21.09.2012
Cutting the Nano-SIM for iPhone 5: Stencil to do it yourself

Cutting the Nano-SIM for iPhone 5: Stencil to do it yourself

Nano SIMs are basically just smaller Mini-/Micro-SIM with the same chip and contact design, which makes it possible to cut them to a smaller form factor. There are special punchers on the market which cut older SIM to the Nano SIM format, but you can also use scissors and our stencil to make it yourself (...). Weiterlesen!
16.11.2011
Settings shortcuts for iOS 5: Open preferences from your home screen

Settings shortcuts for iOS 5: Open preferences from your home screen

Every time you want to switch Bluetooth or other iPhone features off/on you have to navigate through several menus before you reach preferences. Kai Schneider makes it easier for you now: He offers a set of shortcuts for iPhone and iPod touch you can use to directly navigate to certain options without the need for (...). Weiterlesen!
03.11.2010
How To: Windows 3.1 On The iPad Using DOSPad – Installation, Mouse, Drivers, Sound

How To: Windows 3.1 On The iPad Using DOSPad – Installation, Mouse, Drivers, Sound

For four hours only, iDOS was available in the App Store before its deletion, since it allows to mount the iPad’s filesystem into a virtual drive. Since then, DOSPad was re-released in the Cydia Store. And while it’s actually some kind of blasphemy, it enables to run a full-featured Windows 3.1 on an iPad or (...). Weiterlesen!
21.06.2010
Cut your Micro-SIM for iPhone 4 and iPad 3G: Stencil and Scissors-Solution

Cut your Micro-SIM for iPhone 4 and iPad 3G: Stencil and Scissors-Solution

The Micro-SIM cards used in the new iPhone 4 and the iPad 3G are (almost) identical and fully compatible to the stansard SIM-Cards used in most mobile phones. Therefore, any SIM can be used as a MicroSIm, too – after the surplus plastic is cutted away. To fit a standard SIM in the microSIM-tray of (...). Weiterlesen!
15.06.2010
HowTo: Watch the Football World Cup without being distracted by Vuvuzelas

HowTo: Watch the Football World Cup without being distracted by Vuvuzelas

Since the beginning of this year’s FIFA World Cup, one topic has divided the public. The so-called “vuvuzelas” are South African trumpets which are currently used by football fans to express their euphoria towards their teams, their countries, and football itself.

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