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CodePush
CodePush is a cloud service that enables Cordova and React Native developers to deploy mobile app updates directly to their users’ devices.
deployment  mobile  react 
march 2016 by deusx
Contributing to FirefoxOS Cordova initiative
This post will focus on how to get started writing the Firefox OS platform and plugins.
cordova  mobile  webdev  firefoxos  mozilla 
november 2014 by deusx
Emoji rebus puzzles
Using pictures to represent words dates back to Egyptian hieroglyphics and Chinese pictographs. But in the 1500s in France, a particular format of picture writing called the rebus was invented. A rebus is a word puzzle which uses pictures to represent words (or parts of words). The rebus became very popular in Europe and elsewhere.
rebus  emoji  mobile  language 
october 2014 by deusx
App Store Year Zero: How unsweetened web apps and unsigned code drove the iPhone to an SDK | iMore
Apple introduced the App Store on July 10, 2008. Over the course of the next week we're going to take a look back at the origins and development of App Store, and forward towards its potential future. To do that properly, however, we have to start at the beginning, with the original iPhone in 2007. And with the original iPhone, there was no App Store, and no third party apps. At least not at first...
appstore  apple  history  mobile  ios 
may 2014 by deusx
Pushbullet - Send files, links, and more to your phone and back, fast!
Our mission is to bridge the gap between your phone, tablet, and computer, enabling them to work better together.
pushbullet  mobile  apps  webdev 
may 2014 by deusx
How In-app Purchases Has Destroyed The Industry (by @baekdal) #opinion
I don't like writing negative articles that don't include a solution to the problem, but in this case, there is no solution. The state of in-app purchases has now reached a level where we have completely lost it. Not only has the gaming industry shot itself in the foot, hacked off their other foot, and lost both its arms ... but it's still engaging in a strategy that will only damage it further.
gaming  microtransactions  freetoplay  development  mobile  to:fb 
february 2014 by deusx
Updating and Tweaking your Firefox OS Developer Preview phone/Geeksphone ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
In this post we will cover some basic tips on how to keep your phone up to date and how to tweak the system Gaia applications.
gaia  firefoxos  mozilla  hacking  mobile 
october 2013 by deusx
SnowShoe Stamp | Make an Impression
Simple, intuitive, durable, and inexpensive hardware for authenticating mobile transactions.
gluecon  ecommerce  mobile 
may 2013 by deusx
The $12 Gongkai Phone « bunnie's blog
Recently, I paid $12 at Mingtong Digital Mall for a complete phone, featuring quad-band GSM, Bluetooth, MP3 playback, and an OLED display plus keypad for the UI. Simple, but functional; nothing compared to a smartphone, but useful if you’re going out and worried about getting your primary phone wet or stolen.
to:fb  phones  gadgets  electronics  hardware  mobile  china 
april 2013 by deusx
Ambient Light Events and JavaScript detection ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
The idea with an API for ambient light is to be able to detect the light level around the device – especially since there’s a vast difference between being outside in sunlight and sitting in a dim living room – and adapt the user experience based on that.
mobile  webdev  webapi  light  mozilla 
april 2013 by deusx
MWC 2013, Firefox OS, and More Web API Evolution | Brendan Eich
The missing APIs must be added to the web platform in order to enable the billions of new mobile users who will be coming online in the next few years to have affordable web-based phones, tablets, and apps. Emerging market consumers and developers generally cannot afford increasingly higher-end, native-app-advantaged smartphones from the two bigs.
firefoxos  mobile  web  openwebapps  apps  mozilla  to:fb 
march 2013 by deusx
The rise and fall of webOS is an epic tale; webOS != Web OS on Dion Almaer's Blog
in my heart I long for someone to come along with a true Web runtime that lets developers write to a standards-based multi-vendor platform that no one company owns. Democracy is messy, but the Open Web is worth it. Don’t read one article and think that it can’t be done.
webdev  openweb  palm  webos  b2g  firefoxos  mobile  history  web 
february 2013 by deusx
Using WebAPIs to make the web layer more capable ✩ Mozilla Hacks – the Web developer blog
Part of making both Firefox OS and the web as a platform a stronger layer and alternative for developers, we are working on a number of WebAPIs. I’d like to introduce you them here!
