This bridge remains to le tour, but we already shot our weekly links that summarize the most interesting we’ve seen on friends blogs.
- The Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc has a very careful design, a huge screen Bravia Mobile, Android Gingerbread with services powered extra of, and the most interesting of all: a complete analysis on Engadget (part I, part II, part III, and soon the fourth and last part).
- Do we watch big brother? Apple has denied it this week, once broke the news of the iPhone Tracker days ago. We leave two analysis of the topic from the perspectives of Engadget (“three requirements for manufacturers and operators») and Applesfera (“facts may appear to be serious, but is not counting all what is due”).
- In Androidsis they have interviewed Ander Webbs, the developer of ADW. Launcher and ADWLauncher EX, two of the most popular substitutes for the home default Android (and lazandor by default in many cooked ROMs). I’ll take the words dedicated to Google: «stop prostitution Android for business dealings with certain manufacturers and slightly more open development».
- Eduardo Arcos has pulled his experience as a worker in mobility and has listed the six best tools to work from our smartphone. Dropbox and Evernote are drawer, what you think they are the others? You have your opinion on Cooking Ideas.
- And finally, a curious study that says half of mobile phones in Spain are not used. We have seen it in two yogurts.
And that’s it until the coming week. We hope your tracks on our contact mail.