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Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Hack your Apple TV 3.0.1

Apple TV
About half a year ago, I was forced to upgrade my Apple TV to version 2.4 because I had accidentally pressed the "Upgrade now" button. A week ago, history repeated itself, and I found myself being forced to upgrade to version 3.0.1 of Apple TV. I had resisted the urge for a long time because I was afraid that I wouldn't be able to hack this new version of the firmware, which would limit my TV watching enjoyment.

As it turned out, I didn't have to worry too much about it. Over at Mocca's "Techie Monster" tribe, I've provided my steps on how to "Hack your Apple TV 3.0.1". As luck would have it, I had nothing to fear, and now my Apple TV 3 is happily hacked, and so can yours!

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Wednesday, January 20, 2010

January 27 is coming, is Apple ready?

Apple January 27 media event invitation
It's not easy being Apple these days. It's on top of the world in music with the iPod and mobile communications with its iPhone. Its Macintosh line of computers has been on a steady upswing.

And everyone's raving about a tablet computer that no one can confirm.

It's quite safe to say that Steve Jobs won't be able -- or allowed! -- to do anything wrong on January 27 during its media event, with the slogan "Come see our latest creation".

Over at Mocca's "Techie Monster" tribe, I jotted down some thoughts about Apple's huge task for the event on "January 27 is coming, is Apple ready?". I hope that Apple -- and its fans -- will be ready for whatever Steve Jobs unveils.

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