- Android 2.2 update for Samsung Epic 4G leaks out
- Fedora To Eventually Move to Wayland, Too
- Microsoft Releases Service Pack Blocker for Windows 7 SP1
- Red Hat’s Secret Patent Deal
- Linux Mint 10 â€˜Julia’ Is Now Official
- Apple outs new iOS 4.2 gold master that fixes iPad’s WiFi woes
- PSA: Windows Phone 7's third-party apps easy to decompile, native code hooks exposed
- Next-big-Android-thing Nexus S spotted in the wild?
- Samsung Android Phones: More Leaks
- Big Brother Kinect Could Be Watching You at Home
- Operating systems – The Economist (blog)
- HTC HD7 review
- Kinect hacked to work on computers
- CE-Oh no he didn’t!: NVIDIA chief calls Galaxy Tab ‘a large phone,’ can’t wait to show you some real tablets
- iOS 4.2 reportedly delayed, iPad WiFi issues to blame
- Microsoft’s adorable new Windows 7 ad touts Blu-ray, shows Macs and PCs really just want to be friends
- Keeping up with the Unitys: KDE’s Plasma Netbook – Australian Techworld
- Oracle, Apple Join Hands in OpenJDK Project for Mac OS X
- AT&T confirmed to launch Samsung Galaxy Tab on 11/21
- More bad news for Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 launch — potential buyers are not pleased
– Looks like Ubuntu started something.
– That doesn’t bode well.
– Not looking good for the Windows 7 phones so far. You’d never guess with the number of times I saw them show up in TV shows recently. Pretty annoying actually.