If I ever lose a cat, I’m paying this guy to make the poster.
"So what’s the secret to making marriage last?
nook for Android, finally
Two people who choose to stay married. That’s it."
Barnes and Noble had a special opportunity to be the very first bookstore backed ebook reader available on the Android platform. Instead they are dead last, beat by both Amazon and Borders.
The special opportunity came in that their handheld reader, The Nook, runs the Android platform. So, presumably, very little modification would be required to port it to mobile phones as opposed to the specific hardware of the Nook.
The Kindle app is great. And the Barnes and Noble owned eReader.com website app is terrible. So I’m not sure I have any reason to take a chance on it now.
I guess competition is good though.
New policy aims elimnate no VBAC stances.
“Most women who’ve had a C-section, and many who’ve had two, should be allowed to try labor with their next baby, say new guidelines — a step toward reversing the “once a cesarean, always a cesarean” policies taking root in many hospitals.”
Google Music Launching Alongside Android 3.0
If only I were this lucky.
TV business kisses HDMI goodbye
There’s still no guarantee any of the current crop of handsets will see these updates but, regardless, this is good news. Competition is good and, even when locked to the Android platform, there are not many solid offerings in this arena. Music in the cloud is one of the most interesting immediate uses of it for most consumers.
Android 2.2 (Froyo) has been open sourced
Good bye, HDMI. Long live whatever new thing the device manufacturers think we should use (though, admittedly, this does seem better).
DROID X available on Verizon on July 15th
And all the EVO users who hate sense but still want to use their cameras, their HDMI out, and their 4G connection rejoice.
Anyone want to start a pool on how long it takes to see an EVO Rom for this?
DCTA plans no night or weekend service
Single 8MP Camera, HDMI Out, 4.3” screen, 1GHz Processor, Android OSP (Non HTC Sense), Android 2.2 (Froyo).
Should be a very nice phone for new and existing Verizon customers.
Seems a bit absurd that a rail service paid for by Denton residents and customers would be designed not to benefit that very demographic.