We recently had a chat with the Fiber team, to ask all of our Fiber-y questions. We wanted to know how Fiber came to be, what it means for Google, and what it does for the cities (and citizens) lucky enough to have it.
Whether you need something to protect from the occasional drop, or a case that looks like it could take a fall from a high-rise building, Otterbox has it.
Joshua Vergara grabs us an interview with Nvidia, gets hands-on with Nvidia Shield, and has a test play of the new Dead Trigger 2 at Google I/O. Check out the videos!
In the first interview since taking over the reigns of Android, Sundar Pichai revealed that Google I/O 2013 won’t bring that much novelties when it comes to hardware and OS updates. Read on to see what else he said about Google’s Android and Chrome plans!
Where’s your “thermonuclear war” now, Apple? – Larry Page on Android, Apple, driverless cars and secret experiments
In a recent interview with Wired, Larry Page challenges Apple whether their “thermonuclear war” against Android is actually working to their advantage.
Grafetee have developed a system through which users can explore and collaborate based third-party data and their localities. The app is now available on both iOS and Android platforms as free downloads. We caught up with Juha Huttunen, CEO at Grafetee, and got his insights on the app and its practical functionalities, including being used by Finnish police to help fight crime.
Ever wondered what went behind the making of one of the year’s most anticipated gadgets, the Galaxy Note 2? Just before the unveiling of the phablet phenomenon at IFA 2012 in Berlin, Android Authority’s Darcy LaCouvee spoke to Samsung Mobile product marketing director Ryan Bidan on several topics, such as the design philosophy of the Galaxy Note 2, its specs, release date, and much more.
In our latest Developer Interview, we’ve sat down with Frank Chen, the CEO of Moborobo Inc. Moborobo is an impressive management tool for PC and Mac that lets you easily synchronize, manage, and transfer your Android data. We’ve discussed about developing for Android, the challenges and rewards of working on Android, monetization, and other hot issues for Android developers.
This week, we dig into Android’s latest launcher, Chameleon, along with this week’s special guest Phill, from their development team. Screen real estate, widgets, and home screens based on a context system make Chameleon extremely powerful. Chameleon, now in private beta, will soon be launching an SDK system to allow developers from all walks of life to create additional widgets. Don’t worry Kickstarter backers, you’ll be getting your invites in the next few days. Chameleon has a lot of potential and they keep adding functionality. Keep an eye on this application, it’s going to get better. Google’s Wallet grows up,…
Exclusive interview: Gabor Vida from Teknision talks about Chameleon, developing for Android, and user experience
Chameleon, the innovative Android launcher developed by Teknision (creators of the Blackberry PlayBook UI), made quite a stir in the Android community. The intelligent overlay promises to change the way we use our devices, by offering “a better home screen for your Android tablet, designed to fit your lifestyle”. The project got successfully funded on Kickstarter (after some misadventures) and is currently in beta stage. In fact, if you backed Chameleon on Kickstarter, you should soon receive your invitation for the beta test. We sat down with Gabor Vida, President of Teknision, to discuss about Chameleon, Kickstarter, and user interfaces. Check out the…