• Android exploit turns smartphone into USB security hole

    A new exploit potentially turning Android phones into USB hacking tools has been revealed, which might make users more wary of plugging smartphones into their computers to sync or recharge. The exploit, developed by Angelos

    January 20, 2011 • Views: 62

  • CyanogenMod 7 Quadrant Benchmark on Nexus S [Exclusive]

    Take a peek here at CyanogenMod 7 as it is right this moment, by the numbers, straight off the press on a Quadrant benchmark. A total of 1717 on a brand new Nexus S, and that's without ext4 implemented, without being overclocked.

    January 16, 2011 • Views: 178

  • CyanogenMod 7 Releasing Nightly Builds NOW

    Take a peek oh you lovers of the biggest everloving green mod of them all, CyanogenMod - the nightly builds are being pushed out like babies into the world where they'll grow into big strong hacks of tomorrow - and Chris Soyars

    January 16, 2011 • Views: 63

  • HTC ThunderBolt RUU Version 1.05.605.0 Leaks with PG05IMG In Tow

    Remember all the way back last week when that RUU from the brand-spanking-new HTC Thunderbolt leaked? Well now there's a brand-spankinger-newer one out, and this one's out with a PG05IMG right beside it! If you would like to get

    January 12, 2011 • Views: 49

  • MeeGo on Nexus S video demo

    The MeeGo on Nexus S project continues, with the dim screen brightness of the first build now tweaked for a far more usable level, and a video demo of GLXGEARS and the Fennec mobile browser in action released. Developer Steve

    January 10, 2011 • Views: 68

  • NOOKcolor Hacked and Given Ubuntu

    Having reviewed the NOOKcolor myself, hands on and clicking, reading and watching videos, all that stuff firsthand, I can tell you that this little pad has some juice to it. But it's locked down. It's a closed system made so that

    January 8, 2011 • Views: 57

  • Android Market now on Logitech Revue via Brute Force Hack

    So you've in the jailbreak mood and you've got a hankering for a job that requires not only hacks of your device on the inside, but physical changes on your outside as well. How about a Logitech Revue jailbreak, one that requires

    January 8, 2011 • Views: 84

  • Nexus S overclocked to 1.2GHz with new Bionix NS1 kernel

    The Nexus S' single-core Hummingbird processor was one of the main disappointments about the second official Googlephone, so we won't argue with a replacement kernel that can squeeze extra juice out of the Samsung chip. A new

    January 2, 2011 • Views: 83

  • Android TV DIY Kit Details: Cost, Difficulty Level, Release Date, Bricking, Google TV?

    As you very well may have read a few days ago, a group called vidtonic will be showing off a built-it-yourself Android powered television at CES 2011. At the first announcement, not many details were given - that's all changing

    December 31, 2010 • Views: 114

  • [How To] McGyver Your Android’s Battery

    Before we begin, remember that the first person to do this was a fellow by the name of Sorensiim, aka the McGyver of Android, so don't be surprised if you can't do it on the first try or you end up making your device explode into

    December 30, 2010 • Views: 143