In recent months we have seen more and more people accessing the internet through mobile devices: for most cell phones, but also PDAs, Blackberry, tablet PCs etc. According to most analysts connections from mobile devices will increase strongly during this period. For this reason, the design of sites accessible from mobile devices is becoming increasingly important and is not a very easy solution: we are faced with a great variety of devices with display size, compatibility with markup languages, plugins (flash and java supported or not) and coupled operating systems/browsers.
With this article we will see two interesting plugins for WordPress: WPtouch and the new Onswipe that will solve each problem, in fact these extensions are created to be able to view a site even on non-PC devices. [click to continue…]
Google Glass is a device manufactured from Google released as a prototype at the moment and the company has promised that at some point you can read the notices displayed on your iPhone. By the time that Google will have trained software, a developer made himself a whole system, and in the video above you will have a look at a demonstration of its functionality. Basically Google Glass is capable of displaying on its little screen some notifications directly from your iPhone or iPad, but all of this with the help of a hack implemented in iOS.
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Any smartphone made by a smart manufacturer automatically closes the screen when we are talking on the phone and have our ear close to the device, but iPhones have often had problems with this system. To solve the problem there is now a tweak called DimInCall, it closes the screen automatically when a call is initiated/accepted. The screen can be re-opened by pressing the Home/Lock button, but if we want we can set the closing/opening to be made by means of physical buttons and not automatically.
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Sometimes, the size of the letters bothers us as well as its color, if you want to change them, make sure you have:
- An idevice (preferably iPhone).
- Jailbreak done, doesn’t matter on what Firmware.
Connect to a WLAN and start the Cydia app. [click to continue…]
Basically if you have an iPhone 3GS/4/4S/5 an iPad 2/3/4/Mini or iPod Touch, you have iOS 5.0 – iOS 6.1.2 and have already jailbroken your terminal, then you could do a partial re-restore only on the version that you have in your terminal without using SHSH. iPhones that doesn’t have jailbreak cannot use SemiRestore, doesn’t matter what version of iOS have, and if your terminal is not included in the aforementioned boundaries, then the solution will not work under any circumstances, so do not bother to ask.
Okay, you are “qualified” to do the restore, now you are probably wondering what is happening. [click to continue…]