Archive for the tag "android"
Linux and Android No worries, even though this article is a side-step into the Android ecosystem, it is still on-topic for Slackware users. I recently bought a Huawei Watch 2, when it was in a sale on Amazon. It’s the 4G version and long ago I had made a deal with myself that if a […]
Yesterday, I uploaded the packages for the new KDE Software Compilation 4.12.4 which brings us updates to the Applications and Development Platform. The Plasma Workspaces are following a separate version numbering scheme – the new workspaces package version is 4.11.8. The Slackware-current tree has not seen exciting updates other than security fixes and because of that, again I […]
Sticking nicely to the well-known KDE Release Schedule, here are packages for the latest and greatest KDE Software Compilation. The new release 4.12.3 is a further step towards stabilizing the 4.12 platform and comes with updates to Plasma Workspaces, which brings that to version 4.11.7. Incidentally I also updated the Plasma Workspaces (aka kde-workplace) in […]
So I bought myself a nice Android phone in april. It’s a HTC Desire, a real “tweakers’ phone”. It runs Android 2.1 – and before the end of the year, HTC should have an update to Android 2.2 available. It is an impressive piece of work, and when I compare it to the iPhone or […]