Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 14, 2011

Workaround brings Netflix to more (rooted) Android users Droid Charge Making Its Way To The Big Red…Finally Google Chromebook’s auto-update scheme will be hard sell Nvidia CEO: New Android tablets are vast improvement 5 issues that could derail Google’s Chromebook Verizon’s Droid Charge to finally hit stores May 14th How Chromebooks Will Have the iPad … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 13, 2011

Windows is not “torturing users,” despite the claim of Google’s Brin Why Google’s Chromebooks are born to lose (Digital Trends) Netflix For Android Has Finally Arrived Why record record labels are fuming over Google’s music service Facebook-Google rivalry intensifies with PR fiasco (AP) Sergey Brin: Traditional Operating Systems “Torturing Users” Win 7's Malware Infection Rate … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 12, 2011

DOJ antitrust settlement with Microsoft to expire (AP) Google Unveils Chromebooks Android To Be Showing Up In Cars In The Future Google's Honeycomb Source Code Release Is On Ice Google launches Chrome PCs, takes on Microsoft (Reuters) Chrome OS goes offline, gets file manager Google’s futuristic self-driving cars could show up in the next lane … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 11, 2011

Google defends mobile privacy standards at Senate hearing Google’s Prediction API lets Fords learn all about you, tell you where to go Google’s Android moving into homes (AFP) Apple exec to Senate: ‘Apple does not track users’ locations’ Google Music Beta Preview [VIDEO] How will Google Music fare without label support? (Digital Trends) On fragmentation, … [Read more…]

Microsoft bought Skype – Damn it

I have no idea what this is going to mean for the Linux, Android, and even Mac versions of Skype. I just don’t see this is a good thing no matter how you look at it. Here’s a collection of links. I’ll be watching this pretty closely. I’m already starting to look for alternatives. … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 10, 2011

Apple details iPhone tracking for Congress (AP) Apple Releases iOS 4.3 WebKit Source, Still Not LGPL Compliant AmigaOS 4.1 for Classic Amigas Imminent AMD Embedded Commits to Open Source BIOS Coreboot iPhone 3GS beats Android phone sales in April New Microsoft ad: Older Windows PCs are no longer good enough Four Android-related things we’d like … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 8, 2011

PaperPhone, The Paper-Thin Smartphone Sony Encourages Linux On Their Phones Comscore:Android Continues To Stay On Top Top smartphone / tablet news of the week Microsoft patent details a 3D desktop interface with a room for your windows HP Veer 4G: A Supercompact WebOS Phone Will a Multitude of App Stores Hurt Android? (PC World) Android … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – May 7, 2011

Great website for all your Linux questions (and it's not even Ask Slashdot: Moving From *nix To Windows Automation? Hackers Return Linux to the PlayStation 3 Of OpenBSD 4.9, Linux and Licenses Apple Withholds iOS’ LGPL WebKit Source Code MKM: Motorola may still sell 500,000 Verizon phones in Q2 despite DROID BIONIC delay Android smartphones … [Read more…]