links for 2009-7-27: Mozilla and Google gets tricky; Apple Tablet; iPhone Encryption
By kevinschmidt on Jul 26, 2009
- For Mozilla and Google, Group Hugs Get Tricky - "In short, Mozilla showed the world that browsers matter. Now the challenge is to keep proving that Mozilla matters." I think Mozilla and Firefox absolutely do matter. Some interest notes on how Google rationalized building Chrome given their relationship with Mozilla and Firefox.
- Apple's tablet in time for Christmas? - I wouldn't call it a Newton, but I don't think it would fail like the Newton either.
- Hacker Says iPhone 3GS Encryption Is ‘Useless’ for Businesses - Yet another "feature" of the 3G S that doesn't compel me to want to fork out the cash to upgrade. “Apple may be technically correct that [the iPhone 3GS] has an encryption piece in it, but it’s entirely useless toward security.”