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An update on the “My history in gadgets” post from a while back, as things have progressed a bit meanwhile ;)
Mobile phone history:
I’ve since sold my Desire, and obtained/sold the following phones:
HTC Desire HD
I’ve always been a fan of the “stock Google” look of android, also often referred to as AOSP (Android Open Source Project) – a clean look, no bells and whistles added by the vendor of the device in question.
The ‘vendor’ looks usually change the look of … Continue reading
On the HTC Desire S, I’ve been using an unofficial build (made by Flinny) of CyanogenMod 10 for a while – happily so.
Unfortunately the author is/was a bit strapped for time, and development slowed down significantly at the time. Updates … Continue reading
May there be more and fun years coming!
You’ve just gotten your shiny new Android Phone, and you want to migrate to it. There are several options, including Titanium Backup to move stuff, but Google also has you covered (party): Android Backup & Restore. You can find this setting on your phone, under “Settings” and “Backup … Continue reading
Debian Wheezy has been released today.
This release brings tons of new features, amongst which are multiarch support, several specific tools to deploy private clouds, an improved installer, and a complete set of multimedia codecs and front-ends which remove the … Continue reading
If you’re living outside the US, and you’re using OpenWRT (a fantastic 3rdparty opensource firmware for many routers), you might have noticed that not all the WiFi channels which are legally allowed in your region are actually available for you to choose from.
This is a known … Continue reading
As an addendum to my previous post on how to install Debian Sid on the XPS13, I’ve been having issues with suspend – the laptop would sporadicaly not go to sleep properly on lid close, or it wouldn’t come out of suspend afterwards.
I seem to have found … Continue reading
I purchased a Dell XPS 13 Ultrabook, to replace my ageing Apple Macbook 2,1. After six years of daily use, it’s (over)due to retire.
The reasons for not going for another Apple product:
It was about time to update the theme here a bit… so welcome to the new look ;)
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