Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 19, 2011

Samsung QWERTY slider leaked for Verizon Half of Smartphone Shoppers Want iPhones ( Anymode’s Galaxy Tab 10.1 case cops Apple’s fashion sense Dual-boot your Nook Color with Android using a micro-SD card, $35 RIM: ‘No plan to discontinue’ BlackBerry PlayBook U.S. Army testing smartphones and tablets for combat 48% of smartphone buyers want iPhone next, … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 18, 2011

Android Marketplace Return Policy Woes Switched On: The bedeviled bezel Microsoft Contributes 361 Changes to Linux 3.0 Top Five Linux Contributor: Microsoft Motorola Working On A Quad Core Kal El Xoom Follow Up Toshiba Thrive experiencing sleep / wake / reboot issues? ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pro hits the FCC, feds don’t mind its split personality iOS … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 17, 2011

Android trash can robot begs the question: ‘Why are you hitting yourself?’ (video) Plan 9 Forked, Continues as 9front The Week in Android Devices: Amazon’s tablet and Motorola’s PHOTON 4G (Appolicious) Amazon Tablet May Cost Less Than $300 (ContributorNetwork) HP TouchPad goes on sale in the UK, starts at £399 for 16GB WiFi model Wall … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 13, 2011

Microsoft Warns End is Really Coming for XP (NewsFactor) Android Market app gets overhaul, bookstore Google needs to clean up its Android Market malware mess Philadelphia newspapers plan to sell subsidized Android tablets (Appolicious) HTC Status hands-on (video) Google Rolling Out Android Market Update With Books And Movies Verizon: Android Hotspot Is Not Yours To … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – July 12, 2011

HTC Status ‘Facebook Phone’ pre-orders start today; launches July 17th for $49.99 Bing Indoor Maps and Visual Voicemail shown in latest WP7 Mango demo videos Ballmer’s new chant: Numbers, numbers, numbers H-P reshuffles webOS management HP shakes up webOS team; moves Jon Rubenstein to product, puts Stephen DeWitt in charge HP: This TouchPad owner just … [Read more…]