Archive for August, 2008

[e-Biz] Google’s Android Market feels like Apple’s AppStore

It looks like Google learned from Apple in the question how to distribute content and useful applications to the customer. Google will introduce a marketplace, that is quite similiar to what Apple already introduces as AppStore. As Google puts it: “We chose the term “market” rather than “store” because we feel that developers should have […]

[iPhone] QuickPwn 1.0 for MacOS X released

Our fellow iPhone Dev Team yesterday finally released QuickPwn for MacOS X. Sadly the Dev Team in the first place only provided a .torrent link (get torrent here) for distribution. We will come up with further details soon. For now: there are no reports about bugs about this version for Mac ,yet. Use “Archive Utility” […]

[DVB] Rumors about Nagra 3 Hack

In german speaking forums rumors circulate saying the new crypto system for some european Pay TV providers (D+ / TVCabo, Premiere) Nagra 3 has been commercially hacked. An emulator smart card called “Centaurus” is said to be available on the european grey markets within the next two weeks. This has not been confirmed, as said: […]

[iPhone] PwnageTool Release Candidate 3 and QuickPwn Beta updated

Our beloved iPhone Dev Team yesterday released updated versions of QuickPwn for Microsoft Windows (now with improved Windows 64bit handling) and PwnageTool for MacOS X (fixes the permission issue, mentioned here). If you have PwnageTool installed yet, it should bravely auto-update. We had no time yet to test neither the Windows version nor the Mac […]

[e-Biz] Apple to replace MagSafe Power Adapters

Many MacBook and MacBook Pro users already experiences problems with their MagSafe power adapters. Apple now reacts to this issue and replaces all MagSafe adapters no matter if your device is out of warranty or not. Go here to demand a replacement. Apple usually ships within 48hrs to your door. In contrast to Apple’s shown […]

[internal] Server backy uppy in businessy :-)

My fellow dudes from giube.de solved the server transition almost like fluently in 22 hours. Including rehousing of 99 domains and contents. Congrats. We’re now running a CentOS system. Users may experience minor errors for the next 24h, because not all DNS records worldwide have been updated yet…

[internal] Server under Maintenance until Thursday, 28th of August

Our provider informed us that their upgrading the server. They hope to get this fixed until wednesday evening (european time)! We apologize for any inconveniences in advance.In the meantime our news-services will not be (fully) available. Our services will be fully accessible at latest on Thursday 28/08/2008. Take care and enjoy your iPhones, Hackintoshs or […]

[iPhone] 3G Cases get Cracks

More and more people are reporting that their iPhone 3G cases are cracking sooner or later. It is well visible on white devices, but we exect the black ones to be as fragile as the white ones. The only difference is: a crack can be seen much better on a white case. Anyway ehPhone.ca from […]

[iPhone] Firmware 2.1 breaks OpenClip API

OpenClip.org announced that iPhone firmware 2.1 will break the concept of copy and paste. As reported earlier (read here) this concept was the only to obtain a clipboard on the iPhone. iPhones still lack support for data exchange between applications, that are yet normal to Windows Mobile users.

[iPhone] Status Report for iPhone 3G Unlock Solutions

Abstract There have been rumors about circumventing that annoying SIM lock. As Geohot stated (read here), modifying the 3G baseband will not be an easy task. Because this task still needs to be solved, some guys thought bypassing simlock by using Proxy SIMs might be a good idea for 3G iPhones as well. Differences between […]