Lilbits 6-26-2020: What’s new at Liliputing.com? (Plus Lakefield benchmarks, Chuwi and GPD updates)

Liliputing has been publishing news, reviews, and how to articles related to tiny computers for more than a dozen years. And in that time, the web has changed. A lot. Every now and again I try to make sure the site changes with it… so for the second time this year, we’ve switched to a […]

Weekend poll: Liliputing comment voting — like or dislike?

For the past few years Liliputing’s comment system has been powered by a WpDiscuz, a plugin that takes the native WordPress comment system and supercharges it with additional features. But one of those features seems to be at least a little controversial: voting. So I figured I’d ask the community what you think: should we […]

Do you prefer Disqus comments or WordPress/Jetpack comments?

This one’s for all the regular (or occasional) Liliputing commenters. This site has used the Disqus comment system since we first launched in April, 2008. At the time, Disqus offered clear benefits over the default WordPress comment system, including support for threaded comments, upvotes, spam detection (which clearly doesn’t always work), comment moderation tools. At […]

Lilbits (1-21-2015): Will Google launch a phone network?

Google is reportedly planning to launch a US wireless network as an MVNO. That means that the company would piggyback on existing network infrastructure instead of building out its own towers. But the idea behind Google’s foray into the Mobile Virtual Network Operator space would be for Google to help drive down the cost of mobile […]