Verizon is expected to announce the Motorola Droid RAZR HD on September 5th, so it’s no surprise that more leaks are appearing as we near its launch. Tonight a series of five tutorial videos appeared on YouTube that feature the Motorola XT926 (aka RAZR HD).
None of the specs were confirmed in the ... Read More »
Many of you have probably purchased one of the (literally) most awaited devices in the history of Android. After being announced at CES, the Motorola Droid Bionic took over 8 months to be released. It went through its fair share of delays and revamps/upgrades and now it’s in your safe hands. ... Read More »
Excitement reigned throughout the land when Samsung announced the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was going to come with stock Android 3.1. All that rejoicing was soon interrupted when Samsung announced TouchWiz UX would come in a later update. As Android enthusiasts, we will always prefer the Vanilla Android experience, ... Read More »
Recently a big lot of us all got our first taste of App Inventor for Android, a drag-and-drop learning tool for budding Android developers. A couple days ago we posted a guide to building a simple Twitter client and today we’re going to expand into some more general instruction.
We’ll be exploring various ... Read More »
A couple days ago (and again yesterday, it seems) Google started sending out rounds of invites for its new App Inventor beta. Google App Inventor is a web-based, drag-and-drop Android application building tool.
Using App Inventor for Android you can easily develop in real-time on a live device (as you build the app it is ... Read More »
A few weeks ago we launched the new Android and Me mobile site to almost unanimously positive reviews. The outpouring of support for my first major mobile build really got me excited and to return the favor I wanted to try to share some of what I learned.