Author: Paul Fang
Alex e-reader . The company's site still reads "keep checking in and by the first week of March you'll be able to preorder your Alex online", but we have word that the touchscreen device is coming a bit later.
third release of the Android Native Development Kit (NDK) is now available for download from the official Android developer site. According to a blog post by Android developer David Turner, applications focused on Android 2.0 or higher now gain the ability to directly access OpenGL ES 2.0 features, which brings the capability to “control graphics rendering through vertex and fragment shader programs, using the GLSL shading language”.
turns out that it’s actually the rumored Opus One first seen several months ago, an Android-powered handset that’ll run on iDEN carrier.
first-ever app for the Android platform. Yes, that’s Google’s Android platform. Dubbed Tag, it’s similar to the Microsoft’s iPhone app of the same name, and lets you use your handset as a mobile barcode reader.