Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 30, 2011

LG to unveil prototype MeeGo devices next month Attachmate Talks SUSE, Novell, openSUSE AT&T issuing update for Motorola Atrix 4G, HSUPA restrictor-plate removed Motorola ships 250,000 Xooms, 4.1 million smartphones in Q1 2011 (Appolicious) Google introducing video chat on select Android devices (Yahoo! News) Apple juggernaut sends ripples through tech world (AP) NFC-Capable HTC Device … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 28, 2011

Swype Like Keyboard Coming On The HTC Sensation Attachmates eyes cloud customers for Suse Summary Box: Apple and the iPhone tracking file (AP) Casio Gz’One Commando hands-on! Apple Responds to Location Issue How fast are enterprises going Windows 7? Not fast enough for Unisys DragonflyBSD 2.10 Released BREAKING: No Droid Charge Sales Until Outage Resolved: … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 27, 2011

Android now ‘most wanted’ smartphone platform, Nielsen finds Amazon might take a bite out of Apple with an Android tablet (Appolicious) Apple Patent App Shows Plans for Location Data (PC World) DHS Chief: What We Learned From Stuxnet Amazon responds to Apple’s ‘baseless’ app store lawsuit Sony chases Apple with launch of Android tablet (Reuters) … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 26, 2011

iPhone still tracks users when locations services are disabled, test finds B&N Nook Color Update Brings Froyo, Applications, Flash Barnes & Noble NOOK Color updated with Android 2.2, NOOK Apps Steve Jobs: 'We Don't Track Anyone' Steve Jobs’s 10-Word Defense of the iPhone’s Location Tracking (The Atlantic Wire) Steve Jobs: We’re Not Tracking Anyone, but … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 25, 2011

Wow That Didn’t Take Long: Atrix Marked Down To $29.99 T-Mobile Tweets: G2X Gingerbread Update Coming “Soon” You won’t have to wait long Move Over Atrix, You Can Use Your HTC Evo As A Desktop Apple: "We must Have Comprehensive Location Data" HTC Thunderbolt steals iPhone 4’s thunder (Appolicious) HTC Sensation procures online real estate, … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 23, 2011

Linux Kernel Suffering Power Management Regression? Motorola DROID X2 press images leaked Archos 7c tablet with Eclair, kickstand now shipping for $220 Police Using Apple iOS Tracking Data For Forensics Google: Android location tracking is opt-in iPhone SIM unlock firms abruptly close up shop, shrouded ‘suppliers’ vanish AT&T Admits Network Can't Handle iPhone, iPad Traffic … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 22, 2011

Verizon’s ThunderBolt now just $129.99 from Amazon The Army’s Arduous Task of Choosing a Battle-Ready Smartphone (The Atlantic Wire) Google Loses Bedrock Suit, All Linux May Infringe Idiotic Anti-Linux & Google Patent Decision Intel CEO Confirms Honeycomb-on-x86 Port Study: iOS has twice Android’s reach in Europe Why RIM will sell more tablets than everybody except … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 21, 2011

Verizon Wireless: we might sell the BlackBerry PlayBook, if we feel like it Review: Dual-screen Kyocera smartphone needs work (AP) Amazon tablet could launch this summer The Tablet Debate: 3G Or Wi-Fi? Ubuntu Linux 11.04’s Target Audience: Casual Windows Users iPhone tracking revealed: Apple gets a free pass, but if it had been Google… ThunderBolt … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 20, 2011

comScore: iOS reach 59% greater than Android in U.S. Apple vs. Microsoft, By the Numbers Survey: Most Android users ‘hate Apple’ iPhone 5 won’t be anything special (Appolicious) Motorola delays DROID BIONIC until summer, makes changes AT&T affirms: Windows Phone 7 NoDo rollouts start today for Focus and Quantum owners New offerings by smaller carriers … [Read more…]