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From Iparis: Wait. You bought a physical app? I.. don’t get it.
And yeah, I don’t think it deletes your cracked apps, just don’t delete them from your iPad or I don’t think you’ll be able to get them back.
You are saying you installed iOS 6, but are on iOS 5 now?
To answer Iparis: For example I went to the itunes store and bought “The Walking Dead: The Game” because I really liked it and was using a cracked app before. However, since I lost my jailbreak none of my cracked apps will load so I had to buy it from the itunes app store. HOWEVER, after I bought the game, all in app purchases I had made while my iPad was jailbroken, were still there. I thought I was going to have to buy the other episodes again, but they were still there along with my saves. All I had to do was reinstall them.
And just to add on, I had been using IAP cracker to get my in app purchases, but obviously that is gone since I lost my jailbreak and I’m now stuck on IOS 6 like everyone else.
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June 29, 2012
Microsoft recently released Lync 2010 for iPad v4.2. Features include rich presence, instant messaging, audio conferencing, and calling features, but surprisingly no VoIP or video conferencing. Instead it uses a callback mechanism for the voice calling.
You can connect to Lync conference calls with a single touch, without requiring long numeric passcodes or conference numbers as well as make and receive calls using your Enterprise Voice (Lync ID) number only, enabling you to connect with others using a single, consistent identity. Again, no VoIP though – it’s a callback feature.
Lync 2010 for iPad provides transport layer security (TLS) and perimeter/internal network protection without requiring a VPN, so your communications experience is safer no matter where you are or what network you use.
What’s New in Version 4.2?
This update to Lync 2010 for iPad enhances the Lync Meeting experience by bringing collaboration capabilities. After the audio call back, the iPad user will be able to view uploaded Microsoft PowerPoint presentations within a Lync Meeting, view the meeting participants? list and be notified about other content types being shared within the meeting. An update to Lync Server will be required for full functionality. A nice improvement Microsoft, but you really need to get on the ball and get VoIP and video calling features. I mean c’mon, a small startup that pal Erik Lagerway (and former TMCnet.com blogger) started called Hookflash offers VoIP and video for the iPad. Get the Skype team to help out if you need it!
Download Microsoft Lync 2010 for iPad
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Calling all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch owning couch potatos! I have a great giveaway for you: it’s the Zero.1 VooMoteZapper. This is a little dongle with 4 built-in IR transmitters that turns your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch into a universal learning remote control. You can design your own button layouts, use gestures and [...]
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While Dish isn’t yet ready to officially reveal the details of its new “Hopper” multiroom DVR setup or any wireless broadband plans, it has announced the addition of video on-demand streaming to its Remote Access iPad app. For users with the Blockbuster @Home package or premium movie channels like HBO, they can log in with their Dish Online ID and be in business. The remote viewing portion has also been refreshed, with what we’re told is an updated guide. For Google TV owners, it also announced an official tie-in with the developers of Thuuz to record the live sports programs it alerts users to. Check out the details in the press release after the break, as well as a few hands-on pics of the iPad app in our gallery.
Continue reading Dish Network adds video on-demand streaming for iPad, enhanced Thuuz Google TV app
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Our podcast feed: Audio | Video Download directly: Audio | Video Subscribe via iTunes: Audio | Video Show notes Rene, Seth, and Marc Gurman from 9to5Mac talk iOS 5.1 beta 2, new wallpapers, iPad 3 rumors, 7-inch iPad rumors, iTunes Match and…
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If you happen to have two iPad 2s laying around, you’ve got yourself one cool costume. Here, let someone from NASA demonstrate how it’s done for you.
By Winda Benedetti
I think we’ve come upon the runaway hit costume of the 2011 Halloween season. Of course, this costume is going to cost you a pretty penny to execute.
That’s because you’ll need two iPad 2s to pull off this creepy, disgusting but totally awesome outfit which just so happens to make it look as though someone has shot and/or stabbed a hole right through the middle of you.
The man behind the costume is Mark Rober, who works at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. As he explains in the below video, all you need is two iPad 2s running Facetime video chat, some fake blood and a shirt you don’t mind ripping a gaping hole into.
Oh yeah, you’ll also need Wi-Fi to make Facetime work. If there’s none to be found as you go trick-or-treating tonight,? you can fix the problem by carrying a portable hot-spot with you.
Hmmm…this?gives me an idea for my own costume tonight.?Zombie makeup?plus two iPhones running Facetime affixed to my head.?Voila. I’ve got?a hole in my head! Just remember, you heard it here first.
(Thanks to Kotaku for the heads up.)
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Jeff Whipp, associate director for platforms in the IT office at Hood College, hands a new iPad 2 to incoming student Kristen Geatz during an orientation session Monday at the college. Hood College is giving iPads to all freshmen.
Without an iPad, Karly Reigel, an incoming freshman at Hood College, may have been studying elementary and special education elsewhere.
“I had already liked Hood, and when I heard they were giving away iPads I was like, ‘I’m definitely coming here,’” Reigel said.
The Reading, Pa., native joined 106 other first-year students on campus Monday afternoon at the first of the college’s three summer orientations.
The orientation sessions allow incoming freshmen to sign up for classes, get a photo ID and meet classmates.
As part of a pilot program, Hood will provide an iPad 2 to each incoming freshman — about 311 students — according to college President Ron Volpe.
Volpe personally handed out the first iPad of the day to Taylor Anderson of Rindge, N.H. Anderson said he decided to attend Hood to study management before he knew he would receive an iPad.
“It feels pretty sweet,” he said of receiving the first iPad. “I can’t wait to use it and utilize it for schoolwork.”
Hood students’ iPads will feature an iHood application, designed by computer science student Nathan Jacobson. The application allows students quick access to a campus map, the college website and news site, the Frederick weather forecast, the campus calendar and directory, and the college’s YouTube site.
The program will be evaluated in late fall to determine if the college should continue to distribute iPads to freshmen, Volpe said. A gift from the estate of Hood alumna Peggy Whitehead provided the funding.
Like Reigel, Middletown High School graduate Gretchen Whitesell said the iPad factored into her decision to attend Hood.
“I just thought it was awesome,” she said. “I always wanted one.”
More than 2,000 prospective students applied to Hood College this year, but in the next few years Volpe said the freshman classes will continue to number about 300 students.
“That gives us optimal enrollment,” Volpe said.
Students will receive iPads at the three summer orientation sessions rather than when they arrive for classes in August, not only so they can learn how to use them but also so they can complete their first assignment, Provost Katherine Conway-Turner said.
The assignment is to read “A Thousand Splendid Suns” by Khaled Hosseini and blog about it throughout the summer, both of which they’ll be able to do on the iPad, she said.
Hosseini is scheduled to visit the college in October to discuss the book.
During orientation, students will sign a contract taking responsibility for the iPad, with different options to insure it. If an iPad breaks during the summer, Hood will not provide a replacement.
Once all students return to campus in August, the freshmen won’t be the only students with iPads. The library will have 20 available for checkout, and a cart of iPads will be available for students if their professor decides to use them in class.
“The key here is this is still a pilot test,” Volpe said. “We’re going to do a lot of assessment after the first semester to see, do we take the next step and get them for everyone?”
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The Chronic Dev Team has decided to come out and issue a small update on its ongoing work on the iPad 2 jailbreak and iOS 4.3.x update. After the recent news that posixninja had recently said that the iPad 2 jailbreak would be ?coming in weeks?, the Chronic Dev Team plan on holding him to [...]
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