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The most astonishing feature in the iPhone 4S, believe it or not, has been the digital voice assistant Siri. Siri has been receiving new extensions since to iOS and has set apart the iPhone 4S from its competitors. The latest untethered jailbreak for A5 devices has opened up a world of possibilities and extensions to Siri which has been evident with the released and upcoming tweaks.


Now a new Siri tweak by the name of ‘Lingual’ is going to offer functionality that is yet to be seen in other Siri-related tweaks. The tweaks will be available as a plugin for Assistant
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Extensions mod, which for released recently, enabling users to dictate a word or phrase to Siri and request translation real time for one of the 35 supported languages. ‘K3A’ released AssistantExtensions which is available for download at Cydia for free. It offers additional Siri functions and allow developers to write plugins to hook into the Extension tweak which is exactly what Lingual will do.

Before Lingual will function, users will need to have AssistantExtensions installed as a pre-requisite. Developed by CodeThemed, the Lingual plugin will then be activated using the standard Siri methods. Users can say “translate [phrase] to [language]” or “what is [phrase] in [language]” and Siri is going to respond instantly with the required translation. If the plugin works effectively, it is going to be very fruitful.

Lingual is now available in Cydia, and requires a pre-installation of AssistantExtensions which is free of charge.
You can follow our guide here to jailbreak your iPhone 4S or iPad 2 untethered.
This article, Lingual Translates 35 Languages In Real-Time Using Siri (Cydia Tweak), was originally published at simonblog.com.



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The explosive growth of smartphones and tablets has been a blessing in disguise for the struggling global economy. Ably led by the Apple iPhone and iPad, the app economy has created a staggering 466,000 jobs in the U.S. since 2007. These findings are reported by TechNet as part of a study that shows the impact of app-related jobs on the economy, based on data from the last three months of 2011.


Out of these, a lion’s share (311,000) of jobs is related to app development and marketing while the rest (155,000) is an indirect result of the booming app market.  Unbelievable
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as it sounds, the size of this market was practically zero before Apple changed the game with its revolutionary iPhone launch in 2007. Half a million jobs for an industry that hardly existed five years ago is a massive achievement by any means.
The best part – app economy has benefited organizations of all sizes – ranging from big software and gaming companies like Electronic Arts and Zynga to small one person start-ups working out of a home. While the study captures the app economy effects in the U.S., I strongly believe appification (as it’s called) has been a global phenomenon of sorts.
To put things in perspective, the App Economy in U.S. is now twice the size of Apple’s Chinese manufacturing units. From a geographical perspective, the highest number of app jobs in a metro area were created in the New York-New Jersey-Long Island area (9.2 percent), followed by San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont (8.5 percent),  San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa Clara (6.3 percent) and the Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue (5.7 percent) area. As expected, California generated the most app jobs by far with 23.8 percent of all jobs, followed by New York (6.9 percent) and Washington (6.4 percent).
The TechNet report further states that it’s still early days for the App Economy and the best is yet to come. Are you a budding app developer or reviewer? If so, it’s never too late to start and be a part of the phenomenal ‘App Economy’ success story.
Do you want to be part of the App Economy and build your iPhone App? We’re launching a free course to teach you how to code an iPhone app. If you’re interested, register at AppCoda.com. Join us and learn iPhone programming together!
This article, Study: App Economy Created 500,000 U.S. Jobs, was originally published at simonblog.com.



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What’s up iDevicer’s? VEYRONxbugatti here showing you a sick tweak that lets you tweet using Siri! As you probably know when Apple first released the iPhone 4S pre-loaded with Siri, there was no way to tweet using Siri. Well, today Grooveshark Developer, Tyler Nettleton, released his tweak in Cydia called, Sireet for FREE! Yes for [...]
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Microsoft is re-launching its Windows Phone platform, completely rebuilding the operating system from the ground up so that it functions better than it ever has before. Windows Phone 8 could prove to be the weapon the software giant needs to really make its mark in the smartphone world and begin to take a significant share of the market away […]
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Download updated Redsn0w 0.9.11b4 with iOS 5.1.1 tethered jailbreak . A few days ago MuscleNerd of iPhone dev-team has announced the release of Redsn0w 0.9.11b2 which will allow A5-devices’ users to downgrade iPhone 4S, iPad 3 or iPad 2 to enjoy the untethered jailbreak once again.
Today again iPhone Dev Team update its Redsn0w jailbreaking tool to Redsn0w 0.9.11b4 with some error fixes including “Restore failed”. Redsn0w 0.9.11b4 also support tethered jailbreak on A4 devices  and below running on iOS 5.1.1 with proper”Stitching” and “Custom” of NO_BB IPSWs.

According to iPhone
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Dev Team blog;
Update #2: Version 0.9.11b3 should fix the spurious “Restore failed” messages people were sometimes getting, and it behaves better with nearby devices that have wifi syncing enabled!
Update #3: Version 0.9.11b4 completes the tethered JB support for 5.1.1 on A4 devices and earlier, including proper “Stitching” and “Custom” creation of NO_BB IPSWs.
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MegaUpload Closed by FBI Anti-Piracy means SOPA / PIPA Unnecessary - It has been a huge week when it comes to protecting intellectual property and defending the freedom of the Internet. Following a massive blackout on Wednesday to oppose pending SOPA legislation, the United States government took down MegaUpload.com–demonstrating why we don’t need SOPA in the first place.

