Lastest Google Android Honeycomb Sdk News
Android 3.2 Honeycomb SDK released Bored Android developer looking for something to do with your Monday morning? Google has you covered, releasing the Android 3.2 Honeycomb SDK. Tipped as fast-incoming back in late June, and since arriving for XOOM users, the updated version adds support for 7-inch Honeycomb tablets in addition to official microSD compatibility and other functionality. The screen size [...] Read more on SlashGear   Google’s Android 3.2 SDK Eases Tablet Screen Size Adjustments...
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Lastest Google Android Blog Applications News
Apple could be next to ride Android patent gravy train Google’s free-to-use operating system is increasingly imposing costs on handset developers. Read more on InfoWorld Which matters more to you, Android or iOS? [poll] Yesterday’s Flurry blog post ” iPad 2 and Verizon iPhone Take Some Wind Out of Android’s Sail ” sent the Apple Fanclub of bloggers and journalists into a tizzy. They’re still blogging about this great news today. Read more on BetaNews Google...
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Amazon to launch 9-inch tablet with Android OS
Amazon to launch 9-inch tablet with Android OS SAN FRANCISCO, USA: Amazon.com Inc will launch a tablet computer this year to extend its position as the world’s largest Internet retailer, expand in mobile commerce and sell more digital goods, according to analysts and investors. Read more on CIOL More Sony Ericsson Xperia Duo details leaked Dual-core rumours galore
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First look at Toshiba Thrive, iPad competitor
First look at Toshiba Thrive, iPad competitor We’ve got our hands on Toshiba’s first tablet – the Thrive.The widescreen tablet differs from Apple’s iPad in major ways. It includes an SD card slot, USB port, HDMI port and a removable battery.It runs Android 3.1 and undercuts the entry level iPad 2 at $ 480 (versus $ 500) for… Read more on Orange County Register New Evernote and Android Market clients work well on the HTC Flyer...
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Lastest Google Android Apps Pulled News
Facebook Should Focus on Product, Not Hiding Google+ From its Users It appears that Google+ is a beast that Facebook can’t ignore. But Facebook should focus on its own product, not the ads its users post about its rival. Read more on PC World Google Maps cans traffic estimates Deeming its traffic estimates not accurate enough, Google no longer displays how long it will take you to get from point A to point B in traffic...
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