- Google to polish Chrome with Web apps store
- VMware, Google To Collaborate on Cloud Applications
- OpenBSD 4.7 Released
- Google Wave: Now open to the public
- Firefox for Android (Fennec) builds updating ‘nightly’
- Google Wave Now Open To All
- * Howto: MacOS 9 on Ubuntu Using SheepShaver *
- Google announces Chrome web store for apps
- BREAKING: Google Opens VP8 Codec, Enables it on YouTube
- Suse Linux gets virtualization, high availability, and desktop boosts
- Apple's IPhone Still Ahead of Android Globally, Says Gartner (PC World)
- VCs see Android gaining on iPhone
- App Industry Roundup: New version of iPhone OS 4 beta arrives for developers
- Verizon Apple iPhone to launch with simultaneous voice and data?
- Rogers releases the Motorola QUENCH for $50
- iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 now available
- iPhone OS 4.0 beta 4 brings AT&T tethering support
– I’ve been using Wave for a while now, and even though this isn’t an OS related bit, I think it’s worth noting.
– How to use an excellent, modern OS to run a terrible, ancient OS. Yay. Still, fun if you’re bored.
– This sounds pretty interesting. I’m curious to see how this plays out on mobile platforms as well.
– Not for long.
– Curious if the Android phones of the time will also have this support.
– While I think tethering is a great idea, I KNOW that At&t's network will crumble under the weight of one person tethered, let alone many. Sounds like a disaster waiting to happen.