Category Archives: iPad Hacks & Tricks & Tips
I have just been tipped off on twitter about Limera1n.com – a domain which has been registered by the infamous iPhone hacker named George Hotz (aka geohot).
The domain whois record for both blackra1n and limera1n shares same record and confirms that it has been registered by geohot on March 27.
Whois record also reveals that it was last updated on April 13, almost effectively the same date when geohot successfully jailbroke iPhone OS 4 which makes it even more authentic. Though there is no confirmation about this by geohot himself.
Whois record for Limera1n.com:
Apple has started shipping the Camera Connection Kit for iPad earlier this week.
The Camera connection kit enables iPad users to import photos and videos from a digital camera: using your camera’s USB cable or directly from an SD card.
Users who have got their iPad Camera connection kit are reporting interesting ways to use it other than importing photos and videos from a digital camera such as:
Popular online TV streaming service Hulu may be contemplating a new business model where viewers may be required to pay a monthly fee of $9.95 to have complete access to all of Hulu’s video content.
The new “Hulu Plus” subscription service is expected to launch as early as next month.
The LA Times reports:
“Under the proposal, Hulu would continue to provide for free the five most recent episodes of shows like Fox’s “Glee,” “ABC’s “Lost” or NBC’s “Saturday Night Live.” But viewers who want to see additional episodes would pay $9.95 a month to access a more comprehensive selection, called Hulu Plus, these people said.”
This news is significant for iPad users. As you may recall, there were speculations
Due to its large screen size and space, iPad is extremely comfortable to work with in most cases. However, there are times when you feel awkward holding it from one hand, and typing from another in the landscape mode.
Your one hand here becomes nothing more than a dock, whereas the other one remains hanging in air – used only for on-screen typing. Not so cool right?.
Princeton University has explained Wi-Fi issues with the iPad.
According to the University’s Office of Information Technology, the problem lies in the way iPad uses the network’s Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) while leasing IP addresses. Officials claim that this could potentially disrupt the connection established by other devices in the network.
The report notes: