Tele Atlas, a Dutch Digital Map maker has signed a 5 year deal with Google which will see its maps been included in cellphones based on Android including other Google
Earlier, Gary Krakow from thestreet.com launched a controversy when he said that there wouldn’t be a Google’s android based mobile this year. He was totally wrong, according to HTC ‘s
The message bus is a tried-and-true model in application development. Whether it is the humble Win32 message loop or full-fledged publish/subscribe message-oriented middleware solution, software components have long been publishing
If you have spent time in the dating game, you know the harsh reality: it is usually better when you are being wooed by someone, than it is when you
The new Google CFO is a telco veteran. Newly appointed Patrick Pichette was Bell’s Canada CFO for two years. This is not surprising to see him picked with the recent
Let’s have a little bit of fun today, shall we? I was inspired to put this together after reading something from The Motley Fool yesterday. Anders Bylund’s article (Popping the
Taiwan’s Ministry of Economic Affairs seems to have quite an interest in Google Android. The Department of Industrial Technology is trying to get Google to set up an Android certification
Company Name: Samsung Electronics How the OHA site classifies them: Handset Manufacturer What the OHA site says about them: A leading innovator and provider of mobile phones and telecom systems.
There’s an article in July’s issue of Wired that goes pretty in-depth with Google, Android, and all things related. It’s a nice big read along the lines of 5,000 words.
Wow, I could spend the rest of my day putting out fires. It looks like every tech site and cellular blog on the internet is reporting on the “news” that
Most HTC and Android followers know the name â€œDreamâ€ quite well. The device will be HTCâ€™s first device based on Googleâ€™s Android OS and may very well be the first
The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that Google’s Android devices will surely be delayed to the fourth quarter of this year. They also said that the companies working on Android
In the last episode of “Building ‘Droids”, we covered how to handle a simple, one-criterion choice between two resource sets: whether we show English or Spanish strings. In that case,
I’ve had a chance to play with the device over the last two days and get a feel for the phone. Outside of my normal 40 hour work week and
Welcome to the new â€œBuilding â€˜Droidsâ€ section of AndroidGuys! This column looks at Android from the developerâ€™s perspective, poking around dusty corners of the Android SDK, and showing how you