Vamien weighs in with his initial impressions of Android 1.0 and the T-Mobile G1 handset.
Android now has a preferences framework, which will build a preferences UI for you based on a description of the desired preferences. Learn the basics in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Imagine having carriers submitting bids directly to your handset for the lowest cost data and cellular service.
Chase Visa card members are set to enjoy an ATM location finder and reward services software with their Android handsets.
Regular series of profiles for each founding member of the Open Handset Alliance. This time we take a closer look at Synaptics.
I see the HTC Dream being the Amiga of mobile phones. I say this as the G1 is really geared as a platform for programmers to hack away on and
Both the Android 1.0 SDK and the T-Mobile G1 announcements had some interesting tidbits that didn’t attract all the news coverage, but might impact you as an Android developer in the coming weeks and months.
If you want to be a hero to all the G1 users, develop the following apps ASAP and release them before the first G1 devices ship.
Another coup for AndroidGuys. This time, the developers get to eat the fruits of the labor. Grab the latest version of the Android SDK and get started!
Watch as the Android team members share their favorite things about Android. Ten videos in all, they make up the “One thing I like about Android” series.
A pair of press releases from Amazon and T-Mobile/HTC for your reading pleasure.
The random thoughts that crossed my mind as I watched today’s press conference.
So what did you guys think? What’s the best part about all you saw? Anything you expected and didn’t get? Anything surprise you? BTW, you guys are destroying our servers!