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Droidcon 2013 Speakers Update and Coupon Code

  Just like the previous two years Droidcon, one of the leading international congresses for Android development, is coming to Amsterdam again in less than three weeks. This year’s edition

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Android developers head to Toronto on October 25 for AndroidTO 2012

Android developers living north of the border are encouraged to sign up for AndroidTO 2012.  Heck, all Android developers looking for a bit of help with coding and practices would

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Appbrain intros ad network stats, social SDK’s, other dev tools

Appbrain today introduced a handful of new features for their site which aims to help Android developers.  Available immediately, Appbrain provides access and insight into the market share of various

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Polaroid Announces a Smart Camera Powered by Android!

A camera that runs Android?! That’s right! No more hassle with taking a picture, uploading it to your PC and then sharing it with the world. With the Polaroid SC1630

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Moboplay: Palm Sized Media Player

Just announced today at CES, the Moboplay is the world’s smallest pocket media player streaming full 1080p HD video. Unlike your common “media player”, the Moboplay offers a display-free design

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Fulton Innovation Powers Phones in your Handbag!

Fulton Innovations has a gift for bringing bright ideas to light…that demand ATTENTION!

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Viper SmartStart Announces Version 3.0 at CES

No we aren’t talking about the LG Viper that was just announced from Sprint! Viper SmartStart is an app that will change how you start your day. This app is being

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How to: view core Android Java sources in Eclipse

I don’t know why this is not really showing in Google Search results, but if you want to step through the core Android Java code in your Eclipse project, finally

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Google Preps Android Developers for ICS

The official Android Developers blog has given us our first glimpse into how Android apps will operate when scaled across both phone and tablet displays and running Ice Cream Sandwich.

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Do You Still Care That Android is Open Sourced? (Op-Ed)

It’s the last quarter of 2011, and Google has barely three years in the Android can.  I started thinking about this in the last few weeks and especially after writing

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New Android Market Brings Exciting New Tools for Developers

We’ve just learned that Google is ramping up the Android Market, and they’re trying to help developers along the way. Google is set to release Multiple APK, a tool that will allows devs to release different apks (all under the same app name) of their app that work better with certain devices.

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What Android Licensing Means for Developers [Guest Post]

The following is a guest post from Mahshad Koohgoli, CEO of Protecode, Inc. a Canadian-based provider of open source license management solutions.  Koohgoli holds several patents in the computer and communications

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Kyocera Launches Developer Program for Echo

We’ve gotten word from the guys over at BusinessWire that Kyocera has launched an Android developer program, aimed specifically at app development for their Echo device that we saw back in February. They’re claiming that they already have some major Android developers on board (although they’re not naming any names), and are looking for more.

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Coding Green Robots: Internet Television Show by Android Developers, For Android Developers

Alright so you’ve finally heard enough about this Android thing and decided to look into developing your killer app. Or maybe you’ve done some tinkering before but just don’t know how to take things up a notch. What do you do? We’ll tell you. Check out Coding Green Robots, the new internet television show aimed at all levels of Android development.

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TweetDeck Responds to Steve Jobs, Developing for Android not a Nightmare

In the off chance you didn’t hear about it yet, Steve Jobs fired off a few terse words yesterday on Apple’s earnings call for the third quarter. Taking aim at RIM, iPad rivals, Android, open source, and pretty much anything else in his space, Jobs tried to bolster the Apple arguments with ‘facts’ and lessons. We didn’t know it until yesterday, but apparently fragmentation was such a problem for TweetDeck that the company called Android development a “nightmare”. Or did they?