Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 21, 2010

Google Chrome Web Store Coming in October New Haiku Services Kit Takes Shape What could Apple’s ‘unknown hardware’ be? (Ben Patterson) webOS developer spots device with Retina-matching resolution in logs Steam Prompts OS X Graphics Update Say bye to short, wimpy passwords Android 2.2 for Motorola DROID X leaked Android 2.2 warning: Froyo and HelixLauncher … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 20, 2010

Watch out Apple, Android 3.0 tablets may surpass the iPad – It’s pretty obvious that Android based tablets will outsell iPads, actually. Google/Android hasn’t limited itself to a single carrier or a single device. There will be hundreds of different models, from a multitude of different companies. Any number of features will be offered that … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 19, 2010

Sprint Epic 4G video sit down in NYC Rumour: Google Chrome OS Tablet on Verizon in November T-Mobile USA plans high-speed Android phone (Reuters) Verizon eyes live TV app for iPad, other tablets (Reuters) T-Mobile teases G2 smartphone with speedy HSPA+ support (Ben Patterson) Ubuntu 10.10 to Get Multitouch (Digital Trends) Review: Samsung Galaxy S … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 18, 2010

BlackBerry Torch Somewhat of a Downer Ubuntu 11.04 Codenamed ‘Natty Narwhal’ Apple releases Snow Leopard Graphics Update 1.0 ( Windows 7 mobile phones will link to Xbox 360 consoles (AFP) Windows Phone 7 Will Be a Platform for Video Games (NewsFactor) Apple Eyes Smaller iPad as Tablet Rivals Gear Up (NewsFactor) Six Reasons Why Flash … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 17, 2010

Gestures With Multitouch In Ubuntu 10.10 Shuttleworth unveils touchy Ubuntu to help reignite PC innovation – TechRepublic (blog) Adobe CEO: we’ve moved on from Apple and the iPad Ubuntu Gets Multitouch Support Happy 17th Birthday, Debian! AV-Test Certifies Windows 7 Antivirus Solutions (PC Magazine) Internet Explorer Turns 15 (Mashable) Verizon Customers Eager for iPhone (PC … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 16, 2010

Samsung Galaxy Tab European firmware reveals device details Motorola DROID Pro, World Edition and Tablet all found in Verizon Wireless systems Both Verizon Wireless iPhone and next generation iPad about to hit field testing? Ubuntu 10.10 – First official multitouch details from Mark Shuttleworth New Apple hire confirms iPhone 5 as ‘iWallet’ Apple manager charged … [Read more…]

Linux vs. Vista: Bluetooth

Recently, the cord on my extremely uncool (but functional) pair of headphone have started to bother me. After a near miss on my usual bus, I found myself wandering the isles of our friendly neighborhood Fry’s Electronics. I found myself a nice set of Bluetooth headphones to go with my phone. They work like a … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 15, 2010

Apple Manager Arrested In Kickback Scheme Apple manager indicted on kickback charges Apple manager charged with taking kickbacks (Reuters) Apple manager indicted on kickback charges (AP) There Is A Real Chance Microsoft’s Business Will Simply Collapse – The Business Insider Desktop Linux: Great for the Environment, Bad for Economy? – Datamation Oracle sues Google: Looking … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – August 14, 2010

Oracle Kills OpenSolaris, Moves Development Behind Closed Doors De Icaza: Sun's Schwartz Pitched Google Lawsuit to Oracle – Sounds kinda sketchy to me. Tablets Have Minimal Impact on Smartphone Sales (NewsFactor) Microsoft is the big winner in Oracle's suit against Google – I agree with Preston’s analysis. Microsoft is the clear winner, or is presented … [Read more…]