June 8, 2011
Dan Goodin reports on the jailbreak.
“The jailbreak is of the tethered-boot variety, meaning jailbroken iDevices must be connected to a computer each time they reboot. There was no mention of an untethered jailbreak coming to the new OS.”
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols writes about the significance of June 8 in the networking space.
“We’ve been running out of IPv4 addresses for some time on the Internet, but few sites already offer their services via the next generation of Internet addresses, IPv6. Despite the fact that we’re now down to the last few IP addresses, indeed Asia is already out, of major sites, only some of Google’s sites; Netflix, to a degree; Germany’s Heise Online; Facebook at www.v6.facebook.com; and Limelight currently offer IPv6 addressing on a regular basis.”
Dave Courbanou looks at what the iCloud means for the channel.
“I’ve yet to find a more ubiquitous, seamless and invisible cloud backup solution. The added bonus that not a single traditional computer is required to utilize these features will be a huge differentiator in how IT admins choose their mobile strategy.”