Oh yes, this just got in! iOS 4.3.3 untethered jailbreak is still possible. The bug has not been patched in the latest iOS 4.3.3 software update. @comex just confirmed this!
Untethered jailbreak iOS 4.3.3 is not patched and is still possible in the latest firmware update. We would still recommend you to stay from updating your devices to iOS 4.3.3 just to be on the safe side. Wait for atleast 24 hours!
A warning for all those iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users who can’t live without the jailbreak features and iPhone users who need to unlock their phones should stay away from updating to the iOS 4.3.3 software update and iOS 4.2.8 (Verizon) update.
This is the usual warning which is given after every iOS software update to retain your jailbreak and unlock. Now all we could do is wait for the iPhone Dev Team or any other developer to actually announce that their tools are safe to use.
Apple has just released the iOS 4.3.3 software update for iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch, and along with these, Apple has also released iOS 4.2.8 for Verizon iPhone 4. You can download it now from iTunes 10.2.2.
iOS 4.2.8 for iPhone 4 (Verizon) can be downloaded from the link given below after the jump!
Apple has just released a firmware update as iOS 4.3.3 to address the location storing bug in the iOS. It no longer caches your location which can be later recovered for tracking down anyone.
iOS 4.3.3 firmware update is now available for download with a full change log and download links below after the jump!
Seesmic for Android has been updated with some new features – homescreen shortcuts, tweet translation (which never worked for me), mark users as spam etc.
The new Seesmic for Android 1.7 was released just a few minutes ago with all the new bug fixes, features and also adds UI improvements for Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets.
Facebook is todayâ€™s one of the most popular social networking website. Millions of people interact with their friends and family members and share their thoughts, pictures and videos with each other. The photo viewing aspect of Facebook is one of the most loved features by its users. This is why Facebook is constantly making improvements in this section.
However, with all the improvements, there remain some flaws which need to be solved by the Facebook team like the inability to view more than one picture at a time and the photo zoo feature. Thankfully, add-ons are now available for Chrome and Firefox which add useful feature to the Facebook Photos.
No operating system, be it a desktop one or for a handheld device, can be complete without a good web browser. Recently, the Beta version of the browser SkyFire 2.2 was released Googleâ€™s Android operating system. The version number to be exact is 188.8.131.5294; the new version brings several improvements to its predecessor SkyFire 2.1.
Who thought bots would be guiding us where to find a place for Parking? Guess what, Google is here to serve the cause. Today Google released a new app for their Android operating system titled Open Spot. This app would let users find a vacant spot for parking by marking any nearby spot so other users can see and approach it. This is similar to the you-help-me-i-help-you system, in which users parking the car will indicate on their app all the nearby vacant parking spots which will be seen by other users using the same app and present in the area to get a chance to park their vehicles at the marked spot.
Mozilla is a typical open source software developing organization; they keep their heads down and work hard on bringing out great new things for their users without any fuss, and of course free! The company behind worldâ€™s fastest growing and currently the second most used internet browser, the Mozilla Firefox just released the latest Beta of their infamous browser for Mac Users. The Mozilla Firefox 4.0 Beta 1 for Mac OS X is built on top of the companyâ€™s new Gecko 2.0 layout engine.