iOS 9.3.1 Jailbreak: Latest news, updates and the prank tool

Whether you’re interested in the various features coming with the latest iOS version or just wish to benefit from the bug fixes and security patch-ups, things get a quite a lot more complicated if jailbreaking is involved into the equation, when it comes to updating jailbroken iOS devices, you’ll have to take a completely different factor into the… Read More »

Apple harvested almost $40 million worth of gold from recycled gadgets last year

Apple harvested almost $40 million worth of gold from recycled gadgets last year, and is now deploying robots to take iPhones apart in a major environmental push. In its latest annual environmental responsibility report, which was published last week, Apple explained that it gathered 2,204 pounds of recycled gold during its fiscal year 2015. The gold, which weighs… Read More »

British Airways plane ‘drone’ crash footage emerges showing flight moments after gadget hit aircraft

The object struck the front of the plane just after 12.50pm as it was landing at Terminal Five on Sunday but left no damage. The footage, taken by Elliot Langran, shows the BA727 flight full of 132 passengers and five crew from Geneva as it comes in for landing. British Airways said the aircraft was examined by engineers… Read More »

Google, NASA put big money on D-Wave’s quantum computer

Google. NASA. Lockheed Martin. Los Alamos National Laboratory. Big names in the worlds of big brains and cutting-edge technology are investing millions of dollars in the quantum computing technology of the Burnaby, B.C.-based company D-Wave. They say they’re starting to see promising results, despite criticism from some quantum physicists that the technology might never live up to its promise. Quantum… Read More »

iPhone 7 not what you think it is; Release date not when you think, either

This year’s iPhone might not be the iPhone 7. That’s because next year is the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone, so don’t expect a huge Apple redesign until 2017. Let’s triangulate a couple of decently-sourced rumors, shall we? On the one hand, we have KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo saying next year’s iPhone will be an all-glass affair with… Read More »

How to watch Game of Thrones on your phone, tablet, computer or console

Game of Thrones is returning to HBO this weekend, and for many, the biggest question isn’t about what’s going to happen, but it’s about how they can watch it. This upcoming season of Game of Thrones is one of the most talked about, with the fate of a popular character left unknown and the battle for the Iron Throne drawing… Read More »

JAL operational prototypes leverage Microsoft’s latest holographic computer

TOKYO, Japan – Japan Airlines (JAL) has been working with Microsoft Corporation since August 2015 to explore the utilization of Microsoft HoloLens, a new holographic computer developed by Microsoft Corporation, in its operations. JAL, the first company in Asia and also the first airline to partner with Microsoft on HoloLens, has developed prototypes for potential application to the… Read More »

Tim Bosma trial: Forensic computer experts testify

The trial of the two men accused of murdering  Hamilton’s Tim Bosma continues Monday with jurors hearing from forensic computer experts about what they found on the cellphones belonging to the co-accused. Dellen Millard, 30, of Toronto, and Mark Smich, 28, of Oakville, Ont., are charged with first-degree murder. Both have pleaded not guilty. Tim Bosma trial: Dellen Millard stole… Read More »

Google Releases Nexus Factory Images With April Android Security Update

Google released its monthly security update for April earlier this month flagging eight vulnerabilities that were marked as “critical” by the company. Soon after, the company had removed MOB30D builds for the Nexus 9 and Nexus 7 Wi-Fi. Now, the company has re-released M0B30D factory images, this time for more devices including the Nexus 6, Nexus Player, and… Read More »

Apple Extends iPhone Production Cut for Another Quarter: Nikkei

Apple Inc will continue its reduced production of iPhones in the quarter ending June in light of sluggish sales, the Nikkei business daily reported, citing parts suppliers notified of the plan. Apple apparently does not plan to make enough of the newly launched iPhone SE model, the Nikkeireport said. The company’s shares fell 1.8 percent to $110.05. Shares… Read More »