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Google IO calendar filling up with Android developer sessions

With a little over one month until the conference, Google lists 20 Android sessions on the calendar.

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APPNATION: Wrap and Take Aways

The picture to the left is the Android Guys POD at APPNATION, which was my base of operations at APPNATION. I am going to wrap up the coverage of the

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Score a Display Pod for Your App at APPNATION!

Hey, Everybody! As you may have heard, we are going to be LIVE on the Expo floor at APPNATION in SF, Sept 12-13th and we’re looking to connect with as

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Android Developer Labs World Tour in Full Swing

Earlier this week, Google’s Android team kicked off their Developer Labs World Tour. Starting this Tuesday in London, the mobile rock stars are traversing the globe, speaking with developers, and

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Flurry Launches Channel Partner Program

Top Mobile Development Companies Add Flurry Analytics to Solutions for Key Clients San Francisco – June 26, 2009 – Flurry, the leading cross-platform mobile application analytics provider, today announced the

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Appcelerator Titanium Empowers Web Developers to Quickly Develop Native iPhone and Android Applications

Titanium Beta Release Now Offers an Integrated Platform for Creating, Testing and Commercializing Mobile and Desktop Applications on a Single Platform MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA–(Marketwire – June 8, 2009) – Appcelerator®,

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Google I/O Predictions – Reader Submission

The following article is a reader submission from Ben Feldman.  You can follow him on twitter at BenFeldman.  We’re posting the article untouched, in it’s entirety. These are his predictions

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Talking Live Folders and GLSurfaceView

Romain Guy and Jack Palevich have dropped by the official Android Developers blog to talk new features in Android 1.5.  As part of the recent series of tips and tutorials,

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Microsoft adCenter Within Android Apps: A Cautionary Tale

It’s a tough decision for developers to make – Do you charge for your app or do you embed advertisements instead, hoping for clicks?  If you’re considering writing your own