Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 31, 2010

Verizon Wireless starting Motorola DROID 2 training RIM BlackPad Expected To Compete with Apple’s iPad (NewsFactor) Google Adds Licensing Server DRM To Android Market Tribalism Is the Enemy Within, Says Shuttleworth RIM’s rumored ‘BlackPad’ tablet due in November? (Ben Patterson) An iPhone App Store That Apple Doesn't Control Dell and HP To Sell Oracle Operating … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 29, 2010

Motorola ad pokes fun at Apple’s iPhone antenna woes (AFP) Study: Verizon smartphones use more data than iPhones ( GNOME 3.0 Delayed Until March 2011 – Bummer. Motorola takes another swipe at iPhone 4, ‘no jacket required’ for DROID X Dell Streak, first impressions T-Mobile’s mystery HSPA+ device actually the HTC myTouch 3G HD? 7-inch, … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 27, 2010

Why Ubuntu Linux Is a Good Business Choice (PC World) – A beginner’s level article. Not bad. ‘Everyone Loves AT&T’ and Other Ridiculous Research iPhone jailbreaking (and all cell phone unlocking) made legal (Christopher Null) Big Loss for Apple: Library of Congress Makes Jailbreaking Legal – I can feel a disturbance in the Reality Distortion … [Read more…]