- Samsung Galaxy Tab impressions
- Samsung confirms Continuum dual-display Android handset for Verizon
- Dissecting Android's openness – tuaw.com
- Windows Phone 7 Review – How Does Microsoft’s Latest Mobile OS Compare To iOS … – Zath
- Samsung officially announces Continuum handset, available November 11th on Verizon
- iOS 4.2 bringing speed improvements to iPhone 3G?
- Logitech Revue with Google TV review
- Windows Phone 7 in review: the good, the bad, and the Surround
- Ubuntu Will Adopt Wayland Graphics System
- Nokia Reasserts Control Over Symbian OS
- Steve Jobs on Xserve: Hardly Anyone Was Buying Them (Mashable)
- Why the first generation of iPad competitors will die on the vine (Appolicious)
- The Linux Programming Interface
- Rhapsody on Android now works offline, but still goes online too (video)
- Android Gingerbread launching this week: Fact or fiction?
- Recalling Windows 1.0 At 25 Years
- Microsoft Windows Phone giveaway!
- Samsung Continuum user guide hits Verizon Wireless’ website
- Editorial: Should your next mobile OS update cost you?
- Open Handset Alliance member confirms Android 2.3 is Gingerbread, coming soon to Nexus One
– Interesting review.
– An interesting view on the “Openness” of Android and iOS. I was just having a discussion about this recently. Odd little coincidence.
– Duh, the RDF doesn’t work as well when people are actually looking at the numbers.
– I don’t think I agree with this, but it’s worth the read.
– If you’ve ever tried it, you’d know how surprising it is to find Windows where it is currently.
– Better than paying for it.
– What is it with the mentality that for something to be good, it’s got to cost you? Sometimes the best things in life really are free!