App Review: Google My Tracks

Title: My Tracks Developer: Google Available: Now, Android Market Cost: FREE When I first saw My Tracks in the Android Market, I quickly passed it over never thinking it was something I would find useful.  Why do I need a program on my phone that records my GPS tracks?  I already have a ...

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Book Review: Professional Android Application Development

It’s books like these that make me consider writing my own app for Android.  Since I have zero software development under my belt, I used to think I wouldn’t know where to go if I wanted to start.  That was until I got my hands on Reto Meier’s book, Professional Android ...

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Android Market Now Accepting Priced Applications

Looks like the Wall Street Journal got it right.  The Android Market is now accepting priced applications with availability starting next week. According to the official Android Developers Blog, Google Checkout will act as the payment and billing mechanism for Android Market. Can’t ...

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Android on E-Ink Proof of Concept (VIDEO)

Check out the video below which is sure to raise even more talks of a Kindle-like Android device.  The team at MOTO Development Group have put together a proof of concept for Android on an E-Ink display.  Although the video shows just how much flicker is associated with the refreshing of this ...

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Emtrace Releases The World’s First Exchange Activesync Push E-Mail For Android (PRESS RELEASE)

Emtrace Technologies USA, Inc. (www.moxier.com) has introduced Moxier Mail Beta in the Android™ market offering secure and direct push synchronization of corporate e-mail with Microsoft® Exchange server 2003 & 2007. Direct push technology in Moxier Mail with licensed Microsoft® Exchange ...

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Don’t Worry About Your Android Browser So Much

Charlie Miller’s back and he’s got a few people all worked up over Android’s security.  Again. If you happened upon readwriteweb earlier today, chance are you saw the article on Android vulnerabilities.  The sensationalistic headline had a handful of people worried that they ...

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App Review: Movie Finder

Considerably more helpful than doing a Google search for local movie theaters and showtimes. GPS auto locate works well even in EDGE network. Subtle changes to app over time have it moving in the right direction.

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SLG Mobile, Inc. Announces an Upcoming Release of BeamReader for Android (PRESS RELEASE)

Fairfax, Virginia – February 9, 2009 – SLG Mobile, Inc. announced today an upcoming release of BeamReader for Android, a full fidelity (original quality) native PDF reader for the Android platform. All document rendering will be completely native to the Android device without the ...

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DroidFonts.com and New Droid Pro Fonts Announced by Ascender (PRESS RELEASE)

Enhanced versions of the Droid fonts with are now available for software & hardware developers, and for creative professionals from Ascender Corp. The DroidFonts.com website also features information about the Droid fonts which are part of Android, a complete, open mobile phone software ...

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TeleNav GPS Navigator for Android Arrives on February 24th

Quick!  What’s almost as good as having a Garmin Android phone?  Having one that does everything a Garmin GPS unit does, silly!  Since we won’t betting a Garmin/Asus phone anytime soon, we’re extremely excited to at least have all the functionality of one. In around two ...

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TuneWiki Continues to Revolutionize the Cellular Music Experience: Introducing “Internet Radio with Subtitled Lyrics” (PRESS RELEASE)

TuneWiki continues to revolutionize the music player for cellular handsets. After introducing the first Music Player with subtitled lyrics, real time translation to numerous languages, and music maps showing where people play music, the company is introducing a breakthrough in Internet Radio. ...

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Samsung Not Showing Android at MWC, First Handset Delayed Until Second Half of Year

Samsung was widely expected to be showing off their first Android handset next week at MWC.  Many tech enthusiasts, including ourselves, were hoping to get a glimpse at their device when the conference kicks off in Barcelona.  Unfortunately, we’ve learned at the last minute that the ...

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Android Market to see Paid Apps Within a Week? Why Not?

Yesterday was relatively quite day in the land of Android, save for one small mention in a Wall Street Journal article. Hiding at the very end of a piece called Microsoft to Bolster Cellphone Strategy was a paragraph that alleges that the Market will start offering paid apps this week. Google, ...

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1Cast Delivers Breaking News Video To Android Phones (PRESS RELEASE)

Free Application offers One -Click Access to Top Breaking Political, Sports, Entertainment News on Android Phones KIRKLAND, Wash., February 11, 2009 – 1Cast, the revolutionary broadcast platform that delivers up-to-the-minute personalized television news clips to mobile phones and the ...

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App Review: Tippobillosplitamus

A fresh take on the same old, same old. Clean, easy to navigate interface makes it stand out from all the other bill splitting and tip calculator applications we've played with so far. Not short on options either.

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