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With all the different seemingly conflicting reports about developers fleeing both the iPhone app store and the Android Market, the question remains
In an effort to battle fragmentation on the platform, the Android Development team took to the official blog today to announce theÂ availabilityÂ of a new device dashboard.
The Android Market has doubled its size over the last five month, going from 10,000 to 20,000 apps.Â According to Androlib, the number of apps hit the milestone earlier today
The ODROID Developer Edition package is now available worldwide and has begun deployment to the 300 developers that pre-ordered back in September. Will the ODROID gain any traction in the gaming community and break into the market that the iPod Touch is dominating?
SugarSync, a file sync service, recently announced an update that gives users the ability to sync folders between SD cards on Android phone and a user’s computer.Â It’s now possible
The following is a guest post from Carl Whalley of Android Academy.Â Based in the UK, they’re doing their part to raise Android awareness across the pond.Â After you are
GameLoft’s recent (and strangely public) announcement that they will be withdrawing resources from Android-based game development has surprised much of the Android community. The fact that a major software house
Congratulations to the winners of the Android Developers Challenge 2!Â As promised, the list of top apps was announced just moments ago and we’re only pleased to share the names
GPS giant Garmin is actively seeking Android developers in the Kansas City area. They are looking for people with a passion for improving user experiences who want to create cool
The official Android Developers Blog has announced that public voting for the second Developers Challenge has come to a close.Â We wonâ€™t have to wait too long to find out
There is something happening on Android Market right now and it is a pretty big deal to developers. As owner of three apps (DroidIn, DroidIn-Lite and Hire*A*Droid) I’ve recently noticed
Following the resounding success of the Droidcon Berlin conference comes anotherÂ event of equal industry impact in London, UK. Organized by the active members of ‘Londroid’ – the monthly London
Android 2.0 SDK has been available for a few weeks now, but the source code has been held hostage.Â The word around the campfire is that Google hasn’t been too
The issue of Android fragmentation is a legitimate one but has a much greater effect on developers than consumers.Â We, as consumers, want your app to work on our phone,