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Sony consolidating its flagships is probably for the best

by Robert Triggs 1 day ago11 comments

Andy Rubin’s Essential teases a big announcement for May 30

by Jimmy Westenberg 13 hours ago13 comments

Boom to bust: The sad history of LeEco in the United States

by Robert Triggs 2 days ago16 comments

5 reasons why the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus is my daily driver

by Lanh Nguyen 3 days ago37 comments
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Strength in numbers: Android’s legacy

Android. We know the name but do we truly understand the ideals behind it? A few points to mull over before we begin this piece: Android is Google’s ...
by nathanMay 11, 20124

Why Android can never be a closed platform

Ever since Google announced it was buying Motorola, industry watchers have speculated if Google was going to make Android a closed source platform exclusively for ...
by Sameer SinghApril 25, 2012

OS family reunion: Android part of Linux kernel again

Linus Torvalds, the creator and supreme commander-in-chief of the Linux kernel, has released Linux 3.3, which, for the first time in several years, includes Android merges from ...
by Gary SimsMarch 19, 20123

Twitter Becomes an Open Source Security Software for Android

Twitter, a micro-blogging super site, has recently released a newly acquired security software for its Android platform. The new software is an open source platform that ...
by Christine TorralbaDecember 23, 2011
 
 

Android’s Drive To Dominance Unstoppable

Android is on the warpath and it looks they’re getting a bit unstoppable. Last Monday revealed that Google managed to corner 47.1 percent of the UK smartphone market in August. ...
by Aerol BibatSeptember 9, 2011

Koolu offering $100 off the Openmoko Neo FreeRunner

Andrew Greig, CEO of Koolu, has just informed us that his company is offering the Openmoko Neo FreeRunner for $100 off of the regular $399 price tag for a limited time.  The ...
by Michael OrylDecember 10, 2008

Android OS source code now available

The source code for Android 1.0 is now available in a weighty 2.1 gig download from http://source.android.com. Anyone with the brains and manpower is now free to edit, add, modify, ...
by Hamish RobertsonOctober 21, 2008168

Divide and Conquer game added to Apps-for-Android

Divide and Conquer Karl Rosaen over at the Android Developers Blog has posted about a new game he recently wrote and added to the open source apps-for-android project. Called ...
by Darcy LaCouveeSeptember 16, 2008155

New Flickr sample Android application debuts

Photostream for Android The guys over at the Android Developers Blog have posted a new open source sample application for would-be Android developers to examine. Called ...
by Darcy LaCouveeSeptember 4, 2008166

Android to face open source competition from Symbian

It appears that Google’s Android will have a new, and quite formidable, open source competitor in the near future. Today Nokia announced that it was purchasing the remainder ...
by Darcy LaCouveeJune 24, 20081490
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