Debate has been raging on Capitol Hill over two pending bills–SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act) in the House, and PIPA (Protect Intellectual Property Act) in the Senate. Supporters insist that copyright vio
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lations and intellectual property theft are a rampant online epidemic, and that sweeping, draconian legislation is the only viable solution.

MegaUpload is the poster child for SOPA / PIPA support, but got taken down without them.
The Internet disagrees. Starting with an effort to boycott GoDaddy.com for its support of SOPA, awareness has steadily increased, and opposition has grown. Individuals responsible for inventing the technologies on which the Internet is built issued a plea to Congress to abandon the bills, and the SOPA blackout this week created enough backlash and political pressure that both bills have been postponed.
The question remains, though, why do we need any new legislation at all?
The core premise of the argument for SOPA and PIPA is that supporters claim the legislation is necessary to enable them to take action to fight online content piracy from rogue foreign sites that operate outside of U.S. laws. The poster child for SOPA/PIPA support has been MegaUpload.com.
Setting aside the irony that MegaUpload.com would be immune from SOPA or PIPA persecution even if the legislation passed, the actions of the Department of Justice and Immigration and Customs Enforcement clearly illustrate that the existing framework of legal authority is sufficient. If the government is already capable of taking down a website without due legal process, and enlisting the cooperation of international law enforcement to arrest its key members on foreign soil, what exactly do we need additional legislation for?
If the DOJ can already take down alleged pirate sites, why do we need new legislation?
The DOJ case against MegaUpload relies on ProIP legislation passed in 2008. That legislation faced controversy as well–including the appointment of a “copyright czar,” Victoria Espinel, who operates outside of the Judicial branch as a function of the Executive Office of the President. Just as with SOPA and PIPA, there were claims that ProIP was overreaching and unnecessary, and assurances from the government that the tenets of the new law would not be abused.
The debate is just getting started over whether the DOJ action against MegaUpload.com is justified, or an example of abusing ProIP. Regardless, though, the legal action against MegaUpload.com should be all the evidence needed to demonstrate that SOPA and PIPA are not needed.
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One of the most striking features in the new iPad is the Retina display that brings amazing resolution compared to the iPad 2. This has been possible due to increased number of LEDs being used so as to maintain a high level of brightness.
However, multiplying the number of LEDs has lead to low battery life for the new iPad. There has also been a mellow buzz that the controversy around the ‘heating problem’ in the new iPad may also have been a result of more LEDs.
There have recently been several researches and analysis involving the battery life and ‘Heatgate’ issue post the release
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of the new iPad, with several theories doing the rounds. Here is a summary of the various discussion:

Reports suggest that in spite of the new iPad having a larger battery – 1.7 times than the iPad 2, the augmented number of LEDs (responsible for offering full brightness and better resolution) is believed to take a toll on battery life.

The Facts Unrevealed…
The number of backlight LEDs used in the new iPad has approximately doubled from 36 to an estimated 72 to 82. This has proportionately increased the requirement for at least a 50 percent larger battery for the new iPad, since the display consumes about 50 to 60 percent of the total Apple tablet power.
Power consumption of LEDs in the new iPad is 2.5 times compared to the iPad 2, while the battery is 1.7 times larger. Therefore, even in case you run your new iPad at maximum brightness, the battery run time is less since you only put in 70 percent more battery while using 150 percent more power.

According to DisplayMate, the new iPad when set at the maximum brightness utilizes about 20 percent less battery life than that of the iPad 2. However, in a middle brightness setting, the new iPad runs essentially at the same running time as the iPad 2. Analysts thereby reiterate it as in all probability the ‘typical setting’ in the way Apple delivers it.
Coming to the heating problem in the new iPad, according to Consumer Reports, the higher temperature generated when compared with the iPad 2 is ‘hot to touch’ but not uncomfortably so. In fact, it is generally recorded at less than the normal body temperature, with heating mainly concentrated at certain points. Many revealing that the Apple logo is found to be the most ‘heated’.
What are your experiences with the new iPad? Have you also felt affected by the battery consumption and heat generation issues off late?
This article, New iPad: Low Battery and Heating Issues Caused by Retina Display, was originally published at simonblog.com.



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Siri Siri Siri! People can’t get enough.  We’ve seen a lot of Siri Proxy talk on Twitter and the iDevice blogs about these Siri Proxy sites offering spots on their server (monthly, yearly and even lifetime – LMAO) for a charge and people pay just to have Siri their non officially supported iPhone, iPad and [...]
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I recently came across an entertaining app while looking through the App Store with my 7 year old son. Sir Octopus, is a game designed for children aged 4 and older that lets you take “Sir Octopus” through a maze to gather up all his kids. The game is a lot of fun and quickly […]

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Check out this cool new tweak called Aquaboard that gives you super cool water ripple effects on SpringBoard! Yes, you can now have the live wallpaper effect that’s so popular on Android. Touch anywhere, on icons, on the scroll view, your lockscreen, and ripples appear right where you touched or dragged. The tweak uses OpenGL ES [...]