webdev  mobile  firefoxos  webapis  html5  javascript 
february 2013 by deusx
R. Umar Abbasi subway photo: Google Glass, surveillance means more of this phenomenon. - Slate Magazine
Little Brother is burgeoning, too. More and more people are carrying cameras with them. Typically, these come in the form of mobile phones, but wearable cameras are growing in numbers and shrinking in size. Not too many years from now, lots of people will be wearing “heads-up” camera/display combos (such as Google Glass) that capture videos of pretty much everything they see. Unless we turn from the course we've set as a society, we'll soon arrive at a day when every square foot of every subway station—of just about every place, really—is being recorded at all times, and probably from multiple views. And all of these devices, capturing higher and higher resolution images plus audio, will be connected at high speeds to digital networks.
video  cameras  mobile  politics 
december 2012 by deusx
I Don’t Want To Be Part of Your Fucking Ecosystem by Terence Eden has a Blog
I just want us all to get along. I want my disparate equipment to talk to each other. I don't want to live in a house where ever component has to be made by the same company otherwise nothing works correctly. I don't want to be stuck using a crappy product because they're the only ones offering service X.
to:fb  google  apple  amazon  mobile  ecosystem  drm  copyfight 
november 2012 by deusx
Apple’s .mobi insanity - QuirksBlog
OK, so what’s going on? This morning a follower pointed out an article that describes how Safari iOS makes a total fucking mess of the meta viewport when the site is hosted on a .mobi domain.
mobile  apple  mobi  to:fb  bugs  browsers  webdev 
september 2012 by deusx
IP Webcam - Android Apps on Google Play
Turn your phone into a wireless camera! Supports Windows, Mac and Linux.

Turns your phone into a network camera with multiple viewing options. View your camera on any platform with VLC player or web browser. Stream video inside WiFi network without internet access.
camera  android  surveilance  nifty  mobile  software 
june 2012 by deusx
Boot to Gecko - Josh Carpenter
It's official: Mozilla is creating an an Open Web platform for mobile. Built of the web, enabling powerful new functionality, and completely open. It's very exciting stuff!
mobile  mozilla  b2g  to:fb  firefoxos 
february 2012 by deusx
ThinkGeek :: iCade 8-Bitty - Retro Wireless Game Controller for iPhone/iPad/Android
Pocketable D-Pad Style Gaming Comes to your iPad, iPhone, and Android Devices
wishlist  gaming  mobile 
february 2012 by deusx
Mozilla developing Web push notification system for Firefox
Mozilla is developing a push notification system for the Firefox Web browser. It will allow users to receive notifications from websites without having to keep those sites open in their browser. The system will also be able to relay push notifications to mobile devices.
mozilla  firefox  notifications  webdev  mobile  javascript 
february 2012 by deusx
The Mobile Case for Progressive Enhancement | Brad Frost Web
One of my favorite mobile sites is Target (great job Matt Menzer). The beauty of this experience isn’t in the mind-blowing animations, it’s about the clarity of the content, the speed in which the page loads and the accessibility of the experience.
webdev  mobile 
december 2011 by deusx
SupaBoy portable SNES, the most fun you can have without a soldering iron -- Engadget
We previewed Hyperkin's SupaBoy back in the summer and loved the idea of toting 'round original SNES games without resorting to Ben Heck-style crafting. The handheld takes full-size cartridges, packs a 3.5-inch screen and a battery that's disappointingly rated for just two point five hours (best keep a power cable handy). It'll also double as a home console: there's an AV-out port and slots for two classic controllers for when you wanna kick it old-school. It's reportedly compatible with titles like Mario World, A Link to the Past and Starwing Starfox, but who needs them when we've got a mint condition copy of Tetris Attack at home? It'll cost you $80 and is available from Amazon as of yesterday -- we suggest you get to practicing blowing the dirt from the connectors, since you'll be doing a lot of it soon.
want  gaming  snes  mobile 
december 2011 by deusx
Why Hasn't Google Put ChromeOS Out to Pasture?
At this point, Google would be better off focusing its attention on Android. With some tweaking, Android could power the same devices as ChromeOS, with more native functionality. Someday we may be ready for a browser-based OS, but we're not quite there yet.
android  chromeos  google  mobile 
december 2011 by deusx
10 things the iPhone Siri will help you get instead of an abortion | The Raw Story
It’s an experience that’s being replicated by women around the country: despite plentiful online information about actual places to get an abortion, Siri doesn’t seem to provide it. It’s a similar experience for women seeking emergency contraception: in New York City, Siri doesn’t know what Plan B is and, asked for emergency contraception, offers up a Google results page of definitions.

