Google’s Schmidt: “Quite Significant” Announcements Involving Several New Pieces of Hardware This Year (Update)
With the first quarter numbers coming in for Google, the natural tendency is to look at what might help improve things.Â It’s not like things are terrible, but they could always be better. The AP has an article up today which details the recent earnings …
Nick Gray of HTCSource put together two very thorugh looks at the new Android builds coming from Google and HTC.Â He rooted his G1 some time ago and has been since playing around with various versions of Android. Gray notes some of the subtle differences …
While everyone is getting amped up about the new features set to debut in Android 1.5, we’re equally excited about the enhancements to current ones. As promised on Monday, the Android Developers Blog is starting to unveil some of the changes coming in the updated …
SEATTLE, Washington â€” March 31, 2009 â€” Ãœbermind, Inc., the makers of iLightr, one of the most popular lighter simulation applications available on the iPhone, today unveiled a version of their application for the Android platform. With support for the iPhone, iPod touch, and now …
The guys behind the Google Mobile team have made some nice improvements to the Gmail experience for both Android and iPhone.Â The subtle enhancements come in the form of faster loading and offline reading and composition but the best part is the “floaty bar” that …
T-mobile G1 and Vodafone HTC Magic customers can now view, edit and create Microsoft Word and Excel files plus sync Exchange Server e-mail, contacts and attachments Milford, CT, April 2, 2009 – DataVizÂ®, Inc., a MicrosoftÂ® Gold Certified Partner and leading provider of Microsoft Office …
We just got a tip from the guys at Froogloid, who tell us that they’re seeing sales for their app out of Germany and Austria.Â This brings the total number of European countries with paid Android Market apps to three, including the UK. What apps …
We’re opening the Friday feedback up with a question that should get a whole gamut of answers.Â Developers and fans alike can chime in with their opinions on this one, so we expect to see a wide variety of responses.Â What is it about Android …
The Android Market is nice, but it’s not perfect. There’s always room for improvement and everyone has their own opinion as to what would make things better. This brings up the question of the week: How would you improve the Android Market?
By the time many of you read this, G1 owners in the UK will have already started downloading their first paid apps from the Android Market.Â This is great news for not only those Android owners living across the pond, but developers as well.Â Now …
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 …
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