Multitasking in for iPhone 4.0? – While it’s probably a better idea than Apple’s latest ill-conceived lawsuites to compete with Android, I wouldn’t hold your breath on this one. Don’t see it happening. Opera Mini 5 Released for Android-Powered Smartphones (NewsFactor) Prototype $200 Tablet Runs Android, Chromium OS, Linux (PC World) Android phones get Opera … [Read more…]
Linux Takes Over E-Voting In Australian State – Well, it’s cool that they’re going to be using Linux, but I’m not so sure about this “Gentoo release of Red Hat Enterprise Linux”. HP Slate vs. iPad: Focus on Flash (PC World) – While I like this Windows 7 tablet beating the iPad down due to … [Read more…]
The Secret Origin of Windows Apple to be the Android killer? Windows Phone 7 Series the Savior? – Apple looks VERY afraid. All Your Apps Are Belong to Apple: The iPhone Developer Program License Agreement – All the more reason to develope for Android instead of iPhone/iPad. Do you really want to put up with … [Read more…]
Android Finally Invades AT&T (PC World)
Oh, You Know, Just Playin' Muh Games – So when are we going to be seeing this commercial?
New Crossover Release With Improved Compatability – If you absolutely MUST run Windows applications, Crossover is the way to do it. Microsoft "Courier" Pictures – OK, I’m showing some love to Courier today. I’m really hoping that something like what they’re showing us really does hit the market. I’d buy one if I had to … [Read more…]
Waiting for iPad? Sales date is set – Eagerly anticipated by whom? Well, if you’re planning on wasting your money, here’s the date.
Ubuntu Gets a New Visual Identity – More on Ubuntu’s change of face.
Canonical Unveils New Ubuntu Design, Themes, Logos – New themes and visuals for Ubuntu. Not sure how I feel about some of their design choices (not that they can’t be changed, which is one of the joys of Linux). More on that later. Ubuntu Desktop In the Cloud Where Android beats the iPhone (InfoWorld) – … [Read more…]
SCO Zombie McBride's New Plan For World Litigation – Really? Again? Hasn’t he learned his lesson after repeated failures? He has no case! Just drop it already. Matt Asay Answers Your Questions About Ubuntu and Canonical