Now available version for developers, u can download it from our Cydia repo: Package ID: Version: 1.1-dev Architecture: iphoneos-arm Maintainer: Dmitriy Garitskiy <http://SiriPort.Ru> Pre-Depends: firmware (>= 7.1), firmware (<< 8) Depends: mobilesubstrate, preferenceloader, p7zip, grep, coreutils, com.ericasadun.utilities Filename: deb//SiriPort_Ru_iOS7_Siri_Original_dev.deb Size: 96718084 MD5sum: a7b3e44d294cec0e2a9cd7ca68acc820 SHA1: e0ee19b60ec7915319322cdd20a7d84e95315565 SHA256: f9e2463dd05a87c3e6c2872741aea34e01485e353f3f60251299aaec25fb0a77 Section: Siri Homepage: Description: Siri […]

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Theses are the error messages. Trying to overwrite/applications/’, which is also in package Sub-process/use.bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) U need delete package SiriPort Original iOS 7 [DEV] Safe Mode bug Remove winterborad (Winter board conflicts with it somehow… That makes it go into safe mode… Btw some apple wallpapers work on black screen) […]

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A new feature in the Mirage desktop management tool lets administrators control bandwidth use at branch offices VMware has upgraded desktop management tool Mirage with bandwidth control features and also published APIs to allow sharing of the data it collects. Mirage is a key part of VMware's desktop push. Its role is to simplify management [...] Read more
Privately held Metacloud provides OpenStack-as-a-service for global enterprises Cisco this week said it will acquire privately held Metacloud, an operator of private OpenStack clouds for global enterprises. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Metacloud offers an OpenStack-as-a-Service that remotely operates private clouds in a customer’s data center. Cisco says Metacloud will augment its strategy [...] Read more
Tired of being ineffective and unloved? It's time to act different When Apple Pay was announced last week, I very quickly saw IT folks at retailers and elsewhere saying it was old technology. Platform partisans were quick to point out that Android phones have had the required NFC chips for several years, and Google has [...] Read more
Types of Internet connections available in home networking As a homeowner (or renter), you likely have several options for how to connect to the Internet. The connection method you choose affects how a home network must be set up to support Internet connection sharing. Each Internet network connection alternative is described here. DSL - Digital [...] Read more
T1 and T3 are two common types of leased lines used in telecommunications. Both T1 lines and T3 lines are reserved circuits that operate over either copper or fiber optic cables. T1 and T3 are typically rented by organizations at a monthly or yearly rate to connect geographically separated offices for private voice and/or data [...] Read more
Fluke Networks Introduces Trio of “Accelerator” Solutions to Speed Fiber Inspection, Certification, and Testing FI-7000 FiberInspector Pro, Singlemode MultiFiber Pro, and SmartLoop OTDR for OptiFiber Pro helps data center, large enterprise, and datacom technicians complete fiber jobs in less than half the time Fluke Networks today unveiled three new solutions for its family of cabling [...] Read more
The companies say their combined product lines will provide views into both wired and wireless networks A powerhouse in wired network testing and monitoring made a big move into wireless LANs on Thursday as Fluke Networks announced an agreement to buy AirMagnet. Fluke makes a variety of products for both enterprise and service-provider networks, including [...] Read more
Meru hits enterprise sweet spot, EnGenius and ZyXEL target SMBs with 802.11ac access points. Last year, we reviewed two 802.11ac access points and six 802.11ac adapters. Earlier this year, we reviewed five mobile 802.11ac devices. Now we take a look at five more 802.11ac devices that have hit the market: four access points and one wireless bridge. The access [...] Read more
iCloud on iOS secretly keeps last three backups, says Check Point Software researcher The hackers who broke into iCloud accounts could have accessed revealing images and data users believed had been deleted weeks or even months in the past, an eagle-eyed Check Point Software researcher has discovered. Check Point information security strategist Moti Sagey started looking into [...] Read more
Ubuntu Linux maker's BootStack offering can be on-premise or hosted via a partnership with IBM Softlayer Canonical has a new stack -- a managed version of OpenStack, that is, with plans for on-premise and remotely hosted incarnations. The company calls it BootStack, though according to, it was originally named Your Cloud in a preliminary announcement at [...] Read more