Kids, get your parents permission before downloading any apps from the Android Market. One of the new guidelines established by Google for the Market is that you must be 13 years or older. Doesn’t seem like there’s going to be much of a problem with …
The new G1 Google Phone turns TV today! After the successful launch of dailyme.tv (www.dailyme.tv) on their devices, users can now watch TV for free, wherever and whenever they want to, on their mobiles. The service offers a choice of more than 600 channels with …
GSMA Award Winning Mobile Messaging Solution now Available to Operators and Device Manufacturers on Android Platform GSMA Mobile World Congress Barcelona and Redwood City, CA – February 16th – SEVENÂ®, a global leader in mobile email and messaging software, today announced the availability of its …
PacketVideo Maintains Commitment to Open Source with Launch of OpenCORE 2.0 for Android Platform (PRESS RELEASE)
BARCELONA, Spain & SAN DIEGO, Feb 16, — Continuing its commitment to supporting open source architecture that accelerates the introduction of new mobile concepts and approaches, PacketVideo (PV) today announced the release of OpenCORE(TM) 2.0, the first upgrade to its OpenCORE multimedia sub-system for Android. …
Looks like the Wall Street Journal got it right.Â The Android Market is now accepting priced applications with availability starting next week. According to the official Android Developers Blog, Google Checkout will act as the payment and billing mechanism for Android Market. Can’t really say …
Quick!Â What’s almost as good as having a Garmin Android phone?Â Having one that does everything a Garmin GPS unit does, silly!Â Since we won’t betting a Garmin/Asus phone anytime soon, we’re extremely excited to at least have all the functionality of one. In around …
Multiple Facets, one of the winners in the first Android Developers Challenge, are back with another app.Â Much like they did with their Maverick application, the MF team really polished this up before releasing it.Â In fact, we’re hard pressed to find features that are …
Welcome to the first of our planned series of Android software snapshot reviews.Â Rather than going really in-depth with pros and cons for each title, we’re going to hit you with quick bursts of app recaps.Â Starting today, we’re going to offer five instant reactions …
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