Didn't we learn from HAL 9000 that it doesn't really pay to give your tools their own opinionated personalities?
siri  mobile  speech  apple  iphone  ios  abortion 
november 2011 by deusx
Mozilla’s WebAPI for Firefox takes shape, porn sites quiver in anticipation | ExtremeTech
The first fruits of Mozilla’s attempt to make a Chrome OS-like Firefox operating system — Boot 2 Gecko — are now beginning to take shape in the Nightly builds of Firefox for Android. Dubbed “WebAPI,” these recent additions allow Firefox to access an Android device’s hardware through a JavaScript API. As of the latest Nightly, Firefox 11 for Android can now read the battery state, capture images from the camera, send SMSes, and trigger the vibrator motor.
mobile  webapi  webdev  firefox  mozilla 
november 2011 by deusx
IBM Simon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Besides a mobile phone, the major applications were a calendar, address book, world clock, calculator, note pad, e-mail, and games. It had no physical buttons to dial with. Instead customers used a touchscreen to select phone numbers with a finger or create facsimiles and memos with an optional stylus. Text was entered with either a unique "predictive" on-screen keyboard or QWERTY keyboard. The Simon had an optional PCMCIA memory card.
mobile  smartphones  ibm 
november 2011 by deusx
Is it Game Over for Nintendo DS and Sony PSP?
Portable gaming, played primarily on Nintendo DS and Sony PSP devices, has been dominated by these two companies for over two decades. In this model, at retail, consumers pay around $200 for the gaming device and up to $40 for popular game cartridges. Because of the similar form factor, overlap in consumer base (especially younger players on iPod touch) and the casual nature of game content, Flurry combines iOS and Android devices with traditional portable devices to form the category. With the inclusion of smartphone game revenue into the category, shifts taking place in market share become clearer.
gaming  ios  nintendo  sony  mobile  android 
november 2011 by deusx
Poll: What Is Your Reaction to the Death of Mobile Flash?
The Web is singing this morning. The coming death of Flash on mobile devices has made a lot of tech pundits and developers very happy. There is a big fat "I told you so" coming from all corners the of Internet while all Adobe can do is quietly sit back and rue the day the original iPhone was announced.
adobe  flash  webdev  html5  iphone  mobile 
november 2011 by deusx
Ex-Flash Manager: Adobe Ignored Smartphones Until It Was Too Late
A former manager and engineer of Flash at Adobe said today that when the true smartphone revolution came in 2007 with the announcement of the iPhone is 2007, Adobe ignored it. Carlos Icaza co-founded Ansca Mobile, the creators of the Corona SDK, left Adobe in 2007 when his call for embracing the touchscreen smartphone evolution was ignored by Adobe executives.
adobe  mobile  html5  smartphones 
november 2011 by deusx
The mobile app is going the way of the CD-ROM: To the dustbin of history | VentureBeat
For developers, it’s technologically more manageable to build one mobile web app than a half-dozen or even just two native apps. And given the state of mobile web standards, we’re quickly approaching a point where end users can’t tell the difference between the two. All that’s really left is a business model for mobile web apps, Sullivan contends.
mobile  apps  html5  webdev 
november 2011 by deusx
LukeW | The Web OS is Already Here…
Let me restate that simply. The Web (browser) is inside of every application instead of every application being inside the Web (browser).
webdev  html5  mobile  future  webos 
november 2011 by deusx
The Best Podcast Manager for Android
There's no shortage of podcast managers for Android, but they run the gamut from simplistic to feature-rich. We tested a few, but found that DoggCatcher is the best option to find, download, and organize your podcasts on your Android phone. More »
android  podcasts  mobile 
november 2011 by deusx
All Marvel Digital Comics Will Be Available Same Day as Print - Blogrunner
Marvel is taking its entire line of comics "dayanddate" digitally... Go to Blog Post
comics  marvel  mobile  digital 
november 2011 by deusx
Yield Thought, I swapped my MacBook for an iPad+Linode
Thinking I might have to try this with the ASUS Transformer I have. "On September 19th, I said goodbye to my trusty MacBook Pro and started developing exclusively on an iPad + Linode 512. This is the surprising story of a month spent working in the cloud."
