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How Droid World examines the future of the Android ecosystem

With Android systems tipping the balance at up to 81% in units sold dependent on who you read, it’s never been a more fruitful time to be working in Android.

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Android Events: AndroidTO returns to Toronto on October 17

Listen up Android developers! Android TO returns to Toronto, Canada on October 17 for its fourth go ’round. Tickets are available for the all-day event and sponsors and speakers have

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Fifth annual MobileBeat conference to focus on importance of design (July 10-11)

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Namco Bandai: “Freemium model does not work for high-quality games”

Namco Bandai, the name behind Android games such as PAC-MAN and Flight Control,  has come out in opposition of the freemium model that is becoming popular among mobile apps.  More

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Gingerbread leads all builds of Android at 44.4 percent

It is the start of a new month, which means the latest platform figures have been listed on the Android Developers blog.  As we’ve seen over the last few weeks

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Google releases The Guide to the App Galaxy to help Android developers

Mobile development tips and tools from the Google team.

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‘State of the Apps Industry Snapshot’ Gives Glimpse into Mobile App Landscape

Millennial Media and DIGIDAY released a report today called “State of the Apps Industry” which provides a bit of insight into what the current mobile app situation looks like. How are developers looking at the different platforms for this year and next?

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Developers Seeing Long Term Promise in Android

Apple rules the short term but Android holds more promise in the long term. At least this is what a majority of those survey by Appcelerator and IDC are saying. A survey released today shows that most of the 2,400 developers polled believe Android will be the platform best positioned to “power a large number and variety of connected devices in the future”.