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Google Android Personal Thoughts

January 9th, 2010

This is an add-on to the Google Nexus One review… I have issues with Android and Google’s approach to it. I think it’s an amazing concept — people holding hands, skipping down sugar-encrusted roads with pink ponies and colorful rainbows — but the execution falls flat in many ways if you’re a hardcore phone user, …

Palm Pre Plus, Pixi Plus get official, Verizon Wireless scoop 'em up

January 7th, 2010

Not exactly the most surprising news, but in short, the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus got official moments ago, with Verizon Wireless signing on to carry both devices (at a rumored 200,000 initial units each) starting January 25th. Pricing was not announced. In addition to the two refreshed devices, which add more memory, …

AT&T to have two webOS devices in first half of 2010

January 6th, 2010

Today, AT&T’s CEO Ralph de la Vega announced that Ma’ Bell will be carrying, not one, but two webOS powered handsets in the first half of 2010. Now, we’re assuming he is talking about the Palm Pre and the Palm Pixi, since they are the only two webOS devices in existence right now, but remain …

Sprint's Palm Pixi to come in pink, world yawns

January 4th, 2010

You know what makes us loath the Palm Pixi, other than the fact that it is under-powered, came to market 9 months after it should have, and still has the Palm keyboard? Seeing that same winning package in pink. Engadget has been tipped off that the Palm Pixi, in pink, is now visible in Sprint’s …

WebOS to get 3D gaming and native application support in 2010?

January 3rd, 2010

WebOS 1.3.5 was released to the masses last week and its inner workings were promptly picked apart by eager webOS hackers. One of the most exciting finds was the inclusion of the SDL library in this latest version of webOS. SDL is an acronym for Simple DirectMedia Layer, an open source library that provides a …

Top 10 posts of 2009

December 31st, 2009

Another year, and even more devices, products, and services to look forward to. Things will be smaller, more advanced, faster, and some new markets might even be defined, but for now, check out the top 10 posts of 2009 (by traffic): 1. Motorola DROID hands on 2. BlackBerry vs. iPhone 3G: yeah, we definitely went …