This is going to be a little nerdy, so if you bail, that’s fine.
I’m really, really getting sick of Android as a prevalent mobile OS.
And to get it out of the way, when I say “webOS”, people, I’m talking about the Palm Pre. The Veer, TouchPad, Pixi, Pre2, and Pre3. Okay?
AT&T and Verizon both came out a long time ago against the notion of Network Neutrality. They really, really want to pipe bandwidth to “special customers” who can pay for it, and limit bandwidth to those customers who can’t…primarily because it’s a revenue stream. It doesn’t matter that AT&T and Verizon are both crazy profitable […]
For about 8 years, I defined myself as a mobile developer. What this essentially meant was that I would take a job with a company to help them create a mobile application that would integrate with a big chunk of their infrastructure, or their enterprise applications…something like that.
My car stereo will play MP3’s off a CD, but it plays them alphabetically. Which means that the only way I can get them to play in the order I want is to prefix them with a value I want. This program does that. Here it is. Download it. Download it right from here!
As I’m a developer who has worked on a wide range of platforms, I’m often asked which is my favorite. There’s only two ways I can answer that,if it’s a developer doing the asking, the answer that person wants is which platform I prefer to develop for the most.
You hit Engadget or Gizmodo, and I swear, whenever someone brings up “Palm”, it’s almost as if they really want Palm to go out of business. It’s a visceral hate for a small company that has innovated so much in the market and has really been a great player in the mobile market for much […]
So, we started off the week watching the Saints play the dirtiest game they could possibly muster against the Vikings. Literally, Gregg Williams admitted that his game plan was to have his guys ignore penalties and try to injure a 40 year old future Hall of Famer. I’d say that’s going to come back to […]
Okay, so my old, exceptionally expensive laptop’s graphic cards blew up. Don’t work. Then my desktop died. Thankfully, in a pinch of spend craziness, I bought a sub-400 dollar netbook last year (MSi Wind, great netbook by the way)…and I used that to get myself a job. Had two offers on the table, one was […]
…if Google were a private company, they could just settle with being the biggest search player out there, and having a sizable chunk of the web mail market.