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  • FoneMonkey makes testing apps for Android devs easier

    One of the ways that devs can make sure that their apps work on all the different Android platforms and builds out there is to use an automated app that makes testing across lots of devices easier. In the iOS world Gorilla Logic

    November 7, 2011 • Views: 323

  • HP TouchPad Android 2.2.1 System Dump Files Now Available

    The HP TouchPad has been getting a lot of attention as of late from the entire developer and Android communities. Once the TouchPad price dropped to $99 everyone started running wild with the hopes and dreams of one day soon

    August 25, 2011 • Views: 371

  • Twilio Client lets devs add VoIP to any app

    If you have ever used an app and wished it had VoIP integration built in, a new Twilio Client will let devs add that feature. The new client will allow the addition of VoIP to any application directly. The thing that makes the

    July 26, 2011 • Views: 287

  • Wahoo Fitness offers new ANT+ API for Android

    Wahoo Fitness has been making some interesting accessories for the iPhone for a while now that allows the iPhone to interface with ANT+ fitness sensors to track a person’s vital stats during a workout. The company has

    April 1, 2011 • Views: 921

  • Motorola Droid X Now Features Clockwork Recovery

    One feature that wasn’t listed with the Droid X, was Clockwork Recovery. Why? Because Motorola doesn’t want you to root your phone and do whatever you want to it. They went as far as to add that pesky eFuse aspect,

    August 13, 2010 • Views: 275

  • Droid Eris: End Of Life In May

    There has been a rumor around the Android world that the Droid Eris will be replaced by the HTC Incredible. This new screenshot seems to add fuel to the flame. If this screen is real then the Eris will stop being sold and

    April 11, 2010 • Views: 262

  • Google rewards Android devs with free phones

    Google sent out email’s earlier today to a select group of Android developers informing them that they are eligible to receive either a Verizon Droid or a Nexus One, as part of its ‘Device Seeding Program’. Developer’s of

    March 2, 2010 • Views: 270

  • JIT – now making your Donut build twice as fast.

    is a method of converting bytecode into native machine code, rather than Android’s Dalvik VM simply interpreting the bytecode. This speeds up apps and overall performance drastically. Cyanogen’s Nexus One build Beta 3

    February 24, 2010 • Views: 277