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Posts Tagged with 'Android'

The Mobile Plot Thickens: The BlackBerry Tablet
Android Patently Challenged, Blackberry steps to the table(t)
From Zero to Mobile Inventor in 10 Minutes
App Inventor, beta (imagine that!) software from Google that provides near-WYSIWYG Android app development.
Taking the App to Market, Part 2
Publishing an application to the Android Market
This Little App Went to Market, Part 1
Preparing an application for the Android Market
Monitoring Android Events
Use dynamically registered BroadcastReceivers to create intelligent GUIS for Android
Wiring Up Android Buttons
Three ways to configure click handlers in Android UI Code
Launching Android Apps
Leveraging built-in Android Apps to make your app better
Complementary and Collaborative Apps
A new way to think about mobile applications.
Android Phone-Top Programming, Part 2
Creating a simple application debug tool out of an App Widget
Android Phone-Top Programming: Part 1
Building on what we already know about Android development, we take a look at adding App Widget functionality for your phone's "desktop."
Showing Progress with Android
Passing data with Handlers, Messages and the ProgressDialog
Android and iPhone, and Then Everyone Else
iPhone is becoming the standard-bearer, but Android is more versatile
Localizing Android Applications
Business as Mission requires localization.
Here Comes Froyo!
Android continues its march towards the top of the smartphone market.
Google I/O: What to Expect, What to Hope For
The 5 things I hope Google unveils in Android 2.2.
Global Variables in Android Apps
Using the Application object to cure a case of the Android flip flops
Could Android run on the iPad?
Will the best Android tablet actually be a jail-broken iPad?
Say Cheese: Building a Photo App for Your Android Device
Learn how to snap a picture and display it in your application
Comparing Apples and Androids
Apple ups the ante against Android with iPhone OS version 4 -- but first they have to answer to the 3.3.1 worm.
Nexus One... Close, But No Calendar!
Making my Nexus One usable as a day-to-day phone
Lights, Camera, Android: Is Google TV Getting Ready for a Close Up?
Rumors of a Google TV appliance continues to blur the lines of platform and market -- and perhaps brings App developers yet another opportunity to sell their 'wares
To XML and Back: Using JSON in Android
JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) is competing with XML as the data encoding format of choice.
Titanium 1.0: The "App for Building Apps"?
Appcelerator ups the ante for mobile developers
Dumping WYSIWYG: Building Android User Interfaces at Run Time
A look at an alternative means of constructing user interface elements for Android developers
Writing "C" Code for Android
The Android SDK is strictly for Java Programmers -- however, the Native Development Kit cracks the door to let some "C" inside
Android's Next Challenge? iTunes
Android has been updated again, but the list of phones waiting for an upgrade continues to grow. There is one lesson Apple can teach Android
Automating Android with Ant
Eclipse is not the only game in town when it comes to compiling Android applications.
The Next Level of Convergence?
Wouldn't it be cool if I could plug a keyboard and monitor into my phone....
One Android to Rule Them All?
Android is maturing, both for developers and consumers. Will it dominate the mobile market? 2010 may bring the answer.
Under the Hood of Native Web Apps for Android
Web Development for Mobile Devices is the latest rage. But what if you want an "off-line" web application? No problem!
Mobile Web Applications
The mobile web is maturing -- but be careful to not stuff your application chock-full of "features."
Android: A Better iPhone?
iPhone has created the market, but Android has the potential to own it.
Android is Sprint-ing ahead
Sprint hosts major mobile players at Open Developer's Conference in Santa Clara
Are App Stores Evil?
The only thing changing faster than mobile devices is the business model for distributing your applications
Google Issues Cease & Desist to Open Source Android Developer
Google recently cracked down on popular Android MODer Cyanogen. Does this mark the beginning of the end for Android or just a speed-bump on the way to market dominance?
Time to Taste the Android Donut
With the release of Android 1.6 a.k.a. "Donut", Android continues its path towards main-stream mobile acceptance
Hands-on: Multiple Activities and Data Persistence in Android
Building on our Android-based TicketResponder applicatoin, we add a new screen and data persistence.
Hands-on: Debugging an Android Application
Roll up your sleeves, start up the Android Emulator and debug your application line by line.
Building a Ticket Responder for Android, Part 2
Dig into the code as we continue down the path of creating a real-world Android application
Hands-on with Android: Building a Ticket Responder, Part 1
This is the first in a multi-part series of articles on building real-world mobile applications with Android.
The CEO, the Android-Maker, and Augmented Reality. Oh my!
The first InsideMobile conference brought together about 100 developers, product managers, entrepreneurs and even some hobbyists to discuss the future of mobile.
Open Source iPhone Dev: XML to the Rescue?
Can a project originating from San Francisco State University bridge the digital divide and bring true open source development to the iPhone platform? It looks promising, but the climb is steep and the gap is wide.
Google I/O Foretells the Future of the Internet
The free Android phone was a splash at the 2009 Google I/O Conference, but the company's introduction of six novel technologies was something more like a tidal wave. Here's linuxdlsazine's report. The future starts now.
Is Android The Perfect Mobile Software Platform?
Is Android an iPhone killer or is it just another failed attempt at taking Linux mainstream on a mobile phone?
The CIO's Guide to Mobile Security
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Real Time Code Analysis: Proactive Protection Against Malware Threats
Measuring Power in Your Data Center
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