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iOS developers plan an alternative to WWDC after sell out

Friday, April 27th, 2012

Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference is scheduled to take place in San Francisco from June 11th to June 15th. Tickets for the event sold out in less than two hours, leaving many West Coast developers in the dark, and the Cupertino-based company is enforcing restrictions this year that prevent tickets from being transferred. For developers who aren’t interested in legally changing their name to get past Apple’s restrictions, there is an alternative — Indie Developer Labs. “Indie Developer Labs is an open area where developers are provided with space to work, free Wi-Fi, and an open environment to connect with other developers. Our mission is to help foster the collaborative spirit of the Apple developer community,” the organizers said, adding that a hackathon event is being planned as well. The event is being organized by Kyle Kinkade, Craig Fox and Nate True, who are looking to “help the developer community have a place to collaborate during WWDC.” IDL will take place from June 12th to June 15th in San Francisco, just blocks away from where Apple’s event will be held at the Moscone Center.

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Watch 30 Mornings of Glorious Chicago Sunrises [Video]

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

If it’s been years since you’ve been awake early enough to watch a sunrise. If you’re a time-lapse nature junkie. If you know how beautiful the sun-kissed Chicago skyline can be. Doubly so if you don’t. These are the first few reasons why watching Craig Shimala’s Good Morning Chicago should be mandatory. There are at least 30 others. More »


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Researcher will enable hackers to take over millions of home routers

Wednesday, July 21st, 2010
WRT54G

Cisco and company, you’ve got approximately seven days before a security researcher rains down exploits on your web-based home router parade. Seismic’s Craig Heffner claims he’s got a tool that can hack “millions” of gateways using a new spin on the age-old DNS rebinding vulnerability, and plans to release it into the wild at the Black Hat 2010 conference next week. He’s already tested his hack on thirty different models, of which more than half were vulnerable, including two versions of the ubiquitous Linksys WRT54G (pictured above) and devices running certain DD-WRT and OpenWRT Linux-based firmware. To combat the hack, the usual precautions apply — for the love of Mitnick, change your default password! — but Heffner believes the only real fix will come by prodding manufacturers into action. See a list of easily compromised routers at the more coverage link.

Researcher will enable hackers to take over millions of home routers originally appeared on Engadget on Wed, 21 Jul 2010 06:33:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Nintendo DSi LL set loose in Japan

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

Feels nice when a company keeps its promises, doesn’t it? Nintendo said it’d have the newly bulked up DSi LL out in Japan for November 21, and shockingly enough that’s exactly what’s happened. Eager Japanese upgraders have today gotten their mitts on the 4.2-inch (both screens, of course) device, while similarly inclined European and American Nintendo lovers are once again left to envy from afar. Their helping of jumbo DSi, to be known as the XL, will be showing up some time in the first quarter of 2010, long after bragging rights and gift-giving holiday occasions have passed. We’re not sure whether to consider it consolation or cruelty, but you’ll find a gallery containing close-ups of the new machine at the read link.

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Nintendo DSi LL set loose in Japan originally appeared on Engadget on Sat, 21 Nov 2009 18:04:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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