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It seems like results for Android’s Developer Challenge are finally showing up in developer’s inboxes around the globe. The top 50 winners of the challenge will be published Monday and will receive US$25,000. We have learned that one of the apps we covered here at AndroidAuthority recently has made it…

Although there are no true Android phones available at the moment, TuneWiki is anticipating them hitting the market soon and has fine tuned its application specifically for the new platform. TuneWiki allows users to download lyrics from the web directly to their handheld and shows them synced in real time…

Recently our friend Sascha Segan got up close and personal with T-Mobile’s SVP of Engineering and Operations, Neville Ray, and was able to get the carrier to open up about its latest network upgrade, as well as Android. Here is an excerpt from the interview: Q: Is the network UMTS…

A new Android app called AutoHTN is being developed that will let users control thermostats, lights, outlets, blinds, and other home accessories/equipment directly from their Android handhelds. The open source OS has allowed home automation to be taken mainstream by the Home Theater Network company and will allow users an…

Google announced that it has received over 1788 entries from developers around the globe for its Android Developer Challenge. The Challenge will provide up to US$10million to developers who build mobile applications for Android. Android is the first completely open and free mobile platform from Internet giant Google.

Rumors are swirling that Taiwanese handset manufacturer HTC is setting the stage to launch the first Android phone. As a founding member of the Open Handset Alliance, HTC was the first to present a Google Android prototype handset called the “Dream”. HTC is hosting a launch event in London on…

Our friends over at PCMag got their hands on a demo of Android at CTIA in Las Vegas. The new build, being shown by Qualcomm, was running an OpenGL version of Quake in 3D. Take a look at Sascha Segan’s slideshow of the impressive Android platform from Qualcomm here. For…

It seems that now that AT&T’s CEO, Ralph de la Vega, has had a chance to see some of the newer Google Android phone demos at events like Mobile World Congress and CTIA, he and the company are keenly interested (see last paragraph) in seeing Android based phones on the…