2014

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Uli Kilian built a LEGO robot, powered by an Arduino board and connected to a Windows machine, to play Jurassic Park Builder on his iPad all night long.

I started playing the annoying but very addictive game “Jurassic Park Builder” a couple of weeks ago. And of course I didn’t want to spend any real money on it so I built this little machine which taps the device the whole night and thus collects automatically the points

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2014

galaxy-s5-fingerprint-scannerSRLabs has posted video evidence that the fingerprint scanner on Samsung’s Galaxy S5 can easily be spoofed using a lifted print. This video demonstrates how flaws in the implementation of fingerprint authentication in the Samsung Galaxy S5 expose users’ devices, data, and even bank accounts to thieves or other attackers.

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2014

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Parallels Access ‘applifies’ your Windows and Mac applications, letting you remotely access and experience them as if they were made for iPad. Tap, swipe, pinch and scroll any Mac or PC software application – even if they were not optimized for the iPad – and get more done on-the-go!

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2014

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Back in January, we posted a list of Cydia tweaks that Jay ‘Saurik’ Freeman ( creator of Cydia ) is currently using. But what about the other big names in the jailbreaking community? Jump over the break to watch a video from JailbreakCon 2014 where the keynote speakers ( iH8Sn0w, nitoTV, Joshua Tucker, Surenix, Filippo Bigarella, Ryan Petrich and pod2g ) are unveiling what Cydia tweaks they’re using… ( PS: it’s 2014 and still recording vertical videos. Good job! )

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2014

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Earlier today, we showed you a leaked photo that shows what appears to be an ”iPhone 6″ front panel next to the 4-inch display of an iPhone 5s. Steven from East Coast Pixels — makers of the iOS photo editing app PhotoToaster — took a closer look at the alleged Apple part in an effort to determine its dimensions.

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