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Comment Re:Side-loading (Score 1) 521

Hopefully they'll at least have a dev mode. Unless something has changed, you have to root your device and manually enable sideloading on the Nook Color to test you apps, even if you are an accepted developer.

Comment Re:Silk Browser (Score 1) 521

Can't say I really care for that at all. It's not 2003 any more. Modern devices have the horsepower to rerender pages if needed. I hope there's a way to turn that off. I really don't want Amazon mucking around with my web browsing.

Comment Re:Of course..... (Score 2) 75

They should go back to a freely downloadable, but unsupported version. Compared to enterprise level support from other vendors(Unix, Windows, etc) I don't think their pricing is that bad, but an easily accessible free version with no support would alleviate the headaches of waiting for CentOS and others to keep up. Fedora is nice, but it's too far removed from the main Red Hat release and can be unstable.

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Submission + - GPL Violations Rampant in the Android Market (sharitt.com)

bsharitt writes: Compliance with open sources license continue to be an issue in the mobile app markets. The most recent to pop up is AnDOSBox in the Android market. While the application is based on the GPL license DOSBox source, it's not currently convenient for them to comply with the license at the moment.

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