Even though Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thinks the company is still innovative despite criticism of staleness, he did surprise a recent interviewer with one way he thinks the company could innovate – production of an Android powered smartphone. According to Wozniak, who made what amounts to an heretical statement for Apple fans, he thinks iAndroid “could compete very well.
I have never heard of nor seen OS X operating systems running within x86-64 emulators. Is this a reason?
Windows, Linux, etc., and plenty of hobbyist OSes work on x86 emulators (even SkyOS); however, I've never heard of any Apple OSes on x86 emulators. Bochs, an x86 emulator, supports UEFI/EFI, and Apple hardware on their x86 systems are not customized.
Australian app developers keen to integrate speech recognition into their apps for iOS 4.0 or Android 2.1 devices are the target for the local expansion of Nuance’s Mobile Developer Programme which from today is providing support for Australian English in all its glory.
Rather than push a dedicated ebook reader, Australian bookseller Dymocks has chosen to follow the tablet route. The company has begun selling the Acer Iconia tablet at selected stores, and offers a free Android app for buying and reading ebooks from its catalogue.