AT&T has a posting over on CrunchBoard which shows the carrier looking to hire a software engineer to help develop and market Android-related devices. The position they are filling is based out of the Santa Clara office and duties would include designing and implementing leading-edge …
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 navigation and location-based apps.Â Among the “essentials” are the ability to develop software in C, …
According to a recent job posting onÂ the Verizon CareersÂ board, the nation’s largest carrier is looking for an Android Device Expert.Â This is the first indication that the provider might be gearing up to release handsets or services based on Android.
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