Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 19, 2011

Apple sues Samsung over Galaxy products (Reuters) FVWM 2.6 Released Yowza! Apple hits Samsung with lawsuit over iPhone clones Apple Sues Samsung for Patent Infringement Apple sues Samsung over Galaxy line: Co-opetition implodes Apple Sues Samsung Over Galaxy Phones and Tablets T-Mobile G2x hands-on: Vanilla Android with dual-core processor Microsoft, i4i patent dispute set to … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 18, 2011

Samsung’s super slender Galaxy Tab 10.1 snacks on some Honeycomb (video) Silverlight 5, thy name is ‘Windows’ – Register What Android Phones Do that Apple Phones Don’t (ContributorNetwork) What Would an Amazon Kindle Tablet Look Like? (ContributorNetwork) Systemd Update: Improved chroot, Boot Time Analysis T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Owners Will See Gingerbread This Summer Samsung Galaxy … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 17, 2011

Why the Amazon Kindle Tablet Will Be Powered by Android (ContributorNetwork) Skype for Android Security Flaw: What You Need to Know (PC World) Galaxy S Gingerbread update now rolling out across Europe Did Steve Jobs really hide iPad development from former Apple Board member Eric Schmidt? (Appolicious) Reuters: LG, others show interest in MeeGo as … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 16, 2011

Sprint adds first green smartphone, the Android-based Replenish Apple Faces Class-Action Suit For In-App Purchases Android: Over 3 billion apps installed; 350,000 device activations per day Sprint announces eco-friendly Samsung Replenish Android smartphone Windows 8 Portable Workspace Lets You Take It With You (PC World) Samsung Mobile & Sprint Team Up For Samsung Replenish The … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 15, 2011

Windows Phone trounces iPhone 4, Android in browser benchmark test My Xoom makes phone calls, does yours? Thanks to NetTalk it can Droid X2 Coming With Dual Core Processor RIM’s email-less PlayBook gets tough reviews (Reuters) Instructure Canvas LMS: Go open source, get serious investment capital Microsoft Demos IE10 on ARM, and It Looks Good … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – April 13, 2011

Latest Adobe Flash Security Flaw Is Not Android Specific Sprint getting Wi-Fi Motorola XOOM followed by WiMAX variant Andi-One universal remote runs Android 2.1, does more than change channels Lookout Mobile Security For Android Thwarts Car Jackers HTC Sensation: Multimedia powerhouse with Sense 3.0 iPad 3 won’t have Retina Display, won’t be released this year … [Read more…]

Why Apple is so Popular

I watched this a couple days ago, and thought to myself, this is exactly why Apple is popular. If you watch the video, it’s an April Fools joke played on a Fox News corespondent where her co-anchor convinces her that there’s a new technology now available that lets a person smell and taste things through the screen of an … [Read more…]