cloud  mobile  work  ipad  linode  programming 
november 2011 by deusx
Motorola Owners' Forum: Lapdock stuck on screen saver
What to do if the Photon doesn't jump to Webtop mode when connected to the HD Dock
motorola  photon  mobile  android  webtop  troubleshooting 
september 2011 by deusx
Device-scale user interface elements in iOS Mobile Safari - (37signals)
Instead, we developed a JavaScript technique for dynamically scaling elements based on the current zoom factor. The technique provides a magic class name device_scale that you can apply to any element you want to remain the same size regardless of zoom.
javascript  mobile  iphone  css 
april 2011 by deusx
zepto.js — the aerogel-weight mobile javascript framework
The goal: a 2-5k library that handles most basic drudge work with a nice API so you can concentrate on getting stuff done.
webdev  mobile  jquery 
march 2011 by deusx
android-notifier - Project Hosting on Google Code
"This project sends notifications to a desktop computer when certain events happen on an Android device, such as the phone ringing, an SMS being received, or the battery running low. The notifications can be sent over Wifi, Bluetooth, or (in the future) USB. "
android  mac  growl  notifier  mobile  from delicious
september 2010 by deusx
Upgrading From CM 4.2 or other rooted ROMS to 5.0.x(Dream/Sapphire) - CyanogenMod Wiki
"This guide will tell you how to upgrade from an older (<= 4.2.15.1) version of CyanogenMod (or any other rooted rom) to the 5.0.x or 6.0.x branch for Dream/Sapphire. "
android  roms  root  upgrade  google  mobile  cyanogenmod  magic  howto  from delicious
august 2010 by deusx
Bug 579247 – Firefox Home should allow configuration for an non-Mozilla sync server
"Both desktop and mobile Firefox Sync accept the URL for a non-Mozilla sync server. I'd like to use my own sync server with Firefox Home, but there doesn't appear to be a way to configure the server URL."
firefoxhome  firefox  mozilla  iphone  ipod  ios  mobile  sync  from delicious
july 2010 by deusx
39 Android Apps that I love
"Here are the Android Apps that I currently love. It’s not a complete list, but it’s a pretty good start."
android  apps  google  mobile  from delicious
may 2010 by deusx
Microsoft Borrows Palm's Advertising for Windows Phone 7 Series
"Did you see those great ads pushed out the other day from Palm? It looks like Microsoft, who forgot to borrow copy & paste or multi-tasking, has the same ad team or at least the same great idea. Now it’s time for Palm to creatively borrow a few elements from the Microsoft ad. How about adding a few different demographics and have the people in the ads carrying webOS phones."
palm  microsoft  mobile  advertising  from delicious
march 2010 by deusx
Mimeo and the Kleptopus King // ShaunInman.com
"Mimeo (even the name) started as a Mario clone with a twist: instead of power-ups affecting the player, they affect the entire game world. A story and mythos quickly developed. The so-called Mimeoverse consists of two 16-bit demiverses sharing 32-bits between them. When the evil Kleptopus King, an 8-bit octopus with an inferiority complex, discovers a portal into Mimeo’s realm and begins to syphon off its bits, Mimeo is sucked in and downsampled to 2-bit. So begins Mimeo’s quest to restore balance to the demiverses."
mimeo  gaming  kleptopus  art  nifty  iphone  games  mobile  shauninman  from delicious
february 2010 by deusx
John O’Duinn’s Soapbox » Unveiling Mozilla’s Faraday Cage
"We’re planning for at least 400 phones all fitting inside the wireless room, so how to deal with cross interference. Not big enough to just arrange on desks / floor like we did while we were waiting for the Faraday cage to be built. Have to think 3D. ... BedBathandBeyond.com sell rolling mobile bamboo garment racks, which can be assembled with 20 screws each. These can be assembled in minutes. ... They also sell hanging shoe racks which velcro to the cross-rail, are made of heat-resistant fabric, have plastic as a firm base to each shelf and hold 20 phones each."
