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Chris Maxcer
Google Turns Unshackled Android Loose on Devs
12/08/08 11:43 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 666 Words

... the Google-backed Android gang is busy building applications and trying to get new phones manufactured, Google itself has ponied up a new unlocked device for developers: the Android Dev Phone 1. Basically, it's a "T-Mobile G1" that's SIM-unlocked and hardware unlocked, which...

Walaika Haskins
Could Android Grease Motorola's Wheels?
09/29/08 12:10 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 744 Words

... a week after T-Mobile , HTC and Google unveiled the G1, the first handset running the open source Android mobile platform , another handset maker is reportedly preparing a large push to incorporate the nascent mobile software system into its upcoming devices.

Katherine Noyes
Android vs. iPhone: No Contest for Developers
09/29/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1136 Words

... Android made its first showing last week in the form of the new G1, and as is so often the case when a brand-new product arrives, there were at least two noticeable effects. The first was a general quickening of the market's...

Chris Maxcer
Will HTC and T-Mobile Get Android's Gears Spinning?
08/15/08 11:26 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 740 Words

T-Mobile may be partnering with cell phone handset manufacturer HTC to deliver the first smartphone running Google's Android platform , according to reports. An article in the The New York Times cited unnamed sources briefed on T-Mobile's plans who said the carrier could...

Pauline Lo Alker
Dispelling the Mystery of Android
03/05/08 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 870 Words

... long-time promoters of mobile Linux , Google's announcement of Android marked a critical market inflection point. At long last, mobile Linux is emerging from a niche to quickly gaining broad acceptable in the mobile world alongside Symbian and Microsoft's Windows Mobile. While...

Katherine Noyes
Envisioning the Android User Experience: Customizable to the Max
11/16/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 968 Words

... a few days have passed since the release of the Android software development kit (SDK), but already developers are knee-deep in application projects for the new cell phone platform . Perhaps spurred by the added motivation of Google's US$10 million developer's challenge,...

Katherine Noyes
On Your Mark, Get Set, Develop: Google Offers $10M for Android Apps
11/13/07 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 964 Words

... Open Handset Alliance (OHA) made good on its promise to deliver a software development kit (SDK) for the new Android platform Monday, and Google sweetened the offering with a new US$10 million developer's challenge. The Android SDK is now available as an...

David Jones
Google Gives Devs First Look at Android O
03/22/17 4:35 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 684 Words


Background limits represent a significant change in how Android operates, so it's important to give developers time to get used to the new features, Burke said.

The release is still in its early stages, he cautioned, noting that there are...

Peter Suciu
BlackBerry Sees the Android Light
09/28/15 2:01 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 577 Words

... on Friday announced that it would introduce an Android smartphone later this year. The announcement came during the company's Q2 earnings call. The device will be known as the "Priv" and will be built around user privacy, said CEO John Chen.

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Jack M. Germain
There's a New Google Wallet in Town
09/11/15 3:45 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 609 Words

Google on Wednesday released a revamped version of Google Wallet to keep the app alive following its imminent transformation into Android Pay. Google Wallet (New) also has a few capabilities that aren't available in the about-to-be-promoted version.
Google began rolling out...

Peter Suciu
Android Stomps Onto Mobile Pay Battlefield
09/11/15 2:08 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 590 Words

Google on Thursday began rolling out Android Pay, its answer to Apple Pay. Android Pay allows shoppers to make purchases at more than a million retail locations across the United States. It also stores gift cards and loyalty cards, and provides special offers...

Peter Suciu
Can Android Give BlackBerry New Life?
06/16/15 5:10 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 724 Words

... could be considering equipping an upcoming smartphone with Google's Android operating system, Reuters reported last week. The move would be consistent with BlackBerry's strategy to focus on software and device management instead of handsets. Such a pivot would take the company away...

John P. Mello Jr.
Google Dresses Up Android Wear
04/20/15 3:32 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 704 Words

Google on Monday released an update to Android Wear -- just the second significant feature refresh for its wearable device software since its introduction more than a year ago. "This update is overdue," said Ian Fogg, senior director and head of the mobile...

Katherine Noyes
Android Hoards 84 Percent Smartphone OS Market Share
11/04/14 5:54 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 622 Words

Google's Android stole share from all of its major mobile OS rivals over the past year to achieve a whopping smartphone market dominance of roughly 84 percent in the third quarter of 2014, according to a new Strategy Analytics report. Apple's iOS, which...

Katherine Noyes
Android Creator Andy Rubin Exits the Googleplex
10/31/14 12:31 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 581 Words

... Rubin, the creator of Google's ubiquitous Android mobile platform, has left Google, the company confirmed on Friday. "I want to wish Andy all the best with what's next," said Google CEO Larry Page. "With Android he created something truly remarkable -- with...

Kris Holt
LG G Watch Rides In on 1st Android Wear Wave
07/08/14 4:07 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 886 Words

... has launched its Android Wear-powered G Watch around the world. The smartwatch can be ordered from Google Play and purchased at retailers in the United States, Canada, France, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, Australia, India, Japan and South Korea.

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John P. Mello Jr.
Google Aims to Defrag Android Universe
07/01/14 10:27 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 766 Words

... any Android user knows, the version of the operating system you're using can vary widely because it depends on parties other than Google . That's why nearly two-thirds of users are running a version of Android introduced in 2012 or earlier. With...

Katherine Noyes
Nokia X2 Mixes and Matches Android Apps, Windows Phone Services
06/25/14 2:57 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 762 Words

The Nokia X series targets emerging markets with a low-cost family of smartphones offering access to Android apps and Microsoft services.

However, the new Nokia X2 offers an enhanced experience, with more Microsoft services, an updated Fastlane feature, and upgraded specifications including...

Jack M. Germain
Ending the Embedded Linux Patent War Before It Begins
05/13/14 4:34 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 1613 Words

"Patent lawsuits are really an attempt to slow or stall Android as a manifestation of a Linux-based platform. The litigation is not so much an attack on the Linux kernel. It is an attack on Android as a platform that relies on...

Jack M. Germain
Brian Warner: Tizen Has Good Bones
04/29/14 9:02 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1956 Words

In this exclusive interview, LinuxInsider discusses with Brian Warner why the Tizen Project is starting to cause a stir as it challenges Linux and Android as the preferred embedded control system for smart devices.

LinuxInsider: Is Tizen expected to replace Android...

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