Everyone knows that Android is open source, right?
Remember that countdown on the DroidDoes.com site?
Watch Taylor unbox the netbook and post a question for the full review.
Another eReader goes Android.
Developers conference returns to San Francisco.
I should be sleeping, but I wanted to get this video out. We got to play with a Samsung Moment today at CTIA and shot some good footage. It would have been uploaded sooner, but we ran into some internet problems at the event.
Thankfully, we have Android phones that we can tether to our ... Read More »
Revision3 Internet Television has joined the Android community. They started posting Android application reviews on their show AppJudgement. The show is updated three times each week and it looks like they do one Android episode per week. Subscribe to their feeds for future Android videos.
This week they covered the best Twitter ... Read More »
Citrix held their iForum 2009 this week in Singapore. Among the announcements came news that Citrix was working on their Receiver application for Android. Citrix specializes in virtualization and remote access software for business. This allows a central server to deliver applications over the internet to a number of devices. Citrix Receiver ... Read More »
LaunchIt is your hub for searching and organizing content on your Android phone. Think of LaunchIt as your universal search beast: find favorite bookmarks, locate apps in the android market, access phone settings, SMS and so on. It’s almost like a type of Quicksilver (or Launchy on PC) for your Android.
This is the last reminder I’m sending out to invite everyone to tune in to today’s Android Developers Meetup sponsored by Motorola. You will be able to listen live over blogtalkradio.com, but a podcast will also be offered for those that miss it. Please visit our Flourish page for ... Read More »