 01, 2008

Apple Drops iPhone Non Disclosure Agreement (NDA)

Apple has announced that they have dropped the iPhone Non-Disclosure Agreement for released iPhone Apps.We have decided to drop the non-disclosure agreement (NDA) for released iPhone software.We put the NDA in place because the iPhone OS includes many Apple inventions and innovations that we wou...

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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

iPhone "Elite" Dev Team

I am a member of a iPhone developer group, the iPhone "elite" (its a play on words, from the events that have happened on the IRC). We have some initial pages and a build of iPhuc.

iPhone Symlink Unlock.....

One of the new unlocks that has appeared in the past day for the iPhone, this does require some use of the terminal and instructions are only for AT&T iPhone users; at the moment there is no publicly released activation process for 1.1.1. The other unlock that has been mentioned around, the TIFF process, has not been publicly released yet.

Source: iPhone Alley

Thursday, January 25, 2007

Domain Change - Issues

As many might notice, the site has changed from the previous domain of to, mainly for the fact that it looks more professional. Though currently, the site will not redirect from correctly, for some reason, nor will work either (a limitation of googles custom domain system :(. Anyway, I personally recommend that all old links to this blog should be updated to the new system, in order for it to work.

Update: I've found a temporary fix, though it kind of messes up the load manage system that google has with The domain is tied to an ip that is apart of, so the domain without the www connects to the blog, its not a perfect fix, but its better than only having it work one way.

Update again: the site now does redirect using the, in a kind of a hacked up way....

U.S. Military Develops Ray Gun

This device looks like the ultimate non-lethal weapon, to be used against crowds. I wonder if it could also be used against other things other than citizens, like Insurgents....
The U.S. military has developed a non-lethal ray gun that makes people feel like they're on fire. Yes! It's supposed to be used in places like Iraq and Afghanistan (where else?) in order to disperse crowds and get people to cooperate. It uses millimeter electromagnetic waves to penetrate the skin and raises body temperature to 130 degrees Fahrenheit near instantly. Combine this with other top notch U.S. military technology and it's pretty easy to see why we're number one, now and forever.

(From Gizmodo)

Wednesday, January 24, 2007

The freaky DS playing cat. (with pictures)

"Ain't it cute?"

Its both adorable in a sense, and yet, because of the oddness of the cats ears being folded, the way its sitting, and the Nintendo ds lite it has, the effect combined is of adorable/wierd (not a very creative description).

From Kotaku - (Via Digg)

Monday, October 30, 2006

Amarok 1.4.4 released with music store

"The new Amarok 1.4.4 release is the first open source media player to have built-in support for a DRM-free music store: Magnatune guarantees that for every song sold half the revenue actually goes to the artist. The new release also includes a slew of other features, as well as under-the-hood improvements and bugfixes."

Sounds interesting, though I have mostly used Itunes for my music collection, I have had fiddled around with Amarok. Overall from when I used a cvs version of Amarok, that it probibly is the most featured filled Itunes replacement for linux. Still the only problem with Amarok, is that it is a KDE based app, and I use GNOME as my desktop environment

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