The Android invasion has not yet begun but analysts are already speculating on how big of a market share the platform will garner.Â Word on the streets is that 4%
Android is not just about a phone. They are going to turn it into the heart of mobile computing and mobile living like never seen before. Why do you think it is called Android?
Will Sony Ericsson turn to Android for their next Xperia handset?
A half of a year is all it took for some to see that Apple’s way of doing things is not always superior to that of others. Will developer unrest end up being the cause for some of Android’s best applications?
What happens in the land of Android after next week’s announcements? What’s further down the road for our new favorite operating system?
Device users don’t buy “openness” â€“ they buy benefits that they personally realize. And to that extent, Android will succeed or fail based on our efforts as developers. If openness is Android’s strength, it is up to us to make that meaningful to ordinary people.
An unexpected showing gives developers a sneak peak at the almost ready platform. From all indications, the handset used looks to be exactly what most are expecting this next few weeks.
HTC has me more excited than ever as their most recent handset gives a glimpse into the future. I can’t help but start dreaming all over again.
Many of you Android enthusiasts might already be aware of this.Â If you subscribe to the same bookmarks and RSS feeds, you probably saw that last Friday your favorite Android
This comes at no surprise to us, but Google co-founder Sergey Brin spoke at Chrome’s launch event about a mobile version of Chrome for Android “Probably a subsequent version of
The Android Developers Blog has just announced a new sample application called Photostream that will be added to the apps-for-android project that Google has going on. According to Romain Guy,
This time last year, the tech community was all abuzz with the rumors that Google was ready to put out a phone of their own.Â Nicknamed the gPhone, many expected
In the previous Building ‘Droids post, we went through an exercise of figuring out what was going wrong with a RelativeLayout used as rows in a ListView. This exercise used
We’ve been all over the unconfirmed Android news lately and inadvertently, we’ve pushed our other stuff aside.Â Longtime AndroidGuys readers will recall that we cover all the major members of