When I ordered our Nexus Ones I commented out loud (in a coffee shop) about how much tax there was on it. $26.45! I was glad shipping was free, but man that’s a lot of tax! Yesterday Google notified me that I was overcharged, and would be receiving a partial refund: We’re writing in regards to […]
Steve Jobs finally decided to explain why you don’t want Flash on your iPhone. Interesting timing, just after Andy Rubin (co-founder and former CEO of Danger, Inc. and Android, currently VP of Engineering at Google overseeing development of Android) sat down with the New York Times and said Flash is coming to Android in 2.2 […]
This is what it has come down to. For even the most basic website development you need to be looking at your site in a bunch of different browsers. If you don’t have the energy to put into it you can get away with just looking at Firefox and Internet Explorer, but that’s not a […]
Just a quick check in from the Nexus One, because I can. I’ll have a few entries coming up soon talking about the N1 ordering process, the transition from a blackberry, and the general awesomeness of this hardware and the Android OS.