New Android software lets users unofficially tap into Apple's iMessage service, though the security behind the app is suspect.
Cydia developer and jailbreak commander-in-chief Jay Freeman is participated in a live chat on TUAW.com today discussing the implications of Apple's new signature server, and running his own version for the jailbreaking community.
Not long after Google's Eric Schmidt talks of how apps for Glass will require Google's approval, a renowned hacker/developer gains access to the gadget's operating system. But just what might that mean?
Released on Monday, the new jailbreak led to 1.7 million downloads by the following morning, according to Cydia's appstore administrator.
Continuing a string of revelations about its high-tech spectacles, Google makes the software kernel underlying the devices -- and the things they'll eventually let you do -- available for download.
Jay Freeman, the man behind the Cydia app store for jailbroken iPhones, has committed to developing an equivalent jailbreak store for Macs.
Jailbreaking your iPhone or other mobile devices will no longer violate federal copyright law, thanks to a new ruling that updates the 1998 DMCA.
CNET UK columnist and Gadget Show presenter Jon Bentley visits the world's first iOS jailbreaking convention to see how people are customising their iPhones.
Skype and Cydia also joined the Firefox developer in supporting the EFF, which is trying to get a DMCA exemption for those who jailbreak their iPhones.
Unofficial "jailbreak" iPhone apps live on