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During my time at Mobile World Congress, I took the time to seat and talk with few companies involved with Android. To kick things off, I spoke with members of
We continue our exploration of handling multiple screen sizes in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
For those of you who are interested in buying a My Touch 3G V. 1.2(you know, the one with the 3.5mm headphone jack, ram boost, Swype keyboard, and a 8GB
Android is nothing new in Canada and while we don’t have a very large selection of different handsets, the average person would be able to tell you what it is.
The HTC Incredible, the supposed Verizon phone which appeared a few weeks ago is back! This time the phone is in Verizon’s inventory system. Is a launch imminent? While nothing
Distimo, a Dutch app store analytics firm, has finally completed their research on the six major mobile app stores: iTunes App Store, BlackBerry App World, Google Android Market, Nokia Ovi
Well folks it seems that the relationship between China and Google has gotten even lower. According to Android Central, Google has reportedly canceled a Nexus One developer event in Beijing.
While browsing through the AndroidGuys accessory store I came across an app that quickly grabbed my attention. WikiPock takes the massiveness of the Wikipedia online database and shrinks it down
Learn how to handle multiple screen sizes within your Android project, in today’s part of an ongoing series of posts, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
You probably know already everything there is to know on the latest Android devices from HTC, the Legend and the Desire. I’d like to add some more information as I
Recently, I turned on my Archos 5 tablet for my nightly reading and found notification for the firmware update (1.7.77). Alas it’s still Android 1.6. The update went without a
Google Shopper, a new app from Google Labs, hit the market tonight. This new app should cause the developers of ShopSavvy and other barcode reading shopping apps sweat a little
It seems that the 3G issues that the Nexus One continues to have may be hardware related. According to an article at TmoNews, Nexus One users are able to change