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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!

Ballmer Talks Android – Still Doesn’t Get It

You would hope that by now, people like Steve Ballmer would know his stiffest competition when he saw it. Unfortunately, Microsoft's lack of vision will be their undoing.

AndroidGuys Store Now Open!

Your favorite source of Android news and opinion is now your first place to go for software and accessories!

GPhone in Australia by Dec 15 for $199!

A much cheaper alternative to the G1 is coming to Australia thanks to Kogan Technologies.

SMS Feature in GMail

Our favorite email client just got a little bit more convenient! In the coming weeks, Gmail will offer SMS features.

Moto Aura

A fashion phone with a circular display. What looks nice and expensive is also missing some vital features that many are coming to demand as standard.

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...

T-Mobile G1s’ 3G Woes

The first users to get G1's are running into a problem this week and it has nothing to do with the extra $30 they paid for not waiting. It's the network, silly.

Android Fans are MOTO PISD

We should have known. If it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. Unfortunately, the news for the ailing handset maker just doesn't get better.

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!

34 Weeks of OHA #31

I'm kinda breaking the rules this week by presenting two OHA members in one profile. By titling this colomn 34 Weeks of OHA, I'm...

Asus to Release Android Powered Mobile in Early 2009?

Asustek Computer looks to bring their Android-based phone out in the first half of 2009 according to the ever popular "company sources."

Motorola Going for Broke with More Android, Less People

Scaling back the Motorola team with layoffs that could come as early as tomorrow, the handset maker is also putting a lot of weight behind Android.

CompareEverywhere Comes Out on Top in First Battle of Barcode Readers

I've spent the last 3 days playing with each of the barcode scanning applications from the Android Market. While each has their own unique features, it's CompareEverywhere that comes with more that I need and want.

Sprint CEO: Android Has to Wait

Dan Hesse has made some great decisions since he's been with the company, but somehow we don't think this will is one of them. Android is ready for prime time and Sprint is missing the boat.

Power Up! These five chargers are on sale today

Because one charger is simply not enough for our phones, we need something else -- or something better. These charging solutions are on sale today.
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