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joensuu.fi wifi bug

Do you remember 2010? Android 2.1 was all the rage and the HTC Desire was the phone to own. Joonas Lehtolahti remembers it too. He had a problem with the Wi-Fi network at his university. Because it was an open, un-encrypted network students could connect without needing a password, but to get out onto the Internet you needed to login via a special server. Without getting technical the redirect to this login server used just the hostname “joynet” rather than its full domain name “joynet.joensuu.fi”. OK, so what? Well the problem is that with Android that meant that the name couldn’t be resolved. The result was that students at the university couldn’t access the Internet from an Android device.

Amazon Kindle Fire to be Unveiled Tomorrow

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by on September 27, 2011 11:25 am
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Amazon is going to hold an event tomorrow, and all rumors point to them announcing and showcasing their upcoming Android-based tablet, the Amazon Kindle Fire. The latest rumors about the specs of this tablet are very contradicting, with some saying the tablet will sport a dual-core OMAP 4 processor, while others are…

amazon-kindle-tablet-not-droid

So now that we’ve seen some details about the Amazon Kindle Tablet, I have to say that I’m a little disappointed in what the Amazon tablet is shaping up to be. The price seems pretty good compared to the Nook Color, and compared to the Kindle reader. This is the…

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While we were waiting for the Amazon 7″ tablet to appear in August according to the initial rumors, and later got pushed to October, it appears it won’t arrive until November this year. Also, the 10″ tablet may or may not come in Q1 2012, while it was initially planned…

binatone-readme-mobile-android-device-1

E-book readers are an increasingly popular product. With Amazon’s Kindle leading the pack, most of these devices pack Android as their OS of choice. This is mostly because it’s cheap and easy to use. Binatone, a small manufacturer, already has a proven track record in providing cheap eBook Readers that…

quickbooks-mobile

With the current economy, taxes may seem like a pain in the ass. However, no matter how we may dislike them, we still have to do them. And as the old saying goes, anything worth doing is worth doing right. And that’s what Intuit, a small software company that specializes…

Android 2.1 for Sony Ericcson Xperia X8

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by on November 29, 2010 7:23 am
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According to the official Sony Ericsson Blog, if you are a proud owner of the Sony Ericsson X8, then you might find Android 2.1 finding its way to your device sometime soon. The things added besides the obvious step-up to Android 2.1 are the same as for the already started…

In slightly better firmware update news from Motorola than what we’ve been getting, the company has stated on its Support Forums that the European version of the Motorola Milestone (the DROID in the U.S.) will get an Android 2.2 Froyo update sometime in Q4 of 2010. [via Arne Hess]