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Katherine Noyes
Google's Astonishing Android About-Face
05/24/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1409 Words

That, however, is just what last week afforded when reports emerged that Google would take a markedly different approach to the launch this fall of Android 5.0, or "Jelly Bean."

Not only is the company reportedly planning to expand its Nexus line...

Richard Adhikari
Android: What, Me Fragmented?
05/17/12 12:10 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 707 Words

... are nearly 4,000 different types of devices running Android , OpenSignalMaps has found. More than 1,300 of them have custom ROMs that tweak the android.build model. Android brands are almost as diverse as the models, openSignalMaps discovered. Further, the application programming interface...

Richard Adhikari
iOS More Crashtastic Than Android
02/07/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 610 Words

... rivalry between Google and Apple in the cut-throat mobile device world took a new turn recently when mobile-app support platform company Crittercism published a study that found iOS apps crash more often than their Android counterparts. Crittercism analyzed more than 214 million...

Richard Adhikari
Can Amazon Save Android From Malware Hell?
12/20/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 889 Words

... Android continues its breathtaking rate of growth, malware directed at the platform is keeping pace. Studies from McAfee and other antivirus software providers warn that Android is a breeding ground for malicious software.

Google has come under fire as a result,...

Richard Adhikari
The Plight of the Android App Wallflowers
08/19/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 649 Words

... Android device users spend more time on their apps than on the mobile Web, and the top 10 apps account for 43 percent of that time, according to Nielsen. When the top 50 Android apps are considered, they account for 61 percent...

Rob Spiegel
Amazon Lets Customers Take Android Apps Out for a Spin
03/28/11 1:14 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 881 Words

Amazon's Android Appstore launched last week with an innovative approach to selling apps. Amazon Test Drive allows potential customers to try out the full-version of an app free for 30 minutes on a virtual version of an Android phone. Currently, Test Drive is...

Richard Adhikari
Fixing the Fragmented Face of Android
03/09/11 1:57 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 888 Words

... Android 3.0, aka "Honeycomb," took center stage at Wednesday's AnDevCon keynote address, and LinuxInsider joined about 200 Android developers in a small room at the Marriott Hotel in San Mateo, Calif., to listen in. Presenters Chet Haase and Romain Guy of Google...

Erika Morphy
RIM's PlayBook May Play Nice With Android Apps
02/11/11 10:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 852 Words

Despite its best efforts, news of its pricing, availability -- and now, the surprising possibility that it will run Android apps -- has steadily made its way into the market.

The last tidbit is the most significant, as it has the greatest...

Richard Adhikari
Google to Let Android Apps Work the Cash Register
01/26/11 11:59 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 771 Words

Google will reportedly allow in-app payment abilities in Android applications sometime this quarter. Android Developer Ecosystem Manager Eric Chu announced this at the Inside Social Apps conference in San Francisco Tuesday, according to reports.

In-app payments will let Android app users purchase...

Richard Adhikari
Apple Eases iOS Dev Clampdown as Android Gains Ground
09/09/10 11:46 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1131 Words

Perhaps the growing popularity of Android as a mobile platform also has something to do with Apple's change of heart.

Apple did not respond to requests for comment by press time.

Apple's New Leaf
"We have listened to...

Richard Adhikari
Android May Paddle Samsung Canoe Into Turbulent Web TV Waters
09/07/10 11:44 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 961 Words

Samsung may begin building televisions with the Android operating system built in, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. Yoon Boo Keun, head of Samsung's TV business line, reportedly said the company is reviewing whether to use Android, an OS more commonly found in various smartphones,...

Erika Morphy
Android Elbows iPhone Out of Second Place in US Market
05/10/10 12:11 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 567 Words

... Android operating system has moved past the iPhone to capture the No. 2 ranking in smartphone operating systems in the first quarter of 2010, with 28 percent of the U.S. market, according to the NPD Group . The Research In Motion OS...

Richard Adhikari
Android 2.2 Goes All the Way With Flash
04/28/10 12:17 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 623 Words

Google's show of Flash support came weeks after Apple , Android's rival, announced changes that made it more difficult for Flash application developers to create apps for its iPhone. However, Google's promise of full Flash support in an upcoming edition of Android...

Jack M. Germain
MIPS Puts Android on TV
01/06/10 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 512 Words

MIPS Technologies announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas on Tuesday its plan to develop a new line of set-top boxes with Android inside. At CES, MIPS will demonstrate a prototype of an Android-based IPTV set-top box developed by KDDI...

Richard Adhikari
Sprint Seizes the Android Moment
10/09/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 583 Words

Sprint is adding another Android phone to its lineup -- the Samsung Moment. Samsung Moment

The Moment, which has an 800 MHz CPU , will be available from Nov. 1.

Meanwhile, Gartner predicts that Android installations will surge, putting it in...

Erika Morphy
Is Dell Getting Its Android On?
10/08/09 12:30 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 713 Words

Dell is reportedly building an Android smartphone for AT&T . If the rumor, first reported in the Wall Street Journal , should prove true, it would mean significant advances for both companies. It would be AT&T's first offering built on the open source...

Richard Adhikari
Study: Android's on a Mobile Web Tear
10/02/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 523 Words

... apparently iPhones rule the mobile ad marketplace, Android phones are making rapid headway and could soon overtake BlackBerry devices. Mobile adverting marketplace AdMob on Thursday released a report indicating that 40 percent of the devices accessing its mobile ad network are iPhones.

Katherine Noyes
Will Motorola Scratch Android's Back?
09/15/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 719 Words

Tit for Tat?
As much as the Linux-based Android platform has to offer Motorola, however, there's at least the potential for Motorola to give a reciprocal boost to Android as well.

The platform, first announced nearly two years ago,...

Richard Adhikari
Are Android Phones Motorola's Road to Redemption?
08/11/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 951 Words

Motorola's long-awaited Android phones are about to hit the market at last -- one will reportedly go to Verizon , the other to T-Mobile . None of the three companies will comment on the devices, but the blog Android and Me has posted...

Jack M. Germain
HP Interviews Android for Netbook Position
04/01/09 1:52 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 590 Words

HP has confirmed it is considering Google's Android operating system for use in upcoming netbook computers. However, the company has not set a time line for deciding whether to offer Android exclusively or as one of several OS options for its products, if...

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