Linux engineer devises ingenious DIY ‘PiPhone’, powered by the humble single cell computer and basic electronics.
Another quintet of stories that caught our eye this week, including the boxer that came face-to-face with his Twitter troll.
A look at Googles latest numbers reveal that Android fragmentation is still plaguing the ecosystem.
To prove Zuckerberg wrong, two Sencha developers have developed an HTML5 web interface called Fastbook.
It’s time to unwind for the weekend with our increasingly off-topic collection of links from around the web.
We speak to Jason Huggins, father of the Selenium project (and Angry Birds-playing robots) as his company unveils a new suite of cloud-based testing tools for mobile web apps.
Tom Spencer of Mubaloo looks at the increasing fragmentation of the mobile browser market, as Firefox OS and Windows Phone 8 join the smartphone OS party.
PLUS, Google Enterprise President joins GoodData board, and Spring Framework 3.0.6 released.
WANdisco launch new app store, for the changing CRM environment.
Adobe make an iOS-related announcement, and InterSystems launch Globals at JAX London.
Adobe’s Michaël Chaize presents live demo of the same app running on iPad, iPhone and Android.
comScore report that Android now has a greater market share than Apple.
Google vice-president compliments Apple for learning from their mistakes.
It’s been a good year for the smartphone industry, and Android in particular.