Monthly Archives: August 2010

The dirty little secret about Google Android

Google Android began with the greatest of intentions — freedom, openness, and quality software for all. However, freedom always comes with price, and often results in unintended consequences. With Android, one of the most important of those unintended consequences is … Continue reading

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Disable Facebook Places

From Wired How-To Wiki     Facebook now lets you share your whereabouts with your friends by “checking in” to a location through Facebook Places. But Places does have an odd quirk — even if you don’t want to share … Continue reading

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PayPal payments soon Android-integrated?

  PayPal could go beyond an Android app to an integrated payment system, according to recent reports. eBay’s PayPal is in talks with Google to about adding its payment service to Android devices, according to a Bloomberg report Friday. If … Continue reading

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Website downtime

I want to apologise to people who tried to access my website over the weekend. There have been some Denial Of Service (DOS) attacks on the server that is hosting my website and had to change servers a few times in order … Continue reading

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Great Flex Podcasts/Resources through iTunes

I just thought I’d share some good iTunes podcasts/resources that you can subscribe to, that will enrich your knowldge of Flex. A great way for you to casually listen to video and audio podcasts while commuting on the train, or … Continue reading

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