Looking to get an app for your publication into the Android Market, but don’t have the time or money to hire a developer to get the work done for you?
Overdrive is a Global distributor of digital eBooks and audiobooks slong with other media for libraries, schools, and retailers. And now also for your Android Device! Info was released today from OverDrive in a press release:
It got off to a slow start, but Android is gaining appeal among business users. That isn’t to say there aren’t any issues. There are many. Still, an evolving platform allows Google and its developers to overcome these issues. Even now businesses can benefit by using Android devices.
Android Gamers rejoice! Mini Squadron Special Edition is scheduled for release January 11, 2011. In case you don’t know, (and that would be a big rock you are hiding under) MiniSquadron is a 2D side-scrolling, physics-based aerial dog-fighting game.
Looks like I was wrong in my previous post: the Android SMS bug appears to be real, but dependent on a very specific condition that does not exist for most users. That’s why most people cannot reproduce it.
Specifically, there is something about certain email-to-SMS messages that corrupts Android’s SQLite database, causing unpredictable results thereafter.
2010 was definately the year of significant UI changes for Android. Dragging an arrow up to see your apps may seem fancy at the first glance, but after a year or so, you’ll probably want some more eye-candy, and so did Google.
Over the past week, a supposed Android bug has gotten a lot of press, both on Android-related sites and mainstream tech sites. A bug report claims that SMS messages intended for one person are getting sent to a different, unintended recipient. Worrisome to be sure, but why has Google taken no action on it, leaving it at medium priority until all the bad press this week?
My guess is that they have been unable to reproduce it.
The HTC Evo 4G Shift is finally confirmed to arrive by RadioShack of all places. The ad shows that they are selling it for US$149.99 with a 2-year contract, and
RunKeeper is a great weight tracking tool that lets you use your mobile phone and the website to keep track of your fitness. There is a free standard app, and now, the PRO app is FREE for the month of January. (Sources say that you can pick it up a day or two early for free, also.)
We’re all trying to keep up with the Jones’, and this time that Jones is Samsung, and LG is doing it’s part to stay in the game. According to techradar,
I stand beside my time honored statement that what allows Android to be successful is not this enlarged definition of open, but choice. You can choose a carrier, choose a style
It’s been a short while since the Android Open Source Project was updated with the code for Gingerbread (aka Android 2.3). The Android Open Source Project, for those who are
Why does it seem that Korea get’s a lot of the cool new toys first? Perhaps it is something to do with the big companies doing the manufacturing being located there.
Known by the masses (most recently) as the creator of the “Droid”, Motorola also makes some great devices and accessories to use with your smart phones. If you’re in the market for a Bluetooth headset, Motorola has something nice to show you – the Command One Bluetooth headset.