- Droids Earn Business Cred with Android 2.2
- PC Magazine ‘death grip’ tests confirm Apple’s claims
- T-Mobile rumored (again) to beat Verizon to iPhone punch (Ben Patterson)
- Nook for Android Is Here
- Forced iAds Coming To OS X?
- 'Bloatware' Becoming a Problem On Android Phones
- 55.5% of Android users running version 2.1
- Motorola DROID X gets rooted
- Barnes and Noble plays ball with Amazon, releases Android app
- enTourage partners with Cengage Learning, O’Reilly, and the University of Chicago Press
- RIM Offers Peek at Multimedia Features of New OS
– This is the last time I'm going to post about the iPhone showing up on any network other than At&t. It's just getting annoying.
– I dare you Apple.
– While I agree that this is a problem, it’s not a problem that’s isolated to the Android. Try removing the calculator from your iPhone sometime. I replaced my Youtube with Google’s web version, and I just had to stick the old version in a folder somewhere. It can’t be removed, even if I want to.
– I read a review where the Droid X got bagged on because of the e-fuse, and here we have the Droid X rooted. Totally ignored the e-fuse, and it didn’t brick the phone. Sounds like there was a lot of worry for nothing.
– The operating system for this baby is listed as “Linux® with Google® Android™”. Anybody care to take a guess what that’s suppose to mean?