Interesting Linux News for the Day – October 22, 2011
- Android Tablets Not Selling as Well as Claimed
- Timeline: Steve Jobs’ Vendetta Against Android
- Galaxy Nexus, HTC Rezound (still) bound for Verizon on November 10th, Droid RAZR bumped to October?
- Opinion: Android-iPhone war leaves the door open for Mango
- Is Android a stolen product?
- Five Alternative Terminal Emulator Apps for Ubuntu
- Verizon’s Samsung Stratosphere Reveals 4G/LTE Micro Sim
- Android Market Closes The Gap In Apps, Now 500,000
- Tecca TV: TechLife on Android 4.0, the new RAZR, America’s first civilian spaceport, and more!
- New JBOSS Worm Infecting Unpatched Servers
- Android Market surpasses 500,000 published apps
- BlackBerry Playbook 2.0 developer beta previewed, Android apps look right at home (video)
- Samsung Announces Galaxy Tab 7.0, Hits Shelves November 13th
- Thousands of Penguins Raise Flippers At Microsoft Secure Boot – Wired News
- Gnome 3: Go to Shell? Not Just Yet, Thanks
- Google: ICS Will Be Open Source
- Verizon Wireless Finally Announces Samsung Galaxy Nexus
- Jobs: “I’m Going to Destroy Android”
- Ice Cream Sandwich makes tough security taste better