My HTC Magic is one year old and it is running Android 1.5. That is very old OS. Moreover, HTC doesn't seem to have a plan to upgarde it. So, I think that is the time to upgarde my phone and convert it into a dev phone. I may install an open source rom on it.
For my choice for the new phone, that is Samsung Galaxy S. I went to a shop having a hand-on experience on it. That is stylish and the screen is so great! So, I love it. Tonight, I went a few shops, but no stocks for Samsung Galaxy S. So poor.....
In Windows, there is not a good partition manager. Yes, you can buy some third parties software. But there is a free alternative choice, GParted. GParted is the partition manager for Linux. But it have a LiveCD ISO. So, you can boot your computer with the LiveCD and resize your partition.
Google has a new developer tool for Android, App Inventor for Android. That seems to be much easier than eclipse IDE plug-ins. The interface is as simple as Visual Studio. Thus, Google said this tool is aimed to general public users. But I think there is some programming skills required. Please image after you drop a button on a form, you need to program the logic when the button is clicked.
Amazon has released Kindle for Android last week(I think). But that requires Android 1.6 or above. My HTC Magic is still running 1.5. That is too bad. I cannot test it. However, basis on the screenshots, it should be cool!
I just bought a 6" Kindle last week. But this week, I found Kindle DX is on sales too. That is $359. I think around 100 dollars off! If I bought it this week, I could have another opinion. Anyway, $359 is too much for me. I think that is not different if I buy it this week.