The iPhone Dev-Team has recently updated redsn0w, adding support for Windows computers and fixing a GPS issue that occurred with certain iPhone 3GS handsets. Like the previous version of redsn0w (which is Mac only), this new version allows users to apply a tethered jailbreak to an iOS 5 device, and apply the software update to an iOS device while preserving its baseband.
The Chronic Dev team has finally released earlier today their much anticipated jailbreaking tool Greenpois0n RC5 for Windows. Now you can jailbreak your iOS 4.2.1 device, untethered, and take advantage of everything the jailbreak world has to offer. To help you do that, we've created a little how-to so you can jailbreak your iDevice with ease. Check it out:
If you're a Windows user hoping to jailbreak your iOS 4-running iPhone (2G, 3G, or 3GS), then read on to find out about sn0wbreeze! This recently updated program can now liberate iDevices running iOS 4. However, support for the iPhone 4 is not included in the latest update (version 2.0).
What on earth were a bunch of Microsoft employees doing in the middle of a street, dressed in black, dancing to Thriller, and carrying around a giant iPhone? Celebrating Windows Phone 7's RTM status, that's what. Read on to find out more...
We all know and love FaceTime on our iPhone 4 handsets and iPods. The word on the street today is that a desktop version of FaceTime might be possible, with iChat integration, and also a Windows program.
While a StarCraft game for the iPhone and iPad would be hugely popular, Blizzard has said they have no current plans to release such a game. As an alternative, one developer is planning to bring StarCraft II to the iPhone and iPad in a unique way.