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I’m under the impression that everybody who reviewed the Samsung Galaxy S I9000 and gave it big praise (even as an iPhone contender) has not really used the device for more than two minutes. There are so many annoyances and glitches that must not happen to well-designed user-friendly devices. The Samsung mail client Samsung has [...]
Update: Downgrading from the unofficial Froyo (2.2) release to an unofficial 2.1 release (2.1-update1, from the JM5 release which can be found on the internet) seems to improve things greatly: The “Active Applications” widget now shows 7 to 9 apps running without any significant slowdowns. “Force close”s are gone, lag is way down, battery seems [...]
Since I own a Samsung Galaxy S I9000 Android device now and am not entirely happy with it, I decided to share my whining with you. The coming days, I’ll try to explain what’s wrong with the phone, Android and the apps. I don’t have months of experience with the device yet, but I’ve started [...]
This blog is running WordPress, one of the most popular web-logging applications. Recently, another flaw in WordPress surfaced and caused some stir and panic. The issue was (in the end) missing type-checking on user-provided input, a well-known and well-understood flaw. This must not happen to a project of WordPress’ popularity and professionalism. I looked at [...]