Oracle, Are You Really Hurting for Cash This Badly?

Saw this just now via MacRumors – a wonderful note that our friends at Oracle have decided to bundle the Ask.com toolbar (an invaluable tool if there ever was one) with the Mac version of Java (as they’ve done with the Windows version for some time)… For years, Oracle has been bundling an Ask.com search… Continue reading Oracle, Are You Really Hurting for Cash This Badly?

Why Do Printers Still Suck?

The Installer failed and looped endlessly. You should be ashamed. Recently I bought an HP Photoshare 7510, a pretty nice printer/scanner that brings me up to the wireless age.  I’ve had a few problems setting up the software though. My Mac had a few hiccups with the scanning from the printer feature, and Karey’s Windows… Continue reading Why Do Printers Still Suck?

Backup & Restore Android Apps Using ADB

Android is an interesting platform for a number of reasons, one of which is it’s openness to developer and debugging tools, and the fact that it runs a modified form of Linux as an operating system. If you’re like me and quite fond of jumping around from ROM to ROM on your Android devices, a… Continue reading Backup & Restore Android Apps Using ADB

Fennec Pre-Alpha Released

http://blog.mozilla.com/blassey/200…windows-mobile/ “This release is pre-alpha, and intended to get the product into the hands of early adopters in order to get feed back and bug reports. In order to focus our efforts on getting this release out, we have targeted only one device, the HTC Touch Pro. This has a number of user interface implications,… Continue reading Fennec Pre-Alpha Released

One Line Wisdom: Windows Mobile Edition

In the past we’ve asked you to share your best tips with the community, and in the same vein comes my newest talking point, the elusive yet useful joys of a small nugget of wisdom. Your mission, dear community, is to share one short line of wisdom that you might give to new users of… Continue reading One Line Wisdom: Windows Mobile Edition