AT&T prepping network to handle “unannounced” devices? Apple Boot Camp gets updated, now with Windows 7 support TheStreet.com: Apple tablet headed to Verizon? – Assuming the stupid thing exists, that would put an interesting twist on the At&t/Apple relationship. Another week and maybe we'll see something more concrete. BumpTop Mac Released – This is a … [Read more…]
Fox News ‘Confirms’ Apple Tablet, iLife 2010, and Next iPhone OS (PC World) Don't Kill the Messenger: Blaming IE for Attacks is Dangerous (PC World) – Uh, no it’s not. Apple shares hit record high on tablet computer reports (AFP) – OK, this is just getting ridiculous. Windows Mobile 7 to Get Two Versions, Report … [Read more…]
Haiku Gets KOffice Port
ChromeOS Zero Released Apple Seeks Ban on Nokia Products in the US – I just don’t see that happening Apple, but good luck with that. German Government Warns Against Using Internet Explorer – I would have thought that it was common knowledge by now. If you want security, DON’T USE IE!
iToons: The Pain of Being an Apple Fanboy Nexus One Naysayers Are Missing the Bigger Picture (PC World) Google’s Android platform poised to take on iPhone (Reuters) Nexus One is “Good” for Business (PC World) Powerful Linux ISP Router Distribution? Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 2 vs. Early Fedora 13 Benchmarks – Two releases that are months … [Read more…]
AT&T rolls out unlimited text, voice, and data plans What we craved this week: Nexus One, Netflix to Wii, bear country
Android Malware: How Open Is Too Open? Ubuntu 10.04 Alpha 2 Brings Pitivi, Panel Changes CES: Google tweaks its Nexus One pricing CES: Woz: Google's Nexus One is my favorite gadget – I love the Woz…
Microsoft's Bach: Linux to Lose Mobile OS Shake-out (PC World) – Really? A “Microsoft mobile boss” is predicting that Microsoft is going to win? Color me shocked! Linux Foundation launches jobs board (InfoWorld) LG Bets on Android Despite Windows Mobile Deal (PC World) Google Switching To EXT4 Filesystem – Seems like a smart move.
BGR Survey: Android Time! Malware: Android Apps Threaten Mobile Security (PC World) – I kind of like the fact that the users are the ones that report dodgy apps rather than relying on Google to remove those applications themselves just because I don’t want Google turning into the new Apple, but I can see where … [Read more…]
Windows, Office Rentals Now OK with Microsoft – I’m only surprised that this wasn’t OK with them to begin with. Maybe it was because they could make more money selling the license rather than renting it. Now there are other, FREE alternatives and Microsoft wants all the lockin it can get.