G1 Now Works With DeviceAnywhere

Today brings a bit of good news for those writing apps for Android.  DeviceAnywhere now allows developers the capability of testing and monitoring applications for the G1 from anywhere in the world.  Using their online service, developers are now able to interact with a virtual G1 just like ...

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Jealous of that Dev Phone 1? Make Your Own!

Does the developer G1 (Dev Phone 1) that’s being offered by Google get you all hot and bothered?  Are you one of those who really want to play around with a completely unrestricted Android handset, yet already own a G1 that’s got you pinned down for 2 years?  Well, rather than ...

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Google Offering Truly Unlocked G1′s to Developers

Attention aspiring Android developers based in countries like the United States, UK, Germany, Japan, India, Canada, France, Taiwan, and around ten others.  You can now get a completely unlocked G1 handset from Google.  This means that neither the SIM card nor the hardware is locked down with ...

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Motorola Widget Contest Could Have Android Implications

Earlier this week, Motorola unveiled their new VE66 handset which will be the first MOTO offering to allow widget integration.  This opens the door to RSS feeds, stock tickers, sports scores, and more.  The 5-megapixel camera phone will also have a fully integrated music player, stereo ...

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Phoload Announces Android Support

Phoload, a site dedicated to showcasing free-to-download mobile games and apps that have been uploaded directly to the site by mobile software developers has announced support for Android today. They are a new community website based on the idea that it should be simple, easy, and fun to ...

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Hey Developers… Want Android SDK 1.0?

Another coup for AndroidGuys. This time, the developers get to eat the fruits of the labor. Grab the latest version of the Android SDK and get started!

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Android Team Members Share Their Favorite Things

Watch as the Android team members share their favorite things about Android. Ten videos in all, they make up the "One thing I like about Android" series.

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Open Up! T-Mobile Readying Their Version of Any App, Any Handset

T-Mobile USA is gearing up to offer their own version of the App Store. Rather than offering programs for one device only, T-Mobile is making it so that developers can create one program that can span the entire product line. This would mean that you’d see the same applications available ...

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Is Google Android Open Enough for the End User?

For days I’ve being reading on tech blogs and in discussion boards on how open Google’s Android is. Some wonder whether it is even open at all. With all the latest happenings regarding the new SDK only being issued out to a selected few of developers leaving the others stranded in ...

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As Usual, Some Tech Bloggers Are Getting it Wrong

There’s a pretty big stink right now about Google letting the top 50 entrants from the Android Developers Challenge get advance use of the latest Android SDK. A lot of tech sites and bloggers are acting as if this was something from out of the blue. Here’s a sample of what I found ...

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