jailbreak

Today's Obsession: Forget about Monday's Obsession

So, today, I’m going to rescind Monday’s entry. I read a bit more about the actual technology behind jailbreak.me, which can be done on your iPhone via Safari, and brother, it is scary. This should never have been labeled as “freely-available jailbreaking,” but rather “a code exploit free in the wild.” To explain: this...

Today’s Obsession: Jailbreaking your iPhone

Last week’s iPhone scandal came in the form of the U.S. Library of Congress’ decision that jailbreaking your iPhone is legal and doesn’t infringe upon Apple’s copyright. What this means to all of us, the end-users of Apple’s products, is that we can use them as we see fit, outside of the context of...