From Andy Rubin:
We have developed Android in cooperation with the Open Handset
Alliance, which consists of more than 30 technology and mobile leaders
including Motorola, Qualcomm, HTC and T-Mobile.
Will the concept of Open Handsets coincide with the opening of mobile networks, etc? All essential in the building of trust in a neutral net. Can the GOOG be trusted remains to be seen.
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Tags: gphone, android, google os, google phone, open, network neutrality
Noticing some weirdness today in Facebook. Earlier this morning, I was unable to login, getting an error=105.
Then I was told that I “annoyed someone,” which apparently entailed using some “poke me” application. I neither have said application, nor was I online at time of said annoyance.
And now, the top item in my Facebook “news feed” claims that 5 of my friends posted the new Eagles video, which I highly doubt. Anyone else noticing weirdness on FB lately?
Since I’m sticking at work a bit late thought I’d catch some of this Democratic debate but as is often the case with live network Webcasts… no dice. *Shrug* Guess I’ll just have to laugh at the “breaking news” banner some more.
Ann Coulter is disgustingly skinny. So, when I heard her speak last night at USC, I couldn’t help myself but to replace the word “liberal” with “fat people” — at least in my head — the dozens of times she berated the intellectually beefy. Her new book would probably be quite a hoot if only it were titled “If
Democrats Fat People Had Any Brains, They’d Be Republicans.”
Click here to read my account of her “Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week” presentation complete with photos and video at LAist.
Oh, and happy Leopard Day Mac users!