- Nexus One to call on Sprint too
- Motorola Droid Finally Gets Android 2.1 Upgrade
- Android Market Push Threatens BlackBerry and iPhone (PC World)
- Sprint to support Google's Nexus One smartphone (Reuters)
- Android 2.1 Finally Makes It To Droid
- Is Microsoft About To Declare Patent War On Linux?
- Microsoft's Internet Explorer 9 Browser: FAQ (PC World)
- NYT: Apple's Spat with Google Is Getting Personal
- Microsoft: Apple vs. HTC "Positive Development"
- SCO Asked O'Gara To Smear Groklaw
- 11th Circuit Eliminates 4th Amend. In E-mail
- Google Nexus One Now Available From World’s Crappiest Carrier
– You bet it does. Why do you think that Apple is suing HTC? It’s to stop Android, not because they’re actually worried about HTC.
– Glad to see this, but I’m a little annoyed that Google seems to be wanting to extend it’s “Google Only” availability they’ve been going with. The fact that a phone this sweet is selling so poorly should be a big red flag to the people over at Google.
– I’m wondering who Microsoft would sue first. The Linux world isn’t the nice and tidy world Microsoft is used to. You can’t crush Open Source out of existance because it’s free for any company to pick back up. Not even Microsoft has enough money to sue everybody in the world.
– It’s more interesting to me that Microsoft sat on IE6 for so long, but when actual competition showed up, they’ve been cranking out version after version. Stick with Firefox, Chrome, or even Safari. If Microsoft wins the day, you can bet your bright and shiny new IE version will be around a long, LONG time.
– It’s funny that Steve Jobs has a tantrum every time someone decides to not let him dominate a market with a mediocre product. You can almost see him kicking and flailing around screaming “NO FAIR!” Sorry Steve. You’re going to have to grow up some day.
– It’s not surprising that Microsoft is backing this move by Apple. Apple has relegated itself to a niche market that will never really challenge Microsoft. Google won’t be satisfied with that, and take Microsoft head on. Microsoft knows this, and so anything that stands in Google’s way is a “good” thing as far as they’re concerned. I don’t think that there’s a lot of people out there that think that Apple has a solid chance of winning this thing, and with Google promising to support HTC, Apple won’t be able to use it’s big bank account to force HTC into a compromise. Should be interesting to watch.
– It was suspected at the time, and now is proven. SCO was behind Maureen O’Gara. Thankfully PJ handled it like the Professional she is.
– Keep this in mind when you’re sending e-mail. The government (either party) has little or NO respect for your privacy.