Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 28, 2011

XDA Creates BlueputDroid: Use Your Android As Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse For PS3 Motorola Xoom overclocked to 1.5GHz, eats Quadrant and Linpack for breakfast (video) The Windows patch to AutoRun is now auto-installed BlackBerry PlayBook will support Android apps, RIM rep proclaims PlayBook Android app support mentioned during demo at MWC, old BlackBerrys show up … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 27, 2011

Apple iPhone 5 front part leaks? Apple’s future: leasing space in App Malls ChaCha sues HTC for Facebook phone trademark infringement PC-BSD 8.2 Released Windows Phone’s new UI and Xbox games are most exciting aspects of Microsoft deal, says Nokia poll HTC Thunderbolt coming March 4th or delayed again? Mozilla unveils Firefox 4 beta 12

Secret to Full Bars on the iPhone

Sometimes, you get a tweet, and it’s just too good to just retweet. It deserves a post all it’s own. Today I got one of those from John Fahrner (@MongrelBrewski). His tweet was in reply to an earlier article posting I made: Verizon iPhone Snubbed By Consumer Reports Citing Antennagate Is Not Fixed. His reply … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 25, 2011

Sprint gets first Windows Phone 7 phone: HTC Arrive Motorola XOOM and Honeycomb — not ready for prime time NEC’s razor-thin MEDIAS N-04C Android launched in Japan, gets carefully manhandled Toshiba AC100 smartbook gets Android 2.2 upgrade Android Market adds e-books; movies and music soon to come? Aussie Security Forces Testing Apple's iOS Splastop OS … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 24, 2011

Microsoft yanks Windows Phone 7 patch after “small number” of handsets bricked (Ben Patterson) FTC eyeballing Apple’s in-app purchase scheme (Appolicious) Android 3.0 SDK Now Available to All Developers (Mashable) Analyst: HP, Motorola to Move in on Apple’s Mobile PC Share (PC World) Why aren’t people buying the Verizon iPhone? New leaked Windows 8 screenshot … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 23, 2011

Final Android 3.0 Platform and Updated SDK Tools Qt Implementation for Android Introduced Expensive Xoom Can Be Upgraded To Verizon’s 4G LTE (NewsFactor) Motorola bucks its own trend, leaves Xoom bootloader unlockable Android 3.0 Honeycomb SDK now available to all, API level literally cranked to 11 Microsoft starts pushing Windows 7 SP1 to all Apple … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – February 22, 2011

Microsoft to release Kinect for Windows SDK this spring Microsoft pushing small update to Windows Phones to prepare for copy and paste update later on Motorola Xoom won’t ship with Adobe Flash support immediately Windows 8 Milestone 2 build nearing finalization Verizon iPhone isn’t bringing new users to iOS, developer speculates Tablet owners migrating PC … [Read more…]