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Tricksy Pro - Smart Math Tricks

Tricksy is a universal app that allows you to solve many math operations in a simple way, by applying untraditional techniques. This...

April 14, 2015 By Hassan Taleb

Hackers jailbreak iPad 2 and iPhone 4S

A conglomerate of hacking groups has released software that allows users to jailbreak Apple iPad 2 and iPhone 4S devices.The GreenPois0n Absinthe software uses a "ridiculously complex combination of exploits-within-exploits" to jailbreak Apple devices running on the A5 chipset, according to the Chronic Dev Team, one of the iOS hacking groups.

January 23, 2012 by

PassLok Privacy

ATTENTION CURRENT USERS, version 2.2 uses a different crypto engine and therefore breaks compatibility with the previous version. When...

April 13, 2015 By Francisco Ruiz

Apple unveils the iPhone 4S 'world' phone

Apple's senior vice president of marketing, Philip Schiller, announces the latest version of the company's smartphone, the iPhone 4S. The new phone features an A5 chip, dual-core graphics, a longer battery life, better camera, and both CDMA and GSM.

October 4, 2011 by

Accountant Free Calculator

Our Accountant series of calculators are back in the App Store and for a short time all upgrades and versions are only $1. We thank...

April 13, 2015 By Interlocken Technology

Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook P1610

Although the LifeBook P1610's screen is small, its keyboard cramped and it lacks an optical drive, this ultraportable convertible Tablet PC delivers much more than any UMPC of similar footprint and weight.

July 26, 2007 by

Bookeen Cybook

Primarily intended as an ebook reader, the Windows CE-powered, A5-format Cybook could function as a low-cost tablet-style computer. However, it needs a little development work first.

January 18, 2005 by

JVC Mini-Note MP-XP731

JVC’s tiny Mini-Note MP-XP731 may be the smallest and lightest Centrino notebook around, but a few trade-offs have been made in order to achieve that goal.

January 22, 2004 by

Researchers claim to break cell phone codes

Two Israeli researchers said they have broken the encryption code that protects cell phones, the New York Times reported. The A5/1 encryption method is part of a GSM wireless phone standard, which is much more popular in Europe than the United States.

December 6, 1999 by

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