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Sprint has partnered with Wired, Reddit and Ars Technica to put up $50,000 and some killer prizes in an effort to spur 4G app development. The contest, called the Sprint 4G App Challenge, pits apps against each other in five categories accepting – entertainment, gaming, productivity, social networking and multimedia. Submissions will be accepted until November 5th and will be judged on four merits – creativity, intuitive navigation, functionality and design.
Scoreloop continues to help developers monetize their games this week with the addition of PayPal integration. Already the “leading social gaming infrastructure provider”, Scoreloop has been providing tools to help developers engage their end users all while earning additional money
We have heard and reported that piracy is an ongoing and growing problem on Android. One new study from KeyesLabs, the developers behind Screebl Pro and AAL (an open source Automatic Application
We knew it would not take long for Google to respond the lawsuit that Oracle has filed against them. An article from Informationweek.com gives a quote from the Google statement
Google and the Android team are doing their part to make sure you are using legit versions of paid apps and not knock-offs and outdated APKs downloaded from a torrent
Are you an Android developer or handset manufacturer who wants to optimize Java code performance? Well, I guess you don’t have to look any further, according to FlexyCore, maker of DroidBooster.
Each time a new Android phone is released, groups of power users will try to improve it by digging into Android source code and by cooking ROMs. The path they
Google announced on the Android Developers blog that the Android 2.2 SDK has been updated to match the most recent system image that was pushed to the Nexus One (FRF91). In the
The Android Developers Blog has an very interesting article up this morning concerning their ability to implement remote application removal. Along with over-the-air updates and an application “sandbox and permissions
We were just talking this morning about Android Market issues, missing apps, and missing comments. It turns out Google was all over this one but simply didn’t do a good
The Android Developer site today has released an updated fragmentation report, which they are calling a “platform report”. As you can see pictured to the left, the pie chart for
AT&T has a posting over on CrunchBoard which shows the carrier looking to hire a software engineer to help develop and market Android-related devices. The position they are filling is
When purchasing a new phone many of us are being faced with not only a question of a handset but a prospective betrothed wireless carrier for at least a two
The NY Times has a great little interview with Google VP Andy Rubin where he talks about Android’s future among other things. When asked his thoughts on the recent Steve
In a hint of things to come, Netflix has posted a job listing on their website looking for someone to help build with instant streaming client for Android devices. As