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PwnageTool 3.1.4 Released to Jailbreak Any iPhone Running iPhone OS 3.1.2

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Geohot had released blackra1n, an extremely simple and easy tool to jailbreak any iPhone and iPod Touch running iPhone OS 3.1.2 but it did not preserve the baseband, which is important for users who want to unlock their iPhone.

iPhone Dev Team has released PwnageTool 3.1.4 for Mac, which supports iPhone OS 3.1.2 for iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and also iPod Touch 1G/2G. It will also allow users to preserve their iPhone's baseband so that they can unlock their iPhone.

Geohot had released blackra1n, an extremely simple and easy tool to jailbreak any iPhone and iPod Touch running iPhone OS 3.1.2 but it did not preserve the baseband, which is important for users who want to unlock their iPhone.

iPhone Dev Team has released PwnageTool 3.1.4 for Mac, which supports iPhone OS 3.1.2 for iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS and also iPod Touch 1G/2G. It will also allow users to preserve their iPhone's baseband so that they can unlock their iPhone.

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Apple Ships New Jailbreak-Proof iPhone 3GS?

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Apparently, Apple isn’t taking this whole iPhone jailbreaking hooplah too lightly. Last week, Apple began shipping 3GS iPhones with an updated bootrom (iBoot-359.3.2) that effectively blocks the current 24kpwn jailbreak exploit.

The cat and mouse game between Apple and the infamous Dev-Team has been going on since iPhone version 1.0. Every major hardware or firmware update has broken the jailbreak tool of the time- but for every update up to now the Dev-Team has pulled through to support the growing community of users who wish to install unapproved iPhone apps. And let’s not forget the thousands of non-AT&T iPhone customers who rely on jailbreaking to even use their phones.

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iPhone Dev Team jailbreaks iPhone OS 3.1.2 with PwnageTool 3.1.4

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The iPhone OS 3.1.2 is officially jailbroken! Following hot on geohot’s (sorry, couldn’t resist) release of the Blackra1n 30-second jailbreak utility, the iPhone Dev Team has released their decidedly more reliable and unlock-friendly PwnageTool 3.1.4 update to jailbreak the latest iPhone OS 3.1.2 firmware. If you’re using an iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS, and you want to preserve your SIM unlock, you’ll want to make sure you update to iPhone OS 3.1.2 by way of this latest PwnageTool release.

If you’re already jailbroken, there’s no need to put your iPhone into DFU mode before restoring with the custom IPSW file that PwnageTool creates (it’s on your desktop). Just option-click the “Restore” button in iTunes and select the custom IPSW restore file. Make sure you select the custom file, and avoid the stock file from Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) at all costs. The iPhone Dev Team goes into more detail about PwnageTool and how to keep your iPhone compatible with existing software unlock utilities. Read up on that here.

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Ping! Exclamation Point!

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Anyone that has worked for, with, or anywhere near "the man" should dislike the word ping. It's too easy to immediately associate the word with a bothersome, middle aged project manager saying, "Let me look into that and I'll ping you." Why can't you just say email? Why?

We begrudgingly admit that in the case of this new iPhone app, the name is rather fitting. The application allows free registered users to message each other via push notifications over the data connection, rather than SMS. This is rad for a number of reasons. Most obviously, users of Ping can potentially avoid paying AT&T's reprehensibly priced SMS plans. It also allows the opportunity to communicate with people who have no SMS plan at all, such as complete freaks or friends overseas.

One thing Blackberry has always had over iPhones, and that converts deeply miss, is Blackberry Messenger. It's real time, it's free, it's easy; it's texting on steroids. Ping isn't quite there yet, but it's a step in the right direction.

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Apple purchased Placebase in July to replace Google Maps?

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the founder of openplaces.org announced in a tweet that Apple had bought the company that produced the Maps API that his company used in their software.

Pushpin is the name of the software API that Openplaces uses and it is made by a company called Placebase.

"Apple bought PlaceBase - all hush hush. Pushpin site taken offline. Hyperlocal iPhone?"
Then, nothing for a few months. I had seen the post awhile back but couldn't find anything to back it up - the Internet drew a blank. This week, however, I revisited the information. I decided to do a background check on PlaceBase's founder and CEO, Jaron Waldman.

Turns out, he's no longer founder and CEO of PlaceBase in Los Angeles. He's now part of the "Geo Team" at Apple. -whatever that is.
The former CTO of Placebase is now an engineer at Apple as well.

Placebase.com has been pulled offline and Pushpin.com forwards to the API help pages.

Yep, Apple bought Placebase. But what are they going to do with this software?

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Five Best Weight-Management Tools

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Weight loss can be a challenging undertaking (even maintaining your weight can be tough when the holidays roll around). Make the most of your efforts with help from one of these five weight-management tools most valued by Lifehacker readers.

There's no magic bullet for fitness and weight loss—although most would argue "eat less, move more" is a excellent starting point. One pattern that is definitely prominent among the comments of Lifehacker readers in our call for contenders for this week's Hive Five, however, is that if there is a magic bullet for weight loss, it's tracking. Whether you're using a spreadsheet, a notebook, or some of the great web and mobile phone-based solutions you'll see below, the biggest element in our readers' weight-loss success has been tracking their food intake and exercise activity.
SparkPeople is a comprehensive weight-loss web site. A free membership gives you access to a variety of nutritional information and calorie-tracking tools, weight-tracking tools, and the enormous SparkPeople community.

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