T-Mobile: We’ve Sold Three Times as Many G1′s as We Anticipated

The wireless providers says that people are snatching these up way faster than they expected.

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KDDI Unveils 3.1 Inch OLED Display

Bigger, higher resolutions screens never hurt anyone! I'd love to see these on an Android handset soon.

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Android Going to Japan

After the US, UK and Europe, it's time for NTT DoCoMo to get a launch date for Android.

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KDDI Phone Gives X-Ray Vision

Finally! A company doing what they can to make sure we all have at least one superhero quality.

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iPhone and Android: Apples and Orchards

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 ...

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Android Coming to Cars and More

Thinking beyond handsets for Android. Next up, devices for home and automobiles.

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34 Weeks of OHA #29

Regular series featuring each founding member of the Open Handset Alliance. This edition profiles T-Mobile.

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My Impression of the G1 So Far

Vamien weighs in with his initial impressions of Android 1.0 and the T-Mobile G1 handset.

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Motorola Ramping up Android Team

Can an Android army of 350 developers turn Motorola around?

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What’s Your Preference: Part One

Android now has a preferences framework, which will build a preferences UI for you based on a description of the desired preferences. Learn the basics in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Visa Developing Application for Android

Chase Visa card members are set to enjoy an ATM location finder and reward services software with their Android handsets.

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34 Weeks of OHA #28

Regular series of profiles for each founding member of the Open Handset Alliance. This time we take a closer look at Synaptics.

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HTC Dream is the Amiga for Android

I see the HTC Dream being the Amiga of mobile phones. I say this as the G1 is really geared as a platform for programmers to hack away on and to create applications for future generations of Android phones. I remember when I encountered the Amiga in the late 1980s it blew me away as... Read More

The One: Musings on Android 1.0 SDK and the G1

Both the Android 1.0 SDK and the T-Mobile G1 announcements had some interesting tidbits that didn't attract all the news coverage, but might impact you as an Android developer in the coming weeks and months.

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Android Apps ASAP!

If you want to be a hero to all the G1 users, develop the following apps ASAP and release them before the first G1 devices ship.

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