Monthly Archives: December 2005

Further Bluetooth Woes

One of my favorite technology blunders has added another bullet point to their list of screwups. Apparently the Bluetooth folks have forced the BlueZ (Linux Bluetooth stack) folks to take down a list of hardware that works with BlueZ. I’m … Continue reading

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Nokia’s Series60 Open Source Browser

OSNews has a great writeup of the open source browser for the Series60 platform that Nokia has been working on. I stand by my assertion that I would like to see more code to go along with the talk, but … Continue reading

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Gmail Mobile

Google released Gmail Mobile a little while ago, and I’ve spent a little time playing with it. Nothing really interesting there, but there are few quirks and points of interest. Yahoo also has a mobile interface to their email service, … Continue reading

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770 Party

We went over to the San Francisco edition of the Nokia 770 party. It was a very small event, so I had a lot of time to talk to the Nokia folks who were there. I’ve been doing Linux embedded … Continue reading

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TI DSP SOC Shipping With MontaVista Support

Texas Instruments is shipping a DSP System On a Chip with Linux support for abstracted DSP interface. The article, and TI and MontaVista apparently, are talking about the video applications. I would think this would go a huge way toward … Continue reading

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