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Are you ready to have your mind blown by some truly incredible gadget news? No, we're not talking about our peek at the Zune HD with none other than Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. In fact, we have spicy hot new Windows licensing details. According to Tech ARP, Microsoft will soon allow end users to do

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First off, we'll warn you that these reports are currently unconfirmed by the suits in Redmond, but word has it that Microsoft is working with at least one OEM to have the Windows XP \"downgrade\" deadline pushed out from January 2009 to at least July 31, 2009. That's according to an e-mail sent from

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Hold your horses, vaquero. Let's not blow this all out of proportion here. While it's no secret that a certain amount of Vista purchasers are utilizing that \"downgrade to XP\" option to its fullest extent, a small (and let us emphasize \"small\") collection of data suggests that some 35% of \"mainly ent

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Adding injury to insult, then pouring salt in the wound, and finally kicking mud in Microsoft's eye, NEC has launched an official Vista downgrade product, FlexLoad. The company debuted a two-DVD package on Tuesday priced at an affordable £7, which is meant to help (mainly business) customers

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Maybe you got word that the iPhone development community supposedly has a jailbreak method for v1.1.3 -- but they're not releasing it yet. (They claim they want to wait until the next firmware update in February that will enable the SDK, so Apple won't patch the hack in the mean time.) We understan

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Maybe you got word that the iPhone development community supposedly has a jailbreak method for v1.1.3 -- but they're not releasing it yet. (They claim they want to wait until the next firmware update in February that will enable the SDK, so Apple won't patch the hack in the mean time.) We understa

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For those following this stuff religiously: the iPhone \"Elite\" Team has released a method to downgrade the baseband on v1.1.1 iPhones. Ok, that basically means if you accidentally disabled the phone end of your iPhone with anySIM or iUnlock during the upgrade (or just decided v1.0.2 is where it's a

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For those following this stuff religiously: the iPhone \"Elite\" Team has released a method to downgrade the baseband on v1.1.1 iPhones. Ok, that basically means if you accidentally disabled the phone end of your iPhone with anySIM or iUnlock during the upgrade (or just decided v1.0.2 is where it's

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Well would you look at that, instructions are now available for downgrading your iPhone from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2. It won't downgrade your baseband, meaning so far you can't re-unlock an iPhone that's been 1.1.1-ified, but it's still 1.0.2 in all its third-party application glory. The iPhone Dev Team folk

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Well would you look at that, instructions are now available for downgrading your iPhone from 1.1.1 to 1.0.2. It won't downgrade your baseband, meaning so far you can't re-unlock an iPhone that's been 1.1.1-ified, but it's still 1.0.2 in all its third-party application glory. The iPhone Dev Team folk

7 years ago 0 Comments