Posted on 29 August 2014
Apple has yet to enter the Netbook space, no doubt they have something in the works but users not content to wait have taken things into their own hands. Depending on what Netbook you have you may have to sacrifice some functionality but overall some like the HP Mini 1000 or a Dell Mini 9/Vostro A90 are quite comprehensive in their support of OSX.
Installing on non Mac hardware likely infringes Apple’s end user license agreement so don’t expect any official support. Check out this compatibility chart to see what your Netbook can do.
Dell Mini 9 installation guide by Gizmodo
MSI Wind installation guide by Wired
HP Mini 1000 installation guide by myHPmini
Asus Eee PC by uneasysilence.com
If you run into any problems you can get support over at the Hackintosh forums.
Posted on 27 August 2014
Sorry guys, looks like the iPhone app Hottest Girls has been pulled out from the Apple Store. Seems like the application was getting too raunchy for Apple when it started posting nude and topless photos of models.
What’s your opinion boys and girls?
Posted on 26 August 2014
Posted originally by a Dutch Hacker who released this virus into the wild but later had a change of heart after his paypal was shutdown and the hack was widely discussed. The url shortener service which was directing to the fix (doiop.com/iHacked) was shutdown so please spread this fix to anyone affected. Originally posted at http://mr09.fileave.com/
“1. Get an SSH program like putty for windows.
2. SSH to your iPhone. (If you haven’t done that before it may take a while, and after that there might come a warning about a key fingerprint. You can just accept that). Login using username "root" and password "alpine". (this is the default password)
3. There’s a few commands you have to execute, best is to just copy them:
chown mobile /private/var/mobile/Library/LockBackground.jpg
chmod 666 /private/var/mobile/Library/LockBackground.jpg
mv /private/var/mobile/Documents/LockBackground.backup.jpg /private/var/mobile/Library/LockBackground.jpg
4. That’s everything to remove my stuff. Now there’s one command left to make sure this won’t happen again! Again in putty or any ssh client type: "passwd". You’ll then be asked for a new password, you can change this into anything you want. The safer the better of course (:
The reason you have to change this password is that it’s default is alpine at ALL iPhones. So if anyone knows that (and all hackers do) they can access your iPhone. Now you’ve changed it this isn’t possible anymore!
If you have any questions or something, mail me and I’ll try to answer them!
Posted on 24 August 2014
Posted on 23 August 2014
Ok when I bust out photoshop I prefer it to be on my dual screen 24” setup but if you need it on the run your in luck! The app is now available for your iPhone from the app store, get more info at mobile.photoshop.com/iphone.
You can also open a free account to share all your iPhone photos. Syncing between your iPhone and Photoshop.com account you can access all your photos and upload new ones.
Posted on 20 August 2014
Supporting PHP, ROR and Python this is a serious tool. Although I have only used it for basic HTML, CSS editing I found that a breeze with helpful hints and colour coding of syntax. It’s going to be around for the long run as they just secured $7.8 Million in Funding. Its 100% free and monetises via its web app hosting platform.
An alternative to Photoshop its completely open source and has a plug-in available that converts the layout closer to Photoshop for an easy learning curve. A great way for aspiring web designers to start honing there skills.
For converting your video files into a web friendly format you cannot go past this one.
For pixel perfect designs you need a simple measurement tool like Caliper.
The essential coding environment just a few clicks away :>.
FTP browser that also supports, SFTP, WebDAV, Cloud Files & Amazon S3.
Google Analytics on your Dashboard.
MySQL database management app.
File sharing the way it should be :>. Great if you are often moving between the office, your home Mac and your MacBook.
A tiny app that makes screenshots of websites.