Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 7, 2011

Is Sprint Unveiling The Mother Load At CTIA This Month? Samsung Galaxy S 4G On Verizon aka Samsung Stealth V Makes FCC Rounds Google kind of, sort of, addresses Android Malware Dear AT&T: Thanks for Ruining My Android Phone (ContributorNetwork) Bing Deals Android and IOS App Leave Windows Phone 7 Users Behind (ContributorNetwork) Samsung Galaxy … [Read more…]

Honeycomb Apps…

Today a good friend of mine asked me what apps can be loaded on the Xoom. That’s actually an interesting question at this point, since the Xoom is still new. I did a little bit of research (when I said a little I mean less than 5 minutes), and I found some interesting numbers. According … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – March 6, 2011

Samsung says Galaxy Tab 10.1 is still on schedule, iPad 2 be darned Motorola Atrix docks literally and figuratively torn apart, hack enables Webtop over HDMI port Mysterious Motorola Phone Heads Through The FCC GNOME To Lose Minimize, Maximize Buttons Nook Color Android hacks are being sold on eBay Archos planning to launch high-end tablets … [Read more…]

Yay Rupert!

Today it was announced that The Daily (a digital newspaper created for Apple’s iPad by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp) has been downloaded hundreds of thousands of times. Today it was also announced that Angry Birds for Android has been downloaded over thirty million times. Yay Rupert.