Donut != Android 2.0

Tasty treats are not releases. Donut is not Android 2.0. Learn more in today's rant disguising as a post in Building 'Droids!

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Enabling the Ecosystem: WIKITUDE, Part Two

Want to augment your reality? Use WIKITUDE, your Android device, and your programming skills to document and annotate the world around you. Learn more in this second post of a two-part Enabling the Ecosystem interview, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Enabling the Ecosystem: WIKITUDE, Part One

Want to augment your reality? Use WIKITUDE, your Android device, and your programming skills to document and annotate the world around you. Learn more in this first post of a two-part Enabling the Ecosystem interview, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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ADC2: Some Random Suggestions

ADC2 is right around the corner. Here are some tips for your contest entry, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Patently Suspect

When it comes to patents, you've got questions. That's understandable. However, there are places to discuss patents and places not to discuss patents...and the Android Google Groups are places not to discuss patents.

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Dev Case Study: Fonolo, Part Two

Learn more about the Fonolo deep-dialing Android client, and what its developers think of Android development, in part two of an Dev Case Study interview, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Dev Case Study: Fonolo, Part One

Learn about the Fonolo deep-dialing Android client, and what its developers think of Android development, in part one of an Dev Case Study interview, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Enabling the Ecosytem: ABBYY, Part Two

Android devices typically have a camera. Cameras can be used to read text via OCR. Want to do OCR on Android? Read the second part of our Enabling the Ecosystem interview with ABBYY, makers of the Mobile OCR Engine, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Enabling the Ecosytem: ABBYY, Part One

Android devices typically have a camera. Cameras can be used to read text via OCR. Want to do OCR on Android? Read the first part of our Enabling the Ecosystem interview with ABBYY, makers of the Mobile OCR Engine, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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You’ve Got Questions. That’s Understandable.

Android developers, particularly newcomers to the platform, often have a difficult time getting assistance with their questions. Learn about where and how to ask your questions in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Android Scripting, Redux

Script your 'droid with the Android Scripting Environment!

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ADC2: Here Comes the Judge(s)

Some musings on what the judging will be like for ADC2, given the public's involvement in the process.

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Google I/O 2009: Making Your Apps Better, Stronger, Faster

In the last session writeup from Google I/O 2009, see what Romain Guy had to offer us in the area of ways of making our Android apps run faster.

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Google I/O 2009: Debugging. With Nunchucks.

See what Justin Mattson had to offer Google I/O 2009 attendees, in terms of Android app debugging techniques.

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Google I/O 2009: Getting a Charge with Android

Phone batteries are always smaller than we want. Jeff Sharkey at Google I/O 2009 covered some tips for how to use less power with your applications, while not loosing functionality.

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