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The latest Android developer platform figures are online and show a steadily growing Android 4.0 and 4.1 experience. As of the 14 day period ending September 4, Ice Cream Sandwich
The 3rd wave of the popular vinyl figures will include a Nexus-inspired design as well two other Google creations.
Andy Rubin, the founder of Android and current Senior Vice President of Mobile at Google, tweeted yet another Android milestone this morning. You do know that the platform is growing, right?
Tie your room together with this rare, handmade Android rug. Designed by the Dead Zebra team, it is sure to impress your friends.
The guys over at Dead Zebra sure know how to create a demand. After already creating a highly sought after Android lineup, they turned to limited edition versions of their 3″ figurines with the Power Vampire. As expected, these sold through instantly. Get ready for another super awesome collectible in the Snowman.
The guys over at Dead Zebra are set to release a limited edition of their ultra-popular 3-inch collectible Android figures. His name is the ‘Power Vampire’ and he will be available for $10 starting on Halloween, though we don’t expect to see him stick around long.
So you decided to grab yourself an Android collectible figure for yourself your friend but found they were no longer in stock. What the heck do you do now? Just be patient, that’s all. According to Dyzplastic, the highly-sought-after collectibles will be back in stock tomorrow. But wait, it gets better!
AdMob released their February 2010 report last week and it confirms what we’ve been seeing and saying for the last year or more: Android is growing very quickly and it’s
The latest comScore report is out today and is details various trends in the mobile industry here in the United States. Guess what? Android is doing well. In the time
Well, I know what I’m going to have decorating my desk and office as soon as possible.Â Check out the Android mini collectibles from Dyzplastic and Andrew Bell.Â Kicking of
A new survey from ChangeWave research indicates that future smart phone buyers are considering Android than that of Palm, Windows, and Blackberry.Â Only three months ago, Android was last place
I write this today at the very real risk of further exposing my age. I’ve already divulged in articles past that I worked with Novell in the 90’s and have
T-Mobile’s 3G network might not have near the footprint that other companies have, but that isn’t stopping the G1 from selling well. After 6 months on the streets, the G1
According to recent figures released by AdMob Mobile Metrics, Android has grabbed 5% of the US smart phone market.Â This is up from 3% in January.Â Not too shabby for