This Android developer and fan is set to delight thousands of Android users with his latest software release.
Another sign of promising things from the number three carrier. Blazing fast speeds wherever you go sounds like fantasy, but it’s now reality. At least in Baltimore.
Does your Android application have more preferences than really fit in a simple list? Learn how to add structure, in the form of categories and screens, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Flurry Analytics helps to measure performance of applications once they’re installed on mobile devices.
T-Mobile’s first Android handset is apparently not living up to someone’s expectations!
The wireless providers says that people are snatching these up way faster than they expected.
Bigger, higher resolutions screens never hurt anyone! I’d love to see these on an Android handset soon.
After the US, UK and Europe, it’s time for NTT DoCoMo to get a launch date for Android.
It’s obvious to me why this application is one of the Android Developers Challenge’s big winners.
Finally! A company doing what they can to make sure we all have at least one superhero quality.
Android is less about open source or open communities or open markets or open systems, than it is about open opportunity. We need Android to succeed to ensure that open source, open markets, et. al. are a viable, not-too-crazy choice for people in the marketplace. This does not mean that “iPhone must die” or anything of the sort…
Thinking beyond handsets for Android. Next up, devices for home and automobiles.
Editor Scott Webster spends a half hour talking Android on the first ever edition of “The Signal.”