Sanjay Jha speaking at a Deutsche Bank Technology Conference in San Francisco this week confirmed last month’s rumor that Motorola doesn’t intend to release an Android tablet until at least early next year.
The word we received last month was that they were going into a holding pattern until a more tablet friendly ... Read More »
In a recent interview with Mercury News, Google’s VP of Engineering for Android, Andy Rubin, acknowledged that the current pace of Android OS development is not sustainable long term and that they will scale back to a yearly update when “things start settling down.”
Rubin explains in the interview that the speed of updates to ... Read More »
Well, that’s a big number. In an annual stockholder’s meeting, Google CEO Eric Schmidt reported that Android partners were now shipping about 65,000 handsets per day which includes 34 mobile devices in 49 countries. Interestingly enough, Schmidt also took a subtle jab at Apple, saying that “[Google] is trying to build an entire ecosystem of ... Read More »
Verizon Wireless CEO, Lowell McAdam confirmed in an interview today that they are working on an Android powered tablet computer with Google.
Google and Verizon have certainly had a lucrative partnership with Android thus far and Verizon’s advertising for the Motorola Droid is all the average consumer knows of the Android platform. Beyond ... Read More »
Does this news give any pause to any future Droid Incredible owners?
Where does one begin when introducing Gina Trapani? She is the founding editor of and contributor to Lifehacker.com and has authored two books based on the site, “Lifehacker: 88 Tech Tricks To Turbocharge Your Day” and “Upgrade Your Life: The Lifehacker Guide To Working Smarter, Faster, Better”.
MC Frontalot (nee Damian Hess) has been releasing music for a little over ten years now. In that time he has built a cult following, created a hip-hop subgenre, released 3 albums, and been the subject of an acclaimed documentary.
As the number of phone platforms increase, multi-platform coding gets harder and harder. A new open source project called PhoneGap is trying to make it easier while bringing web coders into the game. I asked PhoneGap developer Brian LeRoux these questions:
AAM: Could you describe the purpose of PhoneGap for those who ... Read More »