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Sam Jordan

Member since: Mar 6th, 2008

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Farewell, Internet (Download Squad)

Apr 12th 2011 10:19PM Dammit, really? That sucks, really liked this site. Good luck to the writers' future endeavors.

Google 'no longer investigating' fix for Nexus One 3G issues, advises 'changing your location' (Engadget)

Apr 22nd 2010 3:45AM @Tes It's probably a compound of both issues. Whatever the case, being told to turn the phone sound or move location (!) isn't a fix.

Google 'no longer investigating' fix for Nexus One 3G issues, advises 'changing your location' (Engadget)

Apr 22nd 2010 3:34AM Great work Google! In fact, why don't all Nexus One users just attach a coat hanger to to the device?

So basically: "You bought a defective phone, deal with it."

Inbox2 does email + social networks in style, but not for everyone (Download Squad)

Feb 24th 2010 6:00PM I tried this, nice *idea* but the implementation is a bit off. Threaded messages are simply a must for email, especially as I have a few emailers with multiple authors and hundreds of messages and like the author said, memory hog.

Maybe in a couple versions time this could be something cool.

Skinning the Fox just got easier: Personas 2.0 (Download Squad)

Dec 17th 2009 2:52PM Potentially cool, except much like the Google Chrome designs, they all look like crap. :p

Engadget talks Joojoo, Arrington, 3G, and more with Fusion Garage's Chandra Rathakrishnan (Engadget)

Dec 11th 2009 3:22PM From @Nokia N900's CrunchBase link:

"Chanda is also a patent holder in the area of operating systems, possibly for the custom OS that can be found on Fusion Garage’s soon-to-be failure of a tablet named the JooJoo."

Malicious Linux screensaver proves any OS's biggest vulnerability is sitting in the chair (Download Squad)

Dec 9th 2009 7:40PM Operating systems are only as clever as the people who use them.

Good post!