Interesting Linux News for the Day – January 22, 2011

“Oops: No copied Java Code Found in Android” Google Copied Java in Android, Expert Says (PC World) Apple turns the screws (Ben Patterson) iPad Lookalike Dual-Boots Ubuntu and Windows (PC World) Sprint’s latest 4G phone just $89.99 from Amazon ‘Gem’ Android phone revealed on Samsung website Should the iPhone 5 get a larger screen? Motoblur … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – January 21, 2011

A Swarm of Rivals May Crowd Apple’s iPad Market (NewsFactor) Samsung Galaxy 4G Landing on T-Mobile (PC World) Google’s Android Market policing could affect Amazon’s app store (Appolicious) The highs and lows of Android’s future (Appolicious) iPad 2 Will Definitely Have a Camera (PC World) Are Android Tablets Vapor? Or Just Not Here? (PC Magazine) … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – January 18, 2011

RIM says PlayBook is still ‘great’ without tethered BlackBerry smartphone iPad 2 display, vibrating motor appear on parts supplier’s site The Ambiguity of "Open" and VP8 Vs. H.264 Threat of Cyberwar Is Over-Hyped iToons: When Apple Love Goes Too Far Next iPhone and iPad Will Have a Dual-Core Graphics Chip [RUMOR] (Mashable) Smartphones lift Apple … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – January 17, 2011

Comparison: Verizon iPhone 4 and Two Hot New Android Smartphones [INFOGRAPHIC] (Mashable) Roll Your Own Toy UNIX-clone OS FreeBSD 8.2-RC2 Now Available Tomcat 7 Finalized Why Linux Loses Out On Hardware Acceleration In Firefox Advice On Teaching Linux To CS Freshmen? Comparison: iPhone 4 and Two Hot New Android Smartphones [INFOGRAPHIC] (Mashable) Apple iPad 2 … [Read more…]