Devs, start your engines. NVIDIA has officially released both the open source materials and data, as well as the recovery image, for SHIELD. According to NVIDIA, this gaming system should
According to Steve Kondik in a recent Google+ update, the AT&T Galaxy S4 is confirmed to have a locked bootloader. In his post, he states: Yep, it’s confirmed. The AT&T
Google urges developers to make “beautiful, powerful, successful” apps, allows devs to respond to user reviews in Play Store
with Google IO coming up soon, Google is focusing an extremely pinpointed light on their developers. The Android Developer Site has a brand new look to boot, and Google is
It goes without saying: Apple’s Siri is one of the main selling points of iOS. It just works, and it just works well. We know also that Google has been
We’re always, as users, on the lookout for more mobile security. The Technology Review from MIT just did a piece on programs that are designed to keep your personal data away
Introducing Tethras, a new service that allows developers to translate their apps into over 40 different languages. This is sure to help some devs get their apps to a more broad audience.
HTC’s got a fever, and the only prescription is more cowbell beats. When HTC gobbled up some stock in Beats by Dr. Dre, it had yet to be seen what
Are you a ROM developer? Tinkerer? Just a solid geek with a passion for Android? After tonight’s awesome Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and Samsung Galaxy Nexus announcements, the SDK
Just after announcing SAFE (Samsung Approved for Enterprise) on 10/11/2011, Samsung has now unveiled their new Enterprise Alliance Program, an ecosystem for Samsung’s enterprise solution partners. The new program will
The above video gives a demonstration of a cool new utility for Android UI designers called Mockups2Android, giving a drag and drop environment for rapid design development. Reality Mechanic is the creator of this utility, and is offering a few demo on the Android Market.
For those of you enterprising souls that love to play around with the development side of Android, and are interested in different methods to root your Android device (doing so
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.