Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 12, 2010

Google: We're no Copycats. Apple's Rewriting History – Apple has a history of trying to rewrite history. This wouldn’t be a change. Consumer Reports: iPhone 4 antenna issues are hardware related – What? Apple not giving it’s customers the full story? I’m sure this will play nicely into that Class Action Lawsuit they’ve got pending. … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 10, 2010

Apple Says iPhone 4 Patch Won't Fix Antenna Problem (NewsFactor) – I love how the antenna design is still called “innovative” when it’s screwing things up badly. I’m pretty sure that I wouldn’t call it that. AT&T Samsung Captivate hands on! REMNux, the Malware Analysis Linux OS 10 Ways Curated App Stores Undermine Developers Motorola … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 9, 2010

comScore: Android gains 4 points in U.S. smartphone market share, Samsung top overall OEM – Android gains more ground. iPhone 4 bursts into flames, burns hand – Finally, something justifies people calling the iPhone 4 “hot”. Samsung Captivate to launch on AT&T July 18th, $199 Daring Fireball: Microsoft sold 503 KINs – Wow. 503. I … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 8, 2010

A Flood of Stable Linux Kernels Released AT&T statement: software defect is the upload bottleneck, fix in the works – Lotta software issues with these things. Apple software issues. At&t software issues. Do these people test before shipping? Motorola CHARM is official, exclusive to T-Mobile USA this summer Ars Technica: Android 2.2 JavaScript performance “destroys” … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 7, 2010

Droid Rage: Verizon's latest ad mocks iPhone 4's antenna woes (Macworld.com) – Droid mocks iPhone. Pretty funny actually. The Steve Jobs E-Mail Generator More Trouble In Apple's App Store Apple's App StoreUnder Hack Attack – But you can’t hack Mac! It’s IMPOSSIBLE!! Adobe demos Flash 10.1 running on DROID X – Something Apple says cannot … [Read more…]