Tag "android programming"
Glyph Language Services, a Seattle company, has launched a limited time offer to localize mobile games and applications for free. New clients can receive localization and emulator testing services for
Being a person who drank the kool aid that Apple is selling, I am a lover of Mac computers.Â One of the publications that I receive at home regularly is
Developers for other platforms are experimenting with Android in increasing numbers. They are not always happy, because Android does not necessarily do things the way they are used to. We ponder this situation in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
The Android 2.1 SDK has finally arrived! Learn what’s new and different in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
GestureTek will announce at CES that its patented, award-winning software for gesture-based mobile device interaction now supports the Android operating system. The eyemo app uses the camera on a mobile
One of the cooler software announcements to already come out of CES 2010 is from Chevy and OnStar regarding the upcoming 2011 Chevy Volt, their all electric vehicle.Â The new
Google is now publishing the barest minimum of Android Market usage statistics. Ponder what the pie chart means in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Pirating Android applications is, unfortunately, easy. Whether it makes sense for app developers to do much about it, though, is far from clear. Ponder the issue in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
StackOverflow is now an official Android developer support forum. Learn a bit more on how best to use it for your Android questions in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
With all the different seemingly conflicting reports about developers fleeing both the iPhone app store and the Android Market, the question remains
See how violating the SDK affects more than just you and your users, in today’s extra-special episode of Building ‘Droids!
Think about whether you really need to have code run right when the phone boots, in a Code Pollution post in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Android and ChromeOS are two distinct operating systems…today. However, it is still at least conceivable that Android applications could run on ChromeOS, given some fancy footwork. Learn more in some idle musings masquerading as today’s Building ‘Droids!