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Looking for a job as an Android developer? Interested in seeing Sweden?

Android job in Sweden! Time to dance! Are you an Android developer looking for your next gig?  Well, Aardvark Consulting, a company working on an ...
by Michael OrylApril 6, 2009162

Tethering your laptop with your G1 just got easier

OK, so tethering your laptop and G1 device isn’t entirely new, but in the past the processes have required root access, or have just been plain messy. However, help is at hand in the ...
by James TromansMarch 20, 2009157

New Google Image Search available on Android

Yesterday Google released an update that, although not exclusively Android related, is currently only available on Android and iPhone/iPod Touch devices. The update includes a new ...
by James TromansMarch 12, 2009140

Google Dev 1 smartphone unable to buy paid-for Android apps

Android Dev 1 smartphone It appears that anybody who has bought one of the unlocked Android Dev 1 versions of the HTC Dream is going to be in for a ...
by Michael OrylFebruary 26, 20091471

Run X Windows X11 on your Android smartphone

A developer by the name of [ghostwalker] has managed to not only get X11 running on Android, but has also assembled a how-to guide should you feel inclined to try this type of thing ...
by James TromansFebruary 23, 2009159

How to tether your G1 for use as a laptop modem – kinda

Gizmodo has just published an article that explains how to connect your G1 to a computer for data tethering.  The process requires a USB cable, the Tetherbot App,  the ...
by Nicholas AhnFebruary 14, 20091379

US/UK Android Market now offering paid apps

Well, the WSJ had suggested it was going to happen this week, and the paper was right.  A few minutes ago Google’s Eric Chu announced on the Android Developers Blog that the US ...
by Michael OrylFebruary 13, 2009152

Expert: Android security hole so bad, browser use should be avoided

ReadWriteWeb’s Sarah Perez points out a Forbes story about a security hole in the Android OS platform that is so severe, multiple security experts are claiming that the Android ...
by Michael OrylFebruary 12, 2009156

Hello, Android – a book on Google Android development

For those interested in the more technical side of Android as a mobile OS, or even fancy dabbling in the creation of applications for their Android based phone, Pragmatic Programmers ...
by James TromansFebruary 5, 200918

How-to: Cupcake on the Android Emulator (with video)

The guys at NullWire have put together a nice and neat way to get the Cupcake branch of Android running on your personal copy of the Android Emulator.  But before you can do that, ...
by Michael OrylJanuary 27, 20091297
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