Daily Dose - Mono Supports MeeGo Apps - Android Support Coming
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The open source .NET development environment, MonoDevelop, has just gained the support it needs to develop applications for the recently announced Maemo/Mobiln hybrid: MeeGo. MonoDevelop can be used on Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X systems to target MeeGo devices, unlike MonoTouch for iPhone development, which only works on Mac. Novell has been putting a lot of emphasis on development for mobile devices with Mono. The Mono development team is currently making a version of Mono for Android called MonoDroid. Early support for MeeGo was a good move for Mono because Nokia plans to run 20% of its devices on MeeGo by 2011.
China Denies Google's Accusations in Cyberattack Investigation
Today, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman said that Google's accusations against China in the cyberattack investigations are baseless. Earlier this month, Google said it had traced the attacks back to two Chinese schools. Both have denied any involvement and the spokesman also called this accusation baseless. Google and China have restarted their meetings to decide whether Google will go through with removing censorship blocks on its Chinese search engine.
Backroom Patent Deal Between Microsoft and Amazon
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