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Last week, the New America Foundation kicked off a project which aims at bringing mesh technology to mobile phones. The idea is to create “circumvention devices” wich dissidents who are threatened by their state turning off Internet access can use to circumvent these blocks. (We recently saw this happening in Egypt). The project is at [...]
A fascinating episode looking at what would happen if governments globally wanted to fully shut down the Internet – and why it may be impossible now : KILL THE NET | Hungry Beast.
Mutual Mobile‘s excellent, standard setting Android Guidelines have been mentioned here before. They have released an update, adding Honeycomb, the Tablet version of the Android O/S. Android Design Guidelines – Version 1.1: Honeycomb
“When Doug Bowman, former creative Director for Google resigned, he posted a quote on his blog that sums Google up perfectly. Yes, it’s true that a team at Google couldn’t decide between two blues, so they’re testing 41 shades between each blue to see which one performs better. Android is the creation of technicians and [...]
MOre media coverage from Dr Paul – a wonderful demonstration of our software in action:) Catalyst: SOS Network – ABC TV Science. We are still aiming for an Alpha, developer’s release come July…
Android UI Development is a quick blog post I have written (on my own blog, yes), about the transition from iOS to Android in terms of UI development. We are currently coding the first Alpha release, and I am in charge of the main UI. So, the point of the post is that my main [...]
Anyone who thinks that the Internet revolution is in anything but its early phase had better take a look at Cisco’s latest Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast (PDF). There are so many startling predictions and observations in the report that we’ll just begin with these headlines: There will be 788 million mobile-only Internet users by [...]
Visualized: US smartphone market share, by manufacturer and platform, made pretty — Engadget.
The full unexpurgated, detail rich talk from Linux Conf is now out in all it’s glory! Serval – linuxconfau – blip.tv.