Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 30, 2011

Dennis Ritchie Day Microsoft: Android is standing ‘on the shoulder of companies like Microsoft’ If Forrester likes Macs for IT today, they’ll love Chromebooks tomorrow Microsoft: Devices “stand on the shoulders” of companies like us – The Next Web Lenovo’s upcoming LePhone S2 seen running Android as well as Windows Phone, looks confused Schools In … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 26, 2011

Nokia’s kinetic future: flexible screens and a twisted interface (video) Consumer Electronics Linux Initiative Starts Hisense Series XT710 TV helps you exercise your La-Z-Boy sans remote Droid RAZR pre-orders go live on Verizon tomorrow, ships to Blur fans before November 10th On Governing Open Source, and Staying on the Right Side of the Law RIM … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 25, 2011

Nokia 800 gets pictured, ready for its close-up Tablet owners still won’t pay to read the news Motorola to release first Android 4.0 devices six weeks after final ICS build [updated] Canonical Bringing New Digital Media Offerings to Ubuntu Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich offers better gaming support (Appolicious) Android overtakes iOS in mobile app … [Read more…]

Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 24, 2011

M-CAM: Microsoft is ‘like a deranged Easter Bunny’ with Android bullying strategy As Doors Open for Android, Microsoft Tags Along Linux 3.1 Released Microsoft announces tenth Android patent deal (Digital Trends) Android competition sparks around Siri, licensing and media hubs (Appolicious) Microsoft signs Compal deal, now takes money from half of all Android ODMs Nexus … [Read more…]

Android Copied the iPhone?

I’m getting a little tired of this myth. It never seems to die. The basic premise is, Android used to look like a Blackberry, then the iPhone came out, and then it all of a sudden looked like an iPhone. First of all, people need to learn the difference between hardware and software. An Operating … [Read more…]