Archive for March 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 22, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 21, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 20, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 19, 2010

iPad Humor

I thought that this particular page was worth it’s own post.  SmashingShare has a pretty good list of iPad jokes, and a few of them warranted a “guffaw”.  I think you should spend the 2 minutes necessary to check them out.

Link Here.

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 18, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 17, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 16, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 15, 2010

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 13, 2010

  • Here Come the Linux iPad Clones
  • – Exactly the reason I’d never buy an iPad (other than their overly lazy implementation). Just like the iPhone is starting to feel the heat from Android devices, the same thing will happen to the iPad, only more quickly. The blood is in the water, and the sharks are circling.

  • Does the iPhone OS Need Multitasking? (PC World)
  • – The short answer is “Hell Yes!” Anybody that’s been working on an app and received a phone call knows that their app is closed, and they get to start from scratch unless it’s the music player, Safari, or the mail app. Pisses me off every time it happens.

  • Nokia Asks Judge to Dismiss Apple's Antitrust Claims
  • – Almost funny to see Apple being fed it’s own BS. We’ll see how this one plays out.

  • Android on the rise as Windows Mobile falters
  • – And this, boys and girls, is why Apple is sueing HTC. Android’s market share(7.1%) is still relatively small compared to Apple’s(25.1%), but Apple’s market share has increased .3% over the last year. Not mindblowingly awesome. Google’s has increased 4.3%. More than any other Smartphone platform. Cower Apple. Cower.