It’s amazing how just a few years ago Android was but a gleam in the eye of Google. Today Android can be found in everything from our smartphones to automobiles.
Google today announced that it won’t actively sue any users, developers, or other companies using code with Google’s patents “unless first attacked.” In other words, Google doesn’t want any trouble but
Xiaomi is a Chinese tech company most notably known for its MIUI version of Android. MIUI is based on Android v2.3.7 and CyanogenMod v7 sources. With its iOS look and
That didn’t take very long, did it? Samsung has already released the source code to their brand spankin’ new Epic 4G Touch (Sprint), giving anxious hackers a fresh set of
Google is taking steps to ensure that fragmentation and “willy-nilly” customization doesn’t slow the growth and success of Android. According to roughly twelve executives spread across various players in the
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
A short commercial about Android that celebrates the fact that the OS is Open Source
Samsung released the open source code of their Galaxy Tab OS to any and all interested parties to grab.
Amidst the talk of dishwashers, soap dispensers, tongue depressors, and who knows what else running Android, there seems to be a genuine ignorance for the Android Portable Media Player. We’ve seen
It’s becoming increasingly common for a hardware manufacturer to release the source code to their handsets. HTC does it all the time, most recently with their Droid Incredible and EVO 4G. Samsung has done exactly that with their new Fascinate handset from Verizon.
Great news! CyanogenMod 6 is now “stable” and available for download! For most phones, you’ll need access to the root and boot-loader. If you are a first-timer, make sure to head over
Looks like Dell is going to listen to it’s user base who have been giving the computer giant static for the fact that their drivers for the Dell Streak have
Developers signed up at Samsung’s open source website have started to receive emails stating that the source code for the Captivate (AT&T’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S series) has been released
At the Google I/O conference, Google announced that Froyo code would be released to the open source community in “the coming weeks.” Many were beginning to wonder just how many
In a posting on their site, National Public Radio has announced that they are opening up the code for their Android app to some crowd-sourcing love! Not only are they