Google Voice Being Tested on PC’s at the ‘plex!

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 departure from having to link Google Voice numbers to an actual mobile phone or landline. Google is ...

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Is Google Serious About Maturing the Android Market?

With all the different seemingly conflicting reports about developers fleeing both the iPhone app store and the Android Market, the question remains Deals, Discounts, Freebies, and More! Click here to save today!

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I’ve Got Cliq Envy

When I was a young boy in Catholic school, I was always taught that envy was one of the Seven Deadly Sins.  As of yesterday, I am heading to the confessional because of the early Christmas present I got my wife this weekend, the Motorola Cliq from T-Mobile. As a rule, I am an early... Read More

Getting More Elbow Room

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 are two tricks for clearing off some Android-supplied UI elements, so your activities can take up more space. First ...

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Too Many Bits for DDMS

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 me, you just plopped a 64-bit Linux (Ubuntu 8.10 “Intrepid Ibex”) on a multi-core PC ...

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It’s In The Mail

Learn how to send an email from your Android app in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Tabs With Intents

See how to embed activities inside of tabs in an Android TabView, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Rotational Forces, Part Five

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!

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Rotational Forces, Part Four

Learn how to prevent Android from rotating your activity's UI, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Enabling the Ecosystem: Mogees, Part Two

This post, following yesterday’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 have and have not paid for in a certain app, or across all Mogees apps on their device? DL: The ...

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Enabling the Ecosystem: Mogees, Part One

Learn more about Mogees, a way to get paid for your Android applications, in an Enabling the Ecosystem interview in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Rotational Forces, Part Three

Learn yet another approach to handling rotation events in your Android application, in the conclusion of our three-part rotation series, in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Rotational Forces, Part Two

Learn another approach to handling rotation events in your Android application, in part two of our three-part rotation series in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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Enabling the Ecosystem: voeveo, Part Two

This post, following yesterday’s Part One, continues our interview with Annabel Youens, Community Director of voeveo. AG: One of the pervasive fears in mobile development is exclusivity — are you aware of any arrangements that would prevent developers from listing their wares in ...

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Enabling the Ecosystem: voeveo, Part One

Learn more about voeveo, another marketplace for Android applications (and more!), in an Enabling the Ecosystem interview in today's episode of Building 'Droids!

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