Huawei E587 (T-Mobile 4G Sonic Hotspot): Information and rooting

Earlier this year, I got my hands on the T-Mobile 4G Sonic Hotspot and as always, had to tear it apart as soon as I got it. I never wrote about it because I didn’t find anything overly interesting, but now it’s the end of the year, and I need to clear some inventory from my brain. If anyone remembers my post on the (older) T-Mobile 4G Hotspot (sans “Sonic”), the main limitation of that device was that the processor is an obscure one that required some digging to get information on. Thankfully, the Sonic variety is much easier to break into.

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PlayStation Vita: the progress and the plan

Sorry that it’s been a while since I’ve said anything about the Vita. I was caught by surprise the last time of all the media attention from just a simple call for help. While I still don’t want to say too much right now, I do want to answer some common questions I’ve been getting and also go over what needs to be done.

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[April Fools] Yifan Lu has been acquired by Electronic Arts Inc.

KATY, Texas, Apr 01, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) – Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today announced it has acquired Yifan Lu, a leading innovator and badass for $4.95 USD and two chicken sandwiches. The acquisition accelerates EA’s position in popular appeal and strengthens its focus on the destruction of gaming. Yifan Lu will operate within EA Sports, a division of EA focused on changing logo text.

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[April Fools] Electronic Arts Inc. announces the closing of Yifan Lu

KATY, Texas, Apr 01, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) – Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: ERTS) today announced it will be permanently closing it’s doors at Yifan Lu. “The hardest part of my job is laying off employees. That and making games. Shit’s hard, we should start doing that soon.” commented EA CEO John Riccitiello in an earnings call following the announcement of the cuts. “It was tough having to get rid of such an awesome guy, but because of the drops of profits caused weak game sales (which was in correlation to the increase in the IQ of an average video game buyer), we had to make difficult decisions.” Yifan Lu has been responsible for hit titles such as TBA, Coming Spring 2013, and Project Canceled.

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