If there's one thing you can count on in a large crowded city like New York, it's that there's always someone waiting on the subway platform. So while we love this gorgeous $48 backpack from Mojo featuring a subway door screen print that actually opens to reveal a platform, we're left a little unsettled by the lack…
FoxNew.com tech editor Jeremy Kaplan asked me if I think Apple's lost its mojo. I responded using a metaphor pertaining to intercourse, particularly that moment after the fact, and he went with it. Hey, it was a good metaphor! [FoxNews.com]
A June 29 job listing indicates that Palm plans to eventually rectify the Pre's lack of gaming of powah—they're looking for someone to "design, implement, debug, and optimize frameworks for game development" who has "knowledge of 3D graphics, including hardware graphics pipelines and programmable shaders."
iPhone developer Craig Hunter confirms some of our fears about Palm's entirely web-language based Mojo SDK for WebOS—it's weak sauce, with pitiful access to the Pre's powerful hardware.
Palm's Mojo devkit has leaked to the web ahead of schedule—they had announced it would arrive in late summer, and instead developers are treated to the SDK right now.
Mojo, who does effects for Battlestar Galactica, has just written a really cool blow-by-blow analysis of how the effects team put together one of the most exciting scenes in last week's episode. Spoilers ahead . . .