Since ’09 scams have been going around twitter to get users to hand over their account information. How this system works, is DM’s are sent to you by unauthorized and bots that have access to your account. You can go to the apps on twitter a revoke access and change your password. What these scammers do is tweet to your followers different ads and promotions. Then DM your followers with link to steal their info when click. More information is in the video below.
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Posted by malikhinds on February 26, 2012
Cretouch’s carbon skin for the macbook pro offers great protection for the back of the device. It’s thick plastic design is strong and will prevent any scratches to the covered parts of the device, sadly, this skin only comes with a skin for the back of your device. This will only allow you to protect the back of your display. The skin has a rather interesting feel to it has it looks like the weaving of a picnic basket. This immaculate skin will stand out among many verities of skins.
Installation was quick and simple, you require no solution. Simply peel the skin off the paper, passion it on the device, then remove any air bobbles.
Thats it! Removing the air bobbles was a bit difficult, the skin comes with no soft card nor does it include a squeegee. Over all installation was a breeze and you can remove this skin as many times as you want because it does not lose it’s stick.
For the price of $20 bucks It comes with a micro-fiber as well has the skin of it self.
Posted by malikhinds on December 10, 2011
Hey Tekportal Viewers. I know some of us don’t own a iPhone 4S and can’t experience Siri one on one. Well today if you have a iPhone 4,3GS or iPod Touch 4G and Jailbroken on iOS 5 you are in luck. Today in cydia in a private repo (shown in the video). The video shows you how to get Siri Dictation on your iDevice and works fine and is 100 percent legal. So guys let me know what you think about it?
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Posted by EverythingiOSDevice on November 30, 2011