Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 30, 2010

Android on the march (Christopher Null) Microsoft reportedly cancels Courier tablet prototype ( – Noooooooooooooooooo! Stupid Microsoft. Skyfire for Android streams Flash video Ubuntu 10.04 Released Steve Jobs’ Apple-Adobe Letter: A Bullshit-Free Translation – A seemingly accurate translation of Steve Job’s recent Flash letter. * Jobs on Flash: Hypocrisy So Thick You Could Cut it … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 28, 2010

Android 2.2 to include full support for Adobe Flash – Sorry iPhone, just another thing that Android Does, but you Don’t. High-tech task force that receives Apple’s assistance fielded DA referral in Gizmodo case (The Newsroom) A Sneak Peek at BlackBerry 6 OS (PC World) Blackberry Software Takes Cues from iPhone, Android ( AdMob Says … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 27, 2010

Gizmodo editor’s home raided in iPhone prototype probe (AFP) Raid After iPhone Scoop Despite Milestone, Google's Android Market is Obscure (NewsFactor) – We’ll have to do something about that. Criminal charges possible in case of prototype iPhone leak ( Nexus One Is Out at Verizon, But ‘Cousin’ Will Be Offered (NewsFactor) No Verizon Partnership For … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 26, 2010

These location-based iPhone apps should survive Facebook world domination (Appolicious) No Nexus One for Verizon after all? (Ben Patterson) Police Probe Sale of Apple’s ‘Lost’ iPhone 4G Prototype (NewsFactor) Vodafone Nexus One available for pre-order today, retail sales begin April 30th Official: HTC Nexus One not coming to Verizon Wireless – This is disappointing, but … [Read more…]