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annoyingposter4

Member since: May 13th, 2010

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Sony sues iPhone jailbreaker Geohot over PS3 firmware 3.55 hack (Download Squad)

Jan 12th 2011 12:49PM @Sebastian Anthony

stop using the word jailbreak

Hands-on: Gentle Alarm for Android is a beautiful way to wake up (Download Squad)

Jan 7th 2011 5:02PM theres already an alarm built into android. this is bloatware crap.

Tune Pop for Android lets you easily see what song is playing (Download Squad)

Dec 31st 2010 4:08PM sebastian anthony is an wanna be journalist with no intelligence. stop trying to advertise your crappy site with these useless bloatware apps and then try to attract people to post with flamebait like saying the android notification system is awful. pathetic, you could never think of a better solution in your entire life so dont criticize without useful feedback, clownboy.

Chrome Web Store needs to list geo-restrictions (Download Squad)

Dec 10th 2010 9:55AM the internet is open and should never be geo restricted. hence, the google web app store should never be artificially restricted by geography either. however, a little caveats section could be added under the description with these types of side notes. along the same lines, platform restrictions could be included in there as well. (i noticed the google talk app only works for chrome os)

New York Times Chrome Web app hands-on: jaw-droppingly awesome (Download Squad)

Dec 8th 2010 2:17PM i just removed download squad from my google reader feeds after reading this headline. this site has become nothing but an ad infused, over hyped log of dump. tell me with a straight face you werent paid to say this website passing as an app is "jaw dropping"

Hacked Microsoft Kinect trained to recognize objects (Download Squad)

Nov 29th 2010 1:44PM stop calling a hack you amateurs. first it undermines the work of the developers, making it seem like theyre physically altering the device to do their bidding when instead they are writing their own drivers and software for a standard usb device. they arent doing any hardware hacks so refering to software, the word hack means "to devise or modify (a computer program), usually skillfully" which is NOT what theyre doing, theyre writing their own software from scratch. please change the headlines of your articles its really amateur and misleading to write about things this way

Android 2.3 Gingerbread snapped running on a Nexus S (Download Squad)

Nov 26th 2010 9:13AM oh cool. wait nevermind we all read about this days ago on other sites

Firefox 4 UI update brings snazzy, new alert pop-ups (Download Squad)

Nov 22nd 2010 11:22PM do you realize that every article posted on this site is 4 days older than every other tech blog on the internet? please stick to the download articles and stop spamming my google reader inbox with days old reposts

Google Apps accounts finally get full range of Google services (Download Squad)

Nov 22nd 2010 11:21PM do you realize that every article posted on this site is 4 days older than every othher tech blog on the internet? please stick to the download articles and stop spamming my google reader inbox with days old reposts