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CyanogenMod Galaxy S2 with a Mac

On installing cyanogenmod on the Samsung Galaxy S2 with a Mac. The stock OEM+Telco Android experience is pretty awful, with loads of crapware. The best solution to running Android on a mobile device is to flash it with CyanogenMod. If … Continue reading

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Samsung Wave 3

Back in November, Samsung held a Bada Developer Day to herald the launch of Bada 2.0. This followed on from the 2010 Samsung Bada developer day they held. During the event, Samsung provided Wave 3 devices to developers. The Samsung … Continue reading

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FOSDEM 2011: Sunday

In advance of FOSDEM 2012, I’m publishing previous years’ notes. Here’s 2011 day two: Sunday. Barebox Reason for attending this talk: to understand more of the technical details behind fast boot of Linux devices, which will be an important factor … Continue reading

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FOSDEM 2011: Saturday

In advance of FOSDEM 2012, I’m publishing previous years’ notes. Here’s 2011 day one: Saturday. FOSDEM is the Free and Open Source Software Developers’ European Meeting, an annual free event hosted in Brussels and entirely organised and run by volunteers. … Continue reading

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WebOS Open Source

There’s lots of noise out there about WebOS being open source. Everything from “WebOS is dead” to “WebOS is saved!” – but what is really going on? Why did Meg make this move now? Thinking about it, this move makes … Continue reading

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Samsung Bada 2.0 Developer Day

At the start of November, Samsung held a Bada Developer Day to herald the launch of Bada 2.0. This followed on from the 2010 Samsung Bada developer day they held (I took some pictures during the 2010 event). ~ Bada was … Continue reading

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At what price to community?

Dave has written a detailed post on the types of community that Tizen hopes to target. It’s great, and I recommend you read it through. For more background, you should also read my blog post on what’s really going on … Continue reading

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Tiswas

Tizen. Word is finally out about the Intel-Samsung ‘merger’ of their Linux platforms. In a single step, a number of crippled initiatives are given new legs, and the mystery behind the stories of Intel abandoning MeeGo and Samsung acquiring MeeGo are … Continue reading

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The Lonesome Success of WebOS

In an overly dramatic article on Techcrunch, John Biggs talks about “The Lonesome Death of WebOS“. He cites some seemingly-poor sales of TouchPads through Woot, just 612 versus 2,288 for the Motorola Xoom. He then goes on to talk about … Continue reading

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