mozilla  mobile  faraday  cage  bedbathandbeyond  from delicious
february 2010 by deusx
Daring Fireball Linked List: Kara Swisher on Microsoft's Mobile Dilemma
Oh god, I hope MSFT never buys Palm. I'd be in the market for an Android phone, then. "RIM seems like a natural fit, in terms of its customer base and the whole look and feel of BlackBerry software. Palm would be the bolder play."
microsoft  palm  mobile  from delicious
february 2010 by deusx
Hackers Don’t Tinker Because They Got Invited | Smarterware
"Because while we're all ranting about how closed the iPad will be, the jailbreak community is planning competitions to see who can crack it first. The sun isn't setting on tinkerers; their desire to crack things open intensifies when faced with something that's closed by design. The challenge is part of the appeal."
tinkerers  tinkering  apple  ipad  hacks  hacking  mobile  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
Hivelogic - System-On-A-Chip: Why Apple’s new CPU Is So Important
"Apple’s subtle mention that the iPad features a CPU of their own making, the A4, was actually the most exciting part of the whole announcement. It’s pretty important."
ipad  apple  a4  cpu  mobile  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
Firefox for Maemo RC3 « blog.pavlov.net
"We’re excited to bring you the third release candidate of Firefox for Maemo. Since RC2, we fixed several usability bugs that were found, as well as addressed a number of performance issues. Based on feedback we’ve received so far, we were able to find and fix several crash bugs. To improve page load times and responsiveness, we tuned a number of preferences and improved several algorithms. We’ve sped up zooming and made our panning even better."
maemo  nokia  firefox  mobile  mozilla  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
State of the Art - Palm Provides Plenty of P’s With Improved Phones - NYTimes.com
"But first: frankly, I can’t fathom why the Pre and the Pixi haven’t proved to be more popular. The polish and panache of both phones are phenomenal. Both phones feature Palm’s Web OS software, a fine, fluid operating system that, in many aspects, out-iPhones the iPhone. Among other pluses, the software multitasks, so you can put on Pandora radio as you process your e-mail. These are multitouch phones, too, meaning that two-finger gestures (like pinching to shrink a photo or Web page) work perfectly."
palm  pre  pixi  webos  mobile  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
AP News: MagicJack's next act: disappearing cell phone fees
"The device is, in essence, a very small cellular tower for the home.

The size of a deck of cards, it plugs into a PC, which needs a broadband Internet connection. The device then detects when a compatible cell phone comes within 8 feet, and places a call to it. The user enters a short code on the phone. The phone is then linked to the magicJack, and as long as it's within range (YMax said it will cover a 3,000-square-foot home) magicJack routes the call itself, over the Internet, rather than going through the carrier's cellular tower. No minutes are subtracted from the user's account with the carrier. Any extra fees for international calls are subtracted from the user's account with magicJack, not the carrier."
magicjack  gsm  cellular  mobile  voip  from delicious
january 2010 by deusx
AndroidSPIN • View topic - [ROM] Drizzy's DROID 2.1 for G1
"Our good friend Drizzy has been hard at work converting the DROID Android 2.1 ROM over to the HTC Dream / T-Mobile G1 and his dedication has paid off.

YES, You did read that right. Drizzy has also made this DROID rom from Android 2.1."
android  droid  mobile  google  hacks  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
Palm Developer Network Blog » Project Ares Open Beta
"The heart of Ares is its visual drag-and-drop interface builder. The interface builder makes it simple to build complex layouts that adapt to orientation changes and support multiple webOS devices. The visual debugger in Ares goes far beyond the debugging tools previously available to webOS developers, and Ares’ code editor (based on the pioneering work of Mozilla’s Bespin delivers a great experience. Even in beta, we think you’ll find Ares to be the most complete and efficient environment for building webOS apps."
mozilla  palm  ares  webos  development  mobile  javascript  web2.0  ide  palmpre  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
OneWeb works on Firefox mobile - ProcessOne
"After our short demonstration of what you can do when you put XMPP inside the browser, we wanted to demonstrate that it works equally well in a mobile browser."
fennec  mobile  mozilla  xmpp  nifty  from delicious
december 2009 by deusx
Ares: webOS Development in a Browser, with Drag 'n' Drop, Coming Later This Year | PreCentral.net
"To show off the power of Ares, Palm had an engineer code up a Flickr search tool -- in front of a live audience -- using the drag and drop tools to create the various widgets and form necessary for the app."
