- Wait For Windows 7 SP1, Support Firm Warns Users
- Installing Linux On Old Hardware?
- * Review: Hackable Linux NAS, the D-Link DNS-323 *
- Droid: Motorola’s Savior Or Google’s False Profit?
- Sprint gears up for more Android, BlackBerry and Windows Mobile goodness
- Android 2.0 ported to the G1/Dream
- Will Google and Android Kill Standalone GPS?
- * A Good HTPC Linux Distribution *
- Verizon's 'iDon't' Campaign Creates Humor, Not Sales (NewsFactor)
- Canonical Matures Linux-based Netbook OS
- Verizon Wireless stores opening at 6AM on November 6th?
- Best Buy offers Motorola DROID presale for the impatient starting today
– Not sure if I agree with this. I’ve been using Windows 7 on one of my test machines, and I’ve been pretty happy with it so far. Honestly, if you waited for all the problems to be worked out of Windows, you’d never install it in the first place. Then again, maybe you should just install Linux and wait for all the bugs to be worked out of Windows. You’ll be happier for it.
– One of the huge benefits of Linux. It’ll go on almost anything.
– It’s going to be interesting to see all the new devices (and old) that come out with Android 2.0. Everything I’ve read recently says that it’s a solid OS which matches the iPhone OS on pretty much all levels. The fact that it’s also an open development platform should add a significant advantage to Google.
– Seems unlikely, but who knows?
– Not sure how they can tell how successful it was before any phones are actually in people’s hands. Tad premature maybe?
– Get there early.