Google’s Own Burning Platform Memo | ParisLemon
This is all kinds of fascinating. It’s a Jerry Maguire-esque memo for Google. It’s The Burning Platform part 2.
[...] Read it.
Infographic: 37 Android-related patent lawsuits (since 2010) | FOSS Patents
This infographic leaves no doubt that Android faces more problems than any other software platform — mobile or otherwise — in the history of this industry. And the trend is undoubtedly that there will be even more of this before all is said and done and, hopefully, settled.
[...] A company that treates copyright this way — also according to Oracle’s allegations — may be similarly arrogant and reckless when patents are concerned. Google just exposes its entire ecosystem to legal risks. If it goes well, Google reaps most of the rewards. If it doesn’t, others will have to pick up most of the bill.
Forget Samsung’s Tab — run Android on your iPad | Computerworld Blogs
OpeniBoot is an open source group dedicated to figuring out the bootrom on iOS devices.
What this means is that OpeniBoot produce tools which allow unsigned code to launch on Apple’s devices, which means you can install other operating systems on your device.