While the jury may still be out for some concerning the upcoming HTC Flyer/EVO View 4G and it’s Scribe powered pen, there is some exciting news as HTC has decided
Root Tools is a new open source project aimed at making life easier for developers of apps that require root. The library already includes about half a dozen methods, including
The Barnes & Noble eReader has become a cost effective alternative to other Android tablets. Rooting the device allows for plenty of potential, including a working 3.0 version of Android.
Attention developers! MonoDroid is now open for you to work with! ReadWriteWeb announced to us that the new version is free of the little bugs that the previous version had. For those not in the know, MonoDroid is a development stack for using C# and core .NET APIs to develop Android-based applications.
Scoreloop continues to help developers monetize their games this week with the addition of PayPal integration. Already the “leading social gaming infrastructure provider”, Scoreloop has been providing tools to help developers engage their end users all while earning additional money
Arron La, developer of Advanced Task Manager, recently posted information about that app’s revenue in an effort “to highlight how Android is a viable revenue stream after reading countless stories
Google has just announced a new Labs service called Google Storage for Developers that provides cloud storage for web and mobile applications. Users will be able to easily manage their data
While in Indigo Book Store the other day I took a stroll through the Wireless Application Development for Dummies section. Surprisingly this is a growing section with many books on
Sony Ericsson appears to be very serious about their plans with Android.Â Rather than just releasing a handset or two with the platform, they’re taking their cause straight to developers.Â