We know, it's summer: here's what you missed in the smartphone world while you were relaxing at the beach.
|(opens in new tab)Google Voice Application Released for AndroidThree More Updates to Android This YearFuture Versions of Android Called Donut, Eclair & Flan||(opens in new tab)BlackBerry Messenger 5.0 Leaked for Most Devices. Get it!Comprehensive BlackBerry Tour Photo GalleryBlackBerry Visor Mount Speakerphone Now Available!|
|Tips & tricks to optimize your Nokia N97 phone memoryNokia and AT&T announces the Surge for 19 JulyN-Gage comes to the N97 with software update||(opens in new tab)Palm Releases Mojo SDK for PreWhat do you think of the Palm Pre Ads?WebOS coming Next Week?|
|(opens in new tab)iPhone 3.1 Beta 2: Breaks AT&T Tethering Hack, Allows Wi-Fi Testing, Intros Augmented Reality APIsApple Releases iTunes 8.2.1 - Kills Palm Pre Sync DeadAmazon Remote Wipes Kindle Copies of 1984, Animal Farm||Windows Marketplace will serve Windows Mobile 6.0, 6.1.Samsung Omnia GPS finally unlocked.Verizon may shut out Windows Marketplace.|
Windows Central Newsletter
Get the best of Windows Central in in your inbox, every day!
Re: In response to Amazon's remote deletion of 1984 and Animal Farm Hi there, Saw you'd written about the Amazon / 1984 flap, and I thought you might be
interested in the petition we launched yesterday: http://defectivebydesign.org/amazon1984 We have over 1400 signatures already, and signers include Lawrence Lessig,
Clay Shirky, Cory Doctorow and other notable authors, librarians, and
scholars. The petition opens: "We believe in a way of life based on the free exchange of ideas, in which
books have and will continue to play a central role. Devices like Amazon's
are trying to determine how people will interact with books, but Amazon's
use of DRM to control and monitor users and their books constitutes a clear
threat to the free exchange of ideas." Please have a look, and if you support the cause or think it would be
interesting to your readers, a blog post would be great! Thanks, -Holmes Wilson
Free Software Foundation
Thank you for signing up to Windows Central. You will receive a verification email shortly.
There was a problem. Please refresh the page and try again.