- Is Linux Really Harder to Use? (PC World)
- New iPhone Jailbreakme.com method allows for malicious phone access
- Android sales outpacing iPhone (Christopher Null)
- The Great Operating System Games
- Motorola DROID doesn’t… have the hardware to support mobile hotspot creation
- Worldwide smartphone market share grew 64% in Q2, Android shipments grew 886%
- Apple removes antenna videos from site (Macworld.com)
- Microsoft COO: Windows Phone 7 to Europe in October, U.S. in November
- Sprint’s Samsung Epic 4G teaser site goes live
- Free Software Wins, But You Have Nowhere to Install It
- * KDE SC4 Architecture and What it Means for the Future *
- Possible OpenSolaris Fork?
- Linux Kernel 2.6.35 Released
– I honestly don’t think so. In many ways, Linux is easier to use than Windows or the Macintosh.
– Important information for any iPhone user to have.
– This might be the first time, but don’t expect it to be the last.
– Puts a smile on my face.
– Now all we need is for Steve Jobs to ask, “What antenna problem?”
– I think this is a very important point. All these new devices we don’t TECHNICALLY own. They can tell us what we can have on it, and remove it later if they change their mind. We have no rights in the system that’s currently developing. Is this really the direction we want to go?