iPad 4G – Launched

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks during an Apple product launch event at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts on March 7, 2012 in San Francisco, California. In the first product release following the death of Steve Jobs, Apple Inc. introduced the third version of the iPad and an updated Apple TV. (AFP Photo)

Apple on Wednesday announced a new iPad to replace iPad2. The new tablet sports a 9.7-inch ‘retina display’ with 2047 x 1536 pixels and is powered by A5X, a processor with two CPU cores and four GPU cores. The new iPad will go on sale on March 16 with price starting from $499 in the US and nine other countries.

In India, the tablet is likely to be launched in a few months.

How to jailbreak iPad 2 iphone 4s 5.0.1 untethered

How to jailbreak iPad 2 iphone 4s 5.0.1 untethered Absinthe yes now . The Dream Team and Chronic Dev team have released Absinthe untethered jailbreak 5.0.1 iPhone 4S / iPad 2.

Required Downloads to jailbreak iPad 2 iphone 4s 5.0.1 untethered  Absinthe

Download iTunes 
Download Absinthe 1.0.0 (Mac OS X – Windows )
Download Absinthe 1.2.2 (Mac OS X – Windows )
Download iPhone 4S iOS5.0.1
Download iPad 2 iOS 5.0.1

How to jailbreak iPad 2 iphone 4s 5.0.1 untethered Absinthe ?

Step 1: Connect your iPad 2 or iPhone 4S with your PC via USB

Step2: open iTunes then Restore to iOS 5.0.1.

Step 3: Download Absinthe 1.2.2 , then unzip and run the file.

jailbreak iPad 2 iphone 4s 5.0.1 untetheredStep 4: Connect your iPad 2 / iPhone 4s with your PC via USB.

Step 5: Now click on “Jailbreak” button follow the steps appear on the Absinthe screen, Once completed, then you will find Absinthe icon on Home screen, click on Absinthe icon GreenPois0n site will loading,then your device will reboot, now you will find Cydia icon on your iPad 2 / iPhone 4s.

Simian: Mac OS X package deployment via App Engine

Administration of software packages on the Mac platform can often be daunting. Google’s Mac Operations and Security teams evaluated several solutions for OS X package deployment, but unfortunately none of them met all of our required features. …

Administration of software packages on the Mac platform can often be daunting. Google’s Mac Operations and Security teams evaluated several solutions for OS X package deployment, but unfortunately none of them met all of our required features. We decided to build our own solution to do the following:

  • Deploy new or updated software by targeting a single Mac or tens of thousands.
  • Push security patches, whether the Mac is on an internal network/VPN or not.
  • Force mandatory installation of some packages, while allowing others to be optional.
  • Tightly manage Apple-provided updates.
  • Scale without deploying and maintaining additional server infrastructure.
  • Obtain reports on all of this and the fleet overall.

Today we are open-sourcing Simian, our solution to enterprise-class Mac OS X package deployment. Simian uses App Engine-based hosting to scale with the needs of your growing enterprise, and a Munki-based client which will continue to evolve through the outstanding work of Greg Neagle and the Munki community. We hope this to be the first of many announcements in sharing Google’s unique IT approach with the larger community.

For more information, please visit our Simian project page, join the discussion list, and download the code. For more information about Munki, please visit its project page.

By John Randolph and Justin McWilliams, Google Corporate Platforms Engineering Team

(Cross-posted from the Google Open Source blog.)

Improvements up and down for Picasa Web Albums Uploader

By Greg Robbins, Software EngineerOur new release of Picasa Web Albums Uploader for Mac OS X adds some valuable improvements suggested by users. If you share photos and videos on Picasa Web Albums with friends and family, you’ll find this update work…

By Greg Robbins, Software Engineer

Our new release of Picasa Web Albums Uploader for Mac OS X adds some valuable improvements suggested by users. If you share photos and videos on Picasa Web Albums with friends and family, you’ll find this update works even more smoothly with iPhoto and other photo management applications on your Mac.
The uploader application and iPhoto export plug-in now try to identify when files are duplicates of photos or videos already in the destination album, and will offer to skip uploading the copies. This is especially helpful when exporting directly from iPhoto, since now you can upload a growing iPhoto album or event repeatedly without having to carefully exclude the files you previously shared.
When photos are resized or are converted to JPEG, the new uploader also offers better image quality, and more consistent preservation of photo metadata like photo orientation and camera details.
This release is also a better foot soldier on the Data Liberation Front. When you use the Picasa Web Albums Uploader application to quickly download one or all of your albums, it will retrieve not just photos but now also a video file for each of your movies when MPEG-4 versions are available from the server. This makes Picasa Web Albums an even better choice for sharing your high-definition videos.
The latest release of the uploader, version 1.4, is available from the download page. If you have an older version of the uploader on your Mac, it may have already updated itself. To share your questions or suggestions, join the conversation in the Mac Uploader area of the Picasa Help forum.

Use Chrome like a pro

Two months ago, Chrome team members shared a list of their favorite extensions on the Official Google blog. This time around, we asked Mac aficionados on the Chrome team to share with us the extensions they like the most. Below is a list of their favor…

Two months ago, Chrome team members shared a list of their favorite extensions on the Official Google blog. This time around, we asked Mac aficionados on the Chrome team to share with us the extensions they like the most. Below is a list of their favorite extensions.

  • Google Voice – Make calls, send SMS, preview inbox and get notified of new messages right in your browser (US only).
  • Send from Gmail – Makes Gmail your default email application and provides a button to compose a Gmail message to quickly share a link via email.
  • iReader – View news stories and other articles in a very easy to read, clutter-free, scrollable display.
  • Google Dictionary – View definitions easily as you browse the web, similar to using ⌘-Option-D in other Mac applications.
  • delicious bookmarks – Integrate your bookmarks with Google Chrome with the official Chrome extension for Delicious, the world’s leading social bookmarking service.
  • Instachrome – Collect articles from around the Internet to read them on the web with Instapaper.

These are just a few extensions to help enhance your web browsing experience and address the most requested features. If you don’t have Google Chrome yet, you can download it here. There are more than 7,000 extensions to choose from in our Google Chrome Extensions gallery, so you’ll be sure to find the right extensions for you.

Posted by Mike Pinkerton, Staff Software Engineer