A retailer has reportedly opened an unofficial Android store in China, billing itself as a "celebrities smartphone experience store," according to a rough translation posted on Isidor's Fugue blog. Interestingly enough, the store is claimed to be selling iPhones among a variety of other smartphones.......
Steve Jobs doesn’t blog often, but when he does, it’s always entertaining. Today, Apple’s CEO has taken the time to write a 1,700 word post about why Apple (or perhaps more precisely, he) doesn’t like Adobe Flash. And why Apple doesn’t support it in new products. And more importantly, why...
The Chinese characters in the orange cloud above say "netizens." Some Chinese netizens who feel caught between Google and their government have written an open letter to "relevant Chinese government ministries and Google Inc." It's got a very long preamble which I hope somebody will take the time to translate...
Rough translation: economy is in the crapper and we've just realized we need Google more than they need us: http://bit.ly/dnArE0 (El Pais)
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?