By Christopher Price on June 16, 2014
It’s no secret that I slipped out of the blogosphere, with little fanfare. I’ll explain in a few hundred (okay, a couple thousand) words what it was all about, and why Console OS is so important today.
By Christopher Price on October 30, 2012
We take a look at Ubuntu for Nexus 7, made possible with the new one-click installer promoted by Canonical. What we found certainly surprised us…
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By Christopher Price on August 30, 2012
Apple today confirmed that Drone+, an app providing accountability for coalition drone strikes, is “objectionable content” in Apple’s view.
By Christopher Price on June 7, 2012
You know our stance on iOS, you know we spoke out about sideloading first. Now we feel it’s important to tell you why we’re sending an app to Apple (again).
By Christopher Price on August 20, 2010
We had high hopes for the HTC Aria. And, HTC for a moment rewarded them. Alas, all good things must come to an end. Read more for the debrief.
By Christopher Price on November 27, 2007
Verizon Wireless today announced a significant shift in strategy for their device and software strategies. For years, Verizon has taken a closed nature to the release of devices and applications on their network. The company pioneered draconian lockdown techniques, such as the Verizon Wireless User Interface, and earlier, BREW technology. BREW applications exist in a […]