Effective immediately, developers have been given access to the Android 1.1 SDK. According to the official Android Developers Blog, this recent release see few “minor, but useful” changes. There are
Archos has announced a 500GB, ultra-thin media tablet that will run Android for release later this year. Promising PC-like performance, the 10mm thin tablet will also support Adobe Flash on
Next week is poised to be Android’s big breakout with Mobile World Congress set to kick off in Barcelona.Â A few companies have already committed to showing their first Android
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Today marks the first in a series of posts on various Android development resources that you may want to keep in mind as you start in on The Next Great Android Killer App.
First up: Planet Android.
The official Google Mobile blog announced yesterday that Android handsets now have the capability of pulling up over 1.5 million books through a mobile version of the Google Book Search.Â
The guys at Stimulus have propped up an exciting app called XRay which displays an XRay image on the phone when it is placed over the Microsoft Surface. Presently their
Useful is an understatement. Packed with shortcuts to common phone and network settings, this app is right at home on the desktop screen. Each release builds upon the last.
Thanks to the guys over at xda-developers, G1 owners now have the ability to go download the latest version of Android.Â Our tip came courtesy of Hetal Patel, who’s apparently
Broadcom Becomes First to Enable the Android Mobile Platform to Support Wireless Connectivity ‘Combo Chips’ Access to Broadcom’s BCM4325 Drivers Enables the Android Ecosystem to Support the Most Advanced Wireless
Today marks the day that T-Mobile starts rolling out the latest round of updates to the G1.Â While everyone is anxiously anticipating Cupcake to arrive, we’re merely getting a few
Innovative New Android-based Application Makes Personal Health Data Accessible for Google Health Users Any Time, Anywhere PALM SPRINGS, CA, Feb. 3, 2008 – Personal health records (PHRs) on Googleâ„¢ Health
Google might have recently killed off a few projects these last couple of weeks, but they’re still unveiling new ones all the time. Today sees the announcement of Latitude, the
Everyone knows the Dummies books. They’ve been around for years now and chances are good you’ve paged through one at least once. I was fortunate enough to get a copy
SMS Popup is one of those quiet, under-rated apps that doesnâ€™t get the recognition it deserves. Weâ€™ve yet to see it show up on those â€œmust haveâ€ lists that other sites and magazines put together and we canâ€™t figure out why. Itâ€™s loaded with features that enhance your messaging options and looks every bit as good as the Google stuff that comes loaded with Android.