by Evan Blass | January 7, 2011 2:25 AM
A Windows Phone 7 security measure designed to perform real-time server authentication has indeed been bypassed, according to a person familiar with the situation, allowing cloud services like Xbox Live, Zune, and Marketplace to function on ported copies of the operating system, such as on an HTC HD2. However, since the method requires extracting what's known as a unique private key (PVK) from the device provisioning partition (DPP) of an actual WP7 handset, it is far from ready for widespread deployment. Specifically, Microsoft has apparently employed a variation of Windows Genuine ...
by Joe Levi | August 28, 2010 12:00 PM
If you've got an Android running Froyo (2.2), and are an avid Google Voice user like I am you were probably as excited as I was when we started seeing screenshots from the leaked T-Mobile G2 ROM. This ROM includes a set of new Google Voice Widgets, one to show your your Inbox, the other to toggle various settings. Both are 3x1 widgets, and both look polished and refined. If you'd like to give this a try, you'll need to be running Android 2.2, and you'll need to replace your existing Google Voice app. The download link, while it's still available, click here. (via ViZZiATO) UPDATE: One of ...
by Adam Z. Lein | August 27, 2010 1:54 PM
A lot of people were made a bit uncomfortable when they saw the new Windows Phone 7 start screen and it's long area of blank space on the right side. What's with the wasted space? The offset grid and negative space are clearly by design. The key phrase there is "by design." This isn't your average boring grid of program icons that every other smartphone employs in their user interface designs. The layout actually follows many design conventions that artists, mathematicians, and scientists have developed over centuries. The Rule of Thirds Anyone who's ever taken a photography class knows ...
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