Is Wube Software's factory-management game utterly brilliant, or merely fantastic?
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
A bug in the way the iPhone handles SMS messages which can lead to remote code execution - first spotted by security pro Charlie Miller - has been patched by Apple.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has stated that his company is "confused" by Google's approach to the OS market, accusing the company of offering "two client operating systems."
Chinese chip maker Rockchip is looking to beat ARM at its own game, with the launch of an ultra-low voltage processor aimed specifically at Android 'phones.
Rumour has it that Sony is looking towards Google's Android platform for its next revision of the Walkman range of MP3/MP4 players.
The Intel-funded netbook-oriented Linux distribution Moblin is due to take a leaf from Ubuntu's book and offer support for Android applications.
Applications developed for Google's Android platform may soon be executable on a standard Ubuntu system thanks to work by Canonical.
Nokia and Intel have teamed up to launch the oFono project, which aims to produce an abstraction layer to mobile telephony functionality on Linux operating systems.
Google's Android platform is set to explode in 2009 according to predictions from Strategy Analytics - and with 900 percent growth could knock the iPhone off top spot.
Samsung has become the second major handset manufacturer to dip its toes in the Android waters, with the I7500 smartphone running Google's open source OS.
T-Mobile has sold its one millionth G1, the first commercial smartphone implementing Google's Linux-based Android operating system.
China-based Skytone has launched the first commercial Android-based netbook for just $100 - and it even doubles up as a tablet PC.
Google has launched an early peek at the Android 1.5 development kit, and the upgrade brings some major changes - including the long-awaited on-screen keyboard.
Acer has confirmed that, despite product testing being ongoing, Google's Android platform isn't yet suitable for netbook devices.
OpenMoko has announced that it is postponing plans for a follow-up to its ambitious open source smartphone to concentrate on the secretive "Project B."
The X11 graphical user interface platform has been successfully installed on the Android-based T-Mobile G1, allowing for a fully-fledged desktop environment.
Google is set to introduce paid-for content to the Android Marketplace - with developers getting a 70 percent cut of the proceeds, and carries taking the remainder.
Security researcher Charlie Miller has unveiled a rather worrying security hole in Google's Android platform - one which allows for arbitrary code execution.
Garmin-Asus are allegedly planning an Android-based low-cost smartphone to be sold under the Eee brand, positioned alongside current WinMo and Linux devices.
Archos is planning to update its Internet Media Tablet range with a new ultra-slim device running Google's open-source Android OS.
Motorola has announced the closure of its Windows Mobile development centre in Florida, prompting speculation that it is ditching the platform in favour of Google's Android.
Google has ditched the traditional cash bonus this Xmas in favour of giving all employees an Android-based G1 handset - which they can't resell, even if they already have one.
Google has launched a version of the Android-equipped HTC Dream aimed at developers, with writeable flash and a bootloader which will run unsigned code.
The infamous iPhone-Dev team has managed to get a working copy of Linux to boot on an iPhone, although the hack is very much at the proof of concept stage.
September 18 2020 | 18:30
Copyright © 2000 - 2020, bit-tech.net. All rights reserved.