Ed Burnette: Apple sneaks Java support onto the iPhone.
Review: Samsung Q1 Ultra (Q1U-V at left) .
Christopher Dawson: Google calculator - it’s no TI-89, but it’s pretty cool.
Sprint's customer service fiasco:
- Splitting up with your cell phone carrier.
- Larry Dignan: Time to boycott Sprint over its customer treatment.
- Russell Shaw: Sprint said to cancel nearly 200 military accounts. More Sprint outrages: phone, store employees told to shoo away cancelled account appeals. That to-be-disconnected Sprint customer tells me all.
- Dana Gardner: SOA demands a new 80-20 rule for application development.
- Joe McKendrick: Another view: avoid bottom-up SOA like the plague. Turn your SOA into a HOA (human oriented architecture).
Computerworld: Army medics get new handhelds for battle applications.
GE CEO Jeff Immelt: India, globalization and the economics of scarcity.
Mary Jo Foley: Microsoft tweaks the Live side of the house.
Photos: Top 10 reviews this week.
Long Zheng: When three ex-MSFTies partner: They’re Beautiful!
Ryan Naraine: Auction site opens up for exploits, vulnerabilities. Robert Scoble: Why Microsoft outplays Apple long term.
New York Times: Sony Cuts PlayStation 3 Prices as Many Xboxes Fail.
Christopher Dawson: Linux definitely has a place in education.
Dan Kusnetzky: Day 6 of the old coffee-in-the-keyboard trick.
New York Times: Technology’s Untanglers: They Make It Really Work.
News.com: The 787 Dreamliner is here