If you have been following previous news on Pandoralive, you should know that the Pyra’s design is progressing well enough. There are additional news in the past week, and a hint that a prototype may be available by the GamesCom !
Nobody really talks about the Pandora as a pretty good Manga reader, so I thought I’d give you some perspective on why the Pandora is well adapted to this kind of usage. Well, size-wise, it’s always great to have a whole bunch of stuff to read in the palm of your hands. But that’s not the only reason why the Pandora is good at it.
Wow, a bunch of updates this time… it took me a while to compile this monthly list. You want some highlights? How about the new Firefox 38 ? Or the new PPSSPP version ? Or the new LibreOffice 4.5 ? Or Jackjazz Rabbit freshly recompiled by Notaz for Pandora ? There’s actually a lot of good stuff in this past month, you better check it out!
Evil Dragon from DragonBox has shared some nice updates regarding the development of the Dragonbox Pyra, the successor of the Open Pandora Linux handheld device. There is still not a firm release date, but a few problems have been more or less kicked out of the way.
Not much activity in the last few days of May but there was one surprise that made the wait until June worth it. I’ll let you see the results for yourselves…
It’s time to give you guys a last change to either participate or improve you scores in the current competition in May. There has not been too much activity in the past couple of weeks so now is the time or never to get your Pandora in hands and make a difference.
We are almost in June! Who would have thought things moved SO FAST! Anyway… here’s another monthly update. There’s been a slightly reduced activity in the past 30 days, but noteworthy releases as well, such as Notaz’s Diablo build… and updates to Hase making it a better game to play progressively. And there’s more.
As you guys can notice, I did not have tons of time in the past few weeks, but do not worry, there’s a bunch of articles coming your way… in the meantime, here’s a quick status check on the Monthly C4A compo. There’s as much competition as ever, except that I’m not taking part of it. For now. Beware, Matti and Canseco !
Alright, we have had quite a few articles in the past month, let’s look which ones got the most traction from readers… so that you know as well if you missed anything important or not!
The April compo is now over, and while I can’t say there were many changes since the previous temporary results, we have one sneaky Canseco who made some smart moves while everyone was not looking. And managed to go up, and up…