iOS 8 screenshot leaked

Posted on April 19, 2014

A screenshot of iOS 8 has been leaked and has been making the rounds in the interwebs. The iOS update is expected this year but Apple has yet to confirm or deny that iOS 8 would be released and when.

iOS 8 screenshot leaked

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If you want to have access to PSN on your Vita but for some reason you do not want to update it to the latest firmware, we got the answer here for you. As we all know in order to access PSN you would be required to have the latest PS Vita Firmware installed. PlayStation Vita developer iAmGhost has released an update to VitaUpdateBlocker for PS Vita homebrew users.

PS VITA

What it does is that it basically tricks your Vita by using a proxy trick (based from Charles Proxy trick) so that you can gain access to PSN without the need to be on the latest PS Vita Firmware.

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This video tells us that there was actually a partnership between now gaming rivals Sony and Nintendo for a future game console. But due to a dick move by Nintendo, Sony actually got the idea of entering the gaming business and came up with the PlayStation 1.

The video is a nice history lesson for all you gaming fans out there. And it won’d bore the hell out of you since the video is only 6 minutes long.

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MultiMAN v04.55.01 released

Posted on March 31, 2014

Deank has released a new update for Multiman with MultiMAN v04.55.01, the update is also available in the Web Column while on Multiman.

MultiMAN v04.55.01

Here’s what’s included in the MultiMan 04.55.01 update:
* Fixed USB bus scanning and reset for CFW 4.53 and 4.55
* Updated Showtime for mM to version 04.05.302
* Fixed few other things
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Sony has released a mandatory firmware update for the PS Vita with Firmware 3.12. The update fixes a buy that was introduced by the Firmware update 3.10 that was released just a few days ago.

PS Vita Firmware 3.12




The PS Vita 3.10 firmware update included a memory card manager but also introduced a bug that caused large capacity memory cards such as the 32GB and 64GB ones to fail, which caused the PS Vita to restart and prompt to reformat the card pops up.

PSVita Memory Card Manager




Users can now update to the latest firmware in order to fix this issue. Users affected by the bug are advised to update to the 3.12 firmware by removing the memory card and update the firmware. And in case an error pops up due to the Vita not having a memory card while downloading the update, you can also update your PS Vita via your PC or PS3.

Apple rolls out the iOS 7.1 update today

Posted on March 12, 2014

Apple has recently rolled out the first major iOS update since introducing us to iOS 7 last June, the iOS 7 update has been rolled out quietly and packs a lot of updates that includes significant changes to Siri, iTunes Radio, improvements to overall system performance, and the introduction of CarPlay.

iOS 7.1 update

The iOS 7.1 update is also quite a large download with around 186MB total which will take some time to fully download for those with slower connections.

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PSNpatch 2.30 now available

Posted on March 6, 2014

PS3 Homebrew developer KW has released an update for PSNpatch with PSNpatch 2.30. (This was originally inspired by the works of fellow homebrew developers “stoker25″ and “user”.)

PSNpatch 2.30 now available

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A few weeks ago Apple has quietly released their latest iOS update with iOS 7.0.6 along with the iOS 6.1.6 update that is intended for older iOS devices such as the iPhone 3GS and the 4th-gen iPod touch.

Apple quietly rolled out the iOS 7.0.6 and iOS 6.1.6 update




As seen in the screen grab above, the update included is more of a security update that adds a security fix for SSL connection verification. It’s just a small update totaling to only 13.6 MB and updating your devices would not take long.

The updates are available for all supported iPhones, iPads, and iPods as over-the-air updates on your iOS device.



Just when you thought Flappy Bird was already raking it big by taking in around 50k USD a day, Clash of Clans’ daily earnings will surprise you.

You wont believe how much Clash of Clans earns in a single day

Finnish developer Supercell, the creators of the highly addictive and competitive free-to-play game called Clash OF Clans had their sales figures released from a report from Business Insider. And the report indicates that the game is earning more than half a million dollars on a daily basis.
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Rogero 4.55 v1.00 CFW now available

Posted on February 16, 2014

PS3 CFW users have been waiting for this for some time now, and thanks to the beta testers along with fellow PS3 developer Habib, Rogero has finally released Rogero 4.55 CFW to the public.

Expect a Rogero 4.55 CFW anytime soon

Here’s whats included in the Rogero 4.55 v1.00 CFW:

ReactPSN patch.
Cinavia Disabled for HDD content playback only.
noBD/noBT patches to allow installation on consoles with broken BluRay Drive or Bluetooth board.
This CFW can be installed fine from XMB Update over OFW3.55 or any CFW ver < = 4.55
HDD can be swapped/changed and the CFW will re-install without any problem.
Patched LV1 to disable LV2 Protection.
Patched LV1 to add peek/poke support.
Patched LV1 Core OS Hash Check (to prevent Bricking on non-dehashed downgraded consoles)
Patched LV2 to add peek/poke support.
QA Flag enabled by default to allow for easier downgrading using Recovery Menu.
RSOD screen bypass patch for RSOD machines (it won't fix the RSOD but allows the PS3 to boot fine into XMB)
PSN/SEN access is available but it's not recommended.
It can run games signed with Keys up to version 4.55 without any Eboot/Sprx patching needed.
The CFW can be used for Downgrading with Hardware flashers with PS3 Flash Tool v4.55

Here’s how to install Rogero 4.55 CFW:
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