Don't you just hate weeks with two Mondays? Here's a short news overview that grew out of control:
- The Blackberry/8700 is official, putting an end to a lot of speculation.
- Nokia churned out another threesome, of which only the N92 sparked my interest (DVB-H is still lost somewhere in the Valley of Hype, but the form factor is interesting).
- Vastly more interesting, however, is their new Open Source site - especially their Python port page, their S60 OSS Browser and (for those of you sleeping on the job) their SIP stack.
- fon is making waves again. Considering that it is still completely impractical to do any sort of real mobile service atop Wi-Fi, I guess that the only reason people keep trying is that they simply don't understand the problem (I suppose one of these days I'll have to re-cast the issues and show why the technology is still fundamentally wrong for this sort of thing).
- Sprint and Comcast and a few others clearly get it, though.
- Is it just me, or is Beagle beginning to look a lot like Spotlight?
- iSquint - brilliant name.
- The geniuses behind the ROKR strike again - and omit the headphone jack. Sure, there are plenty of Bluetooth stereo headsets, but...
- GNUstep lives.
- Rob Galbraith's article on Aperture - for later perusal.
Uncooked RAW Support in 10.4.3
I guess Apple is still too US-centric to realize there are regional variations in cameras...