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Here’s some exciting news for you Google Voice users. TechCrunch is reporting that Google is testing Voice on PC’s, allowing employees to make calls via their desktops. This is a
For various reasons, I’ve had plenty of free time on my hands lately.Â And since I’m an Android Guy, I was closely following the CES 2010 developments.Â I was also
And of course, I would be talking about the Nexus One, the most glorious Android phone to date.Â About four months ago, I wrote an article called, “Don’t Hold Your
With all the different seemingly conflicting reports about developers fleeing both the iPhone app store and the Android Market, the question remains
The following is a guest post from Carl Whalley of Android Academy.Â Based in the UK, they’re doing their part to raise Android awareness across the pond.Â After you are
There is no mistaking it.Â The Android Market needs help.Â As more apps are added,Â and the Android user base grows, the complaints about its shortcomings are keeping step.Â I’ve
In a sea of “desired features, improvements, and upgrades you would desire to see in a future Android release”, we have lots of people asking what Android can do for them. What we need are more people asking what they can do for Android.
While the T-Mobile G1’s 320×480 screen is a luxury to those who developed apps for less-spacious screens, it always seems like you could use just a bit more room. Here
T-Mobile is building up a substantial team of Android developers, architects, and QA engineers to help propel the T-Mobile G1 and tackle the cutting edge of tomorrow’s coolest products and
If you’re like me, you do your Android development outside Eclipse and therefore rely upon the full range of the Android toolkit, from activitycreator through DDMS. And, if you’re like
Learn how to send an email from your Android app in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
See how to embed activities inside of tabs in an Android TabView, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Learn how to have your application’s screen be rotated just based on the position of the device, rather than based on the keyboard, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
Learn how to prevent Android from rotating your activity’s UI, in today’s episode of Building ‘Droids!
This post, following yesterdayâ€™s Part One, continues our interview with David Li, CEO and co-founder of Mogees. AG: Does Mogees’ SDK come with anything to help users understand what they