Two days ago I unboxed my Pine64 PinePhone:
For quite some time — since Purism announced their Librem 5 crowdfunder in 2017 — I have been thinking about bringing this blog back, that had been downgraded to a category in my personal blog.
On December 21st, 2020, my Google Pixel XL, which I had used with LineageOS and microG and loved for its great camera, just plainly died. During a phone call.
On Episode 57 (published Feb. 19th, 2019) of the Late Night Linux podcast Purism CEO Todd Weaver was interviewed by podcast host Joe Ressington. Below is a brief summary in bullet points:
While Purism has allegedly finally managed to ship out their developer kits, Necunos will provide you with a thingy they call a smartphone much faster.
In April I wrote down my impressions on the reMarkable Paper Tablet. This is an update to that post.
Yet another post on a device featuring an eInk screen, how likely is that? I honestly don’t know, but this is another post about such a thing.
I have been an avid buyer of the devices US book giant Barnes & Noble has made under the Nook brand since 2012, when I purchased a Nook Simple Touch.
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