ares  palm  webos  mobile  from delicious
november 2009 by deusx
Build Your Own Life HUD With a Smartphone and Some Cardboard - Diy life hud - Gizmodo
"A cardboard box, sliced to pieces, taped together, fastened to a pair of work goggles, and capped off with an HTC Magic: this is what DIY augmented reality looks like, right now."
augmentedreality  mobile  goggles  hobohelmet  from delicious
october 2009 by deusx
My first experience using an accessible touch screen device « Marco’s accessibility blog
"Yes, you read correctly: An accessible touch screen device! This morning, I went to a retail store carrying mostly Apple products and had a look at the new iPhone 3G S that was released in Germany on Friday. "
accessibility  apple  iphone  mobile  touchscreen  from delicious
september 2009 by deusx
A new (and different) geo platform - (BlockChalk Blog)
"We’ve just released a brand new API for BlockChalk. It’s very easy to learn and use: requests are made via HTTP GET and POST, and data is provided in XML, JSON, and RSS formats.

These new interfaces enable developers to do nearly everything that you can do at http://blockchalk.com. It’s now possible to build client applications, mash-ups, and other tools based on BlockChalk geolocation data and services."
blockchalk  geo  nifty  webdev  apis  gps  mobile  from delicious
august 2009 by deusx
Innocell Extended Life Battery
"It has 90% more capacity than the original battery and comes with a door in black with Seidio's signature soft touch coating. Even with heavy phone and data usage, this battery will keep you charged and ready to go."
palm  pre  batteries  gadgets  mobile 
july 2009 by deusx
Palm Pre Mojo SDK experiments at updates @ m.blog
"As a new Pre owner, I was curious to learn to code for the Palm WebOS SDK (Mojo). Whenever I try to learn a new technology, I try to build a functional test project. So… what to build for WebOS? Since the Pre’s web browser doesn’t currently support the W3C Geolocation spec used by Flickr Nearby, I figured a good “Hello World” might be an application to get the GPS coordinates from the Pre, and then load the appropriate Flickr page for that location."
palm  pre  geo  webos  webdev  javascript  api  mobile  flickr 
july 2009 by deusx
Gizmodo - Every Mobile Browser Should Give Up and Just Go WebKit - Mobile webkit
"Mozilla's Fennec could become a contender to the throne, true, but it's still far from final."
fennec  webkit  gadgets  mobile 
june 2009 by deusx
Ars Reviews the Palm Pre, part 1: the BlackBerry killer - Ars Technica
I have an iPod Touch, so I have the media. I want the messaging. "In all, Palm put as much effort into making the webOS a first-rate messaging experience as Apple did into making the iPhone a first-rate media experience, and with just as much success. So if most of your communication consists of Twitter, email, SMS, and IM with the people in your Facebook network and/or Gmail contacts list, then the Pre will do for your personal messaging what your work BlackBerry does for your business messaging."
palm  pre  mobile  iphone  blackberry  messaging  webos  wireless  gadgets 
june 2009 by deusx
Gizmodo - Sprint Selling MiFi 2200 Portable Wi-Fi Hotspot for Its 3G Service - Sprint mobile hotspot
I've got a pocket in my backpack that'd be perfect for this thing. "Remember how well Sprint 3G did in tests? And how much we like portable hotspots? Put them together with the $100 Novatel MiFi 2200, and you have a pretty nice setup, dubbed "Sprint Mobile Hotspot.""
wifi  mobile  3g  sprint  novatel 
may 2009 by deusx
XUI | javascript micro-framework
"We hear your words. Why another JavaScript framework?! When development of PhoneGap was under way we noticed slow load times for modern JavaScript frameworks (such as Prototype, MooTools, YUI, Ext and (yes) even jQuery. A big reason why these libraries are so big is because is mostly they contain a great deal of cross browser compatibility code. The mobile space has less browser implementations (so far) and different needs. Thus XUI."
xui  webdev  mobile  javascript  frameworks 
february 2009 by deusx
Palm OS, she is dead
"Palm CEO Ed Colligan just pulled the plug on Palm OS, destroying the hopes and dreams of millions of Palm lovers around the world. As a former Palm programmer, let me tell you that this news saddens yet cheers me: Palm OS is in a better place now. "
palm  palmos  mobile 
february 2009 by deusx
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