You have probably been hearing the term “jailbreaking” a lot lately. No, it doesn’t mean busting out of jail and going on the run. It is a technical term applied to network-connected devices, and you can jailbreak anything from a Playstation to an Android.
However, the real debate has come from the jailbreaking of the iPhone, and with the amount of misinformation in the media, many people are wondering whether or not it is worth it.
What Is Jailbreaking?
Jailbreaking an iPhone is the process of selecting some kind of application that will allow you to use unauthorized apps (like games) not bought in the iTunes store.
These could have been made for the Android, or perhaps just created by a third party for Apple products. There are thousands of these on the Internet that are perfectly safe, functional and great to have.Read More »Jailbreaking the iPhone – Worth It Or a Waste of Time?
Moving to another city is stressful, much less moving to another state or country. But it is something most of us find ourselves planning to do at some point, whether that means going because of a job, family, school or just as a change of scenery. Just as it is with any change, it is a good idea to be as prepared as possible before making the switch. That means being informed about the city it is you are planning (or hoping) to move to.
But how do you do that? With the amazing powerhouse that is the Internet – how would we get along without it? – there are plenty of ways that you can scope out a new place. There are web-based apps for finding information on local housing, cost of living, schools and even parking and local garages. All of it is at your fingertips, just waiting to be used.
Here is a list of the eight best sites I have found to help you get a clear look at your chosen city before you run off to settle down. Read More »8 Web Apps to Compare the Way and Cost of Living in Different Cities
One of the things I hate most in the world is a default browser on a high end electronic. In fact, I usually dislike anything that comes standard, especially when it comes to Apple products. When I bought my iPad, I found a lot of the software to be slow, unnecessarily large, and frustrating to use. Half the time it was so buggy that I couldn’t use it at all.
Luckily, there are a multitude of alternative programs that have been created to work with the iPad. Several of these I have tried, as I prefer to test out software for myself before settling on one. Sometimes I keep more than one and use them when I feel like it. Out of every browser I tried for the iPad, there were three that really stuck out. All of them are free to use, easy to download, and will save you a lot of time.