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Jack M. Germain
Android Apps and the Honeycomb Holdup
07/26/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1545 Words

... Android Honeycomb tablets are now on store shelves and vendor websites. Six months from Honeycomb's release, tablet makers have finally optimized their hardware to fit the new made-for-tablets OS version to their larger-than-smartphone screens. But where are the apps? Buyers of shiny...

Richard Adhikari
Google Sweetens the Android Pot With Honeycomb 3.2 SDK
07/19/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 723 Words

Google Friday announced Android 3.2 and released updated software development kit (SDK) tools for the platform . Android 3.2 is an incremental release that adds several new capabilities for both users and developers, the Internet giant said.

It includes changes to the...

Richard Adhikari
Apple vs. Android: One Sleek Platform or Viva Variety?
02/02/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1024 Words

... Android has dominated the tech news this past week, but Apple investors don't seem to feel threatened. The operating system from Google dominated the world's smartphone market in the final quarter of 2010; Google unveiled more details Monday about Android 3.0, aka...

Richard Adhikari
The Android Potluck Buffet
11/19/10 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 809 Words

... the Android platform is fast is an understatement. Within one short year, it's erupted from claiming a mere sliver of market share to taking second spot worldwide for smartphone sales by operating system , according to Gartner's figures. Android had 25.5 percent...

Rob Walch
Android's Smartphone 'Lead' Relies on Fishy Numbers
10/01/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1373 Words

... read an article recently in ComputerWorld titled "Devs bet big on Android over Apple's iOS." If that is not the definition of "link bait," I don't know what is. Either way, with hook in mouth, I surfed over to the article to...

Richard Adhikari
A Taste of Android's Freshly Baked Eclair
10/30/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 904 Words

... the Verizon Droid from Motorola arrives next month, it will include a new version of the Android Operating system . Android 2.0, also known as "Eclair," will no doubt show up in lots of other new smartphones over the coming months. Android...

Jack M. Germain
Can Android Grow From Micro-Machine to Iron Giant?
05/13/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1026 Words

The Android OS is currently available in just one smartphone in the U.S. (the T-Mobile G1, manufactured by HTC ), but many other device makers are rumored to have Android products in the works. The OS may also appear in small netbook...

Erika Morphy
The Curious Case of Android v. Android
05/06/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1713 Words

Nevertheless, on April 2, 2008 -- only one day after April Fool's Day, Collins noted -- Google unveiled its Android OS at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Google did file a challenge to the USPTO action, but that challenge was rejected,...

Jack M. Germain
Vulnerabilities Abound in Popular Android Apps: Report
04/18/18 10:11 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1655 Words

... 20 percent of the most popular Android Apps available through the Google Play Store contain open source components with known security vulnerabilities that can be exploited by hackers, according to a report Insignary will release next week. The findings are the result...

Chris Maxcer
Why Haven't the Android Hordes Routed the iPad?
03/14/13 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 889 Words

What was surprising? That it has taken Android so long to get anywhere near this point, a projected 48.8 percent of the market to Apple's 46 percent by year's end.

When I take a closer look at the IDC report , I'm...

Richard Adhikari
Is Fragmentation Breaking the Android Dev's Will?
03/22/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 666 Words

... are losing interest in creating apps for Android because of the continued fragmentation of the operating system , according to a survey conducted jointly by Appcelerator and IDC between January and February. Its results show that interest in Android phone app development...

Richard Adhikari
Google Asks Android App Devs to Design by the Book
01/14/12 7:30 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 651 Words

... well known that Android is fragmented or, as Google CEO Eric Schmidt contends , "differentiated." In a bid to codify design principles for the operating system's look and feel, Google unveiled Android Design at CES on Thursday. This website seeks to help...

Richard Adhikari
Google's Schmidt Does the Android Definition Boogie
01/11/12 11:26 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 743 Words

... Android smartphones sell like hot cakes -- 3.7 million were reportedly activated on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day -- concerns about the fragmentation of the operating system are increasing, and Google Chairman Eric Schmidt sought to allay those fears while speaking at...

Richard Adhikari
The Future of Android, Part 2: Security Snafus
08/09/11 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1012 Words

The Future of Android, Part 1: The Legal Squeeze The number of attacks on Android devices has been rising over the past few months.

The malware has exotic names such as "Zitmo," "DroidDreamLight," "Hong Tou Tou," "DroidKungFu," "YZHCSMS," "Geinimi" and "Plankton."...

Richard Adhikari
Has the Time Come for an Android Market Drug Test?
06/10/11 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 788 Words

... Android apps are becoming more popular as the Android operating system gains ground in the mobile market. IDC expects Android to take more than 40 percent of the worldwide smartphone market in the second half of 2011.

However, with Android's growing...

Rob Spiegel
Google Kicks Rogue Apps Out of the Android Market
03/02/11 12:30 PM PT | E-Commerce Times | 862 Words

Google removed a slew of apps containing malware from the Android Market on Tuesday. At least 21 of the tainted apps appear to have come from publisher called "Myournet," which copied apps developed by others and modified them to include a Trojan horse...

Rob Spiegel
Google Makes Its Ebookstore More Android-Friendly
02/28/11 12:07 PM PT | LinuxInsider | 862 Words

... Android users can now purchase e-books from the Android Market using a new feature that allows them to tap into Google's ebookstore for Android-ready reading. Google launched its ebookstore last December. Users can search its database by genre, and in addition to...

John P. Mello Jr.
Android Adds Web Wing in Market Renovation
02/03/11 9:32 AM PT | E-Commerce Times | 673 Words

... lost in the hoopla over the announcement of Google's Android Honeycomb operating system for tablets was the search giant's unveiling of a new online store for apps for its mobile operating system . The outlet allows consumers to hunt for Android apps...

Chris Maxcer
Android's Racking Up Points, but Is iPhone Even Playing the Game?
08/17/10 5:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 911 Words

... I've been watching all the latest smartphone and mobile device and operating system numbers come in from various analysts, and they've basically been saying the same thing: The Android horde is here. The NPD Group reported that Android accounted for 33 percent...

Katherine Noyes
Google's Android App Inventor: Help or Hindrance?
07/13/10 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 811 Words

Google's new App Inventor for Android may be a dream come true for amateur programmers with big ideas for the next mobile app. Whether it will be as beneficial for professional developers, the Android Market or the platform in general, however, is much...

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