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  • Android Market App Destroying Phone Data

    According to the application reviews from the Android Market, the app “MemoryUp Personal” is destroying personal data when installed onto an Android handset. There are reports of e-mail accounts being spammed, adware

    January 25, 2009 • Views: 353

  • Android Cupcake screenshots show new QWERTY, settings

    Screenshots and hands-on feedback of the Android Cupcake development build have emerged, hinting at changes users might see rolled out over the next few months.  Although no specific time-scale has been given for Cupcake’s

    January 23, 2009 • Views: 537

  • Porting Android to Palm Pre

    We are still presumably months away from the launch of what’s hyped to be 2009’s hottest handset, the Palm Pre.  The timeframe hasn’t stopped a few, however, from beginning the port of Google’s open mobile OS, Android,

    January 22, 2009 • Views: 428

  • Steven Horowitz says goodbye to Google

    One of the original software engineers for Google’s Android platform, Steven Horowitz, has reportedly left the Google team for a position with Coupons Inc. This company designs software for creating, distributing and tracking

    January 20, 2009 • Views: 916

  • Android Community Week in Review – Week 3 2009

    This week, Sir Luke Hutch was able to demonstrate multi-touch on the T-Mobile G1 on a stock handset by modifying only one system class in the Java-based user interface stack. There are also some instructions to go along with it

    January 18, 2009 • Views: 253

  • Facts surface about Cupcake elements in a new T-Mobile G1 update

    All of you who have coincidentally become cupcake followers can finally have something to sink your teeth into. No the update has not been pushed out by Google, but there is some information regarding what will be included in

    January 16, 2009 • Views: 417

  • Kogan Agora delayed indefinitely

    The Australian consumer electronics maker who promised the release of the first Android-powered handset in Australia has “delayed the launch indefinitely saying it was due to “potential future interoperability

    January 16, 2009 • Views: 246

  • Android 101 workshop being held in Pakistan

    Google representative in Pakistan, Badar Khushnood, has reportedly sent out emails to a few people about an Android developers workshop in LUMS or Lahore.  The workshop is to help make developers aware of the vision that Google

    January 15, 2009 • Views: 239

  • New “Dream G2” video surfaces, no surprise its out of China

    Looks like we have picked up another curious Android-powered handset that is being called the “G2 mobile phone china cellphone” as the video claims, or “Dream G2” as the device actually states. From what we can see this

    January 15, 2009 • Views: 364

  • Hands-on with OpenMoko’s Android-powered Neo FreeRunner

    We had a chance to stop by the OpenMoko booth at CES this year to get a quick look at the progress they have made with the Neo FreeRunner.  Unfortunately this device did not get and changes as far as hardware specifications.

    January 14, 2009 • Views: 628