34 Weeks of OHA: #16

Company Name: Noser Engineering How the OHA site classifies them: Commercialization Company What the OHA site says about them: Noser Engineering Inc. – core contributor of the Android Platform is your integrator and customization partner. What they do: Okay, let’s get this out of ...

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34 Weeks of OHA: #14

Company Name: Marvell Semiconductor How the OHA site classifies them: Software Company What the OHA site says about them: Marvell is a leader in development of storage, communications, and consumer silicon solutions with a diverse product portfolio that powers the entire communications ...

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34 Weeks of OHA: #13

Company Name: LivingImage Ltd. How the OHA site classifies them: Software Company What the OHA site says about them: A unique company that consists of renowned engineering, marketing and creative experts in the audio visual arena. What they do: Have a cruise by their website and you’re ...

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34 Weeks of OHA: #11

Company Name: Intel Corporation Okay, so the alphabetical order is messed. Last week I did KDDI, this week I do Intel. This is not alphabetical order, this is blogger-who’s-gimped-in-the-head order. I missed one, I can admit it, I’m person enough; and now, I’m doubling back to ...

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What to Expect From Android

A lot of the hype around Android comes from developers and their geeky community. The main reason for this is because they “get it”. They understand just how groundbreaking an open-source operating system is, especially for mobile devices. But what about the average guy with no idea ...

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34 Weeks of OHA: #3

Open Handset Alliance Member Profiles (Week #3 – Audience ) For 34 weeks, each Tuesday, Jordan from fandroid.net will be joining us to offer a profile of each of the 34 members of the Open Handset Alliance. Company Name: Audience. How the OHA site classifies them: Semiconductor Company ...

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What’s The Fuss?

If you’re at all paying attention to the news this week, you’ve heard that Google has decided to jump into the phone market. You couldn’t open a newspaper on Tuesday without a headline telling you all about it. Months ago, when the news started to break that a ‘gPhone’ was in the ...

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