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Talking with Fitbit at CES 2012

Fitbit can help you keep on target with any physical goals by tracking such things as walking, yoga, or weight lifting as well as logging foods you eat, when you eat and more.

Talking with Fitbit at CES 2012, we got a better overall feeling about how they work with iOSCheck out the video above for the full details -- it really is quite an amazing product, especially if you've got some new year's resolutions to keep

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Receive lost pet notifications and track them with Tagg

Tagg is at CES 2012 showing off their tracking app for pets. The hardware receiver is extremely lightweight and attaches directly to your pet's collar. Once activated, the receiver will continuously monitor your pet's location. If they happen to wander outside your home area, you will receive a text or e-mail notification. From there you can track your pet's location via the free application or iPhone and iPad.

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Apple seeds iOS 5.1 beta 3 to developers

Apple has just seeded iOS 5.1 beta 3 to developers. If you're looking to get in the latest iOS beta and have a developers account, you can grab it via over-the-air (OTA) update or download from the developer site now.

The changelog hasn't fully been posted as of yet, so we're left wondering what all has changed but if you happen to spot anything -- by all means drop us a note in the comments and we'll update once we know some more.

Source: Apple

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pod2g posts more details on Corona untether

pod2g has updated his blog with more details on how the Corona untether actually works. If the deep inner workings of exploits such as this interest you, it's definitely something you'll want to check out.

Using a fuzzer, I found after some hours of work that there's a format string vulnerability in the racoon configuration parsing code! racoon is the IPsec IKE daemon (http://ipsec-tools.sourceforge.net/). It comes by default with iOS and is started when you setup an IPsec connection.

Now you got it, Corona is an anagram of racoon :-) .

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Download iOS firmware files, jailbreak tools, and more from our new downloads section!

Looking for a specific iOS IPSW file, specific jailbreak tool, or other iOS related download? Odds are we've got what you need in our brand new downloads page. We'll be updating it regularly and keeping it updated with all new versions of iOS and the latest in jailbreak tools and utilities.

And as always, if we don't have something listed that you think would be a good idea, shoot me an email to ally.kazmucha@tipb.com and we'll try and get it added!

TiPb resource pages to check out:

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Apple TV hacked to run iOS apps

iOS and jailbreak developers Steven Troughton-Smith and Nick, who goes by the Twitter handle @TheMudkip, have hacked together a working window manager for Apple TV, paving the way for the possibility of iPhone and iPad app compatibility on the non-touchscreen device.

I rewrote SpringBoard from scratch using only QuartzCore. MobileX isn't linked against UIKit.

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Forums: iMessage issues, Setting up a new iPad

Find some new Apple products under your tree this year did you?  Welcome to the family, we're glad you're here. Whether you're new to Apple products or old hat -- the TiPb forums are a great resource for discussing all things Apple. Have some questions? Just looking to help others? Join us in the forums, you can register now to get started today:

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redsn0w 0.9.9b9b adds full support for iOS 5.0.1

If you need to tethered jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 via redsn0w you can now do so without having to manually point to iOS 5.0. The Dev-Team has updated their redsn0w tool to offer native support for iOS 5.0.1. Other notable changes include full support for the newer 8GB iPhone 4, iBooks issue fixed, custom IPSWs for 3GS owners without blobs, and more.

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TimmyMe - The official Tim Hortons app receives a makeover

If you live in Canada then you'll know of Tim Hortons. You really cannot travel to far without seeing a Tim Hortons in any portion of Canada and while the franchise is slowly making its way across the US  -- it keeps maintains it dominance over other franchises such as Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts in the great white north.

And now -- Tim Hortons has upped their game quite a bit releasing a new version of their TimmyMe application. The previous version lacked some polish but the latest release has received a UI makeover and more importantly -- now has some freshly added features:

Restaurant Finder

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Apple TV software update 4.4.4 now available

Apple has updated the 2nd-generation Apple TV software to version 4.4.4, which includes general performances and stability improvements and a fix related to an issue that displayed an error when attempting to play certain types of video content.

The new software update comes just a month after their 4.4.3 update, which added support for Netflix streaming in Mexico as well as addressing an audio problem when playing sound through the optical port when your television set is turned off, and carries a new build number (9A406a).

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