Does anyone remember our Android Bounty promotion? I wanted an Android app that could scan UPCs and generate Torrent results so I devised a plan to make it happen.
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ZeniMedia, which owns iD Software, has filed a DMCA complaint with Google and had several infringing applications removed from the Android Market. The offending games were ports of the popular Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein games created by iD Software.
I love my T-Mobile G1, but I have been disappointed by the lack of quality games. There are a few gems like Cestos, Buka, and Abduction, but we have not seen many 3D titles. Even though the Market is still in its first year, ... Read More »
After the success of our first Android Bounty, I wanted to pick a more ambitious idea for our second project. When paid applications came to the Android Market, I expected we would see some more advanced games. There are a few exceptions like the titles from Bendroid and Cestos from ... Read More »
This week O’Reilly Media, Inc. and Techweb co-produced the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco. The expo was designed to showcase the brightest new ideas for building the next generation of the web. There were many notable keynotes but the one that caught ... Read More »
Update: This bounty has been claimed.
When we launched the first Android Bounty last month, I was nervous about how it would be accepted by the Android community. My fears were laid to rest by two awesome developers who stepped up to meet the challenge and went on to release their ... Read More »
If you own a T-Mobile G1 Phone, chances are you have used one of the applications that reads barcodes. ShopSavvy and CompareEverywhere are the two most popular applications that make use of scanning. Each one allows the user to take a snapshot of a product UPC using ... Read More »
This story begins back when I was a teenager. It was the first time I became serious about trying to bring one of my ideas to life. My invention was named “Analog Break Lights”. I knew nothing about business or inventions, but I submitted my idea to one of those inventors websites. Thinking the site ... Read More »
Less than a week ago, we brought you the first Android torrent application which was met with huge buzz. Today we will preview another torrent application which is similar to Torrent Droid, but uses a little different approach. Justin from nEx.Software ... Read More »
Several weeks ago we launched a project called Android Bounty. By offering incentives to developers, we hoped to encourage them to code new ideas. Our first run was a little bumpy, but we acheived what we set out to do. Today I would like to announce our first Bounty winner and give you ... Read More »