Topic: android

Google talks up next phone OS at I/O Conference

Ice Cream Sandwich comes with movies, music and USB support … continue reading

Top five things Android has to offer developers

Android has a number of benefits that are either unique or exceptional when compared to other phone OSes … continue reading

From the Editors: Android isn’t going away

The platform will survive Microsoft’s lawsuit, so don’t worry; the Eclipse Foundation has become hugely relevant … continue reading

Android facing yet more legal battles

Oracle lawsuit coupled with new litigation from Microsoft casts a shadow on Android’s future … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: Java, the Smithsonian and Android Honeycomb

Android’s success proves that Java’s not dead … continue reading

Oracle adds mobile application framework

New ADF from Oracle abstracts functions and data access layers, allowing for fast construction of BlackBerry and Windows apps … continue reading

Enterprises take the spotlight at AnDevCon

Third parties show off their Android wares as news that Android moves ahead of BlackBerry comes through … continue reading

Five tips for tablet adoption

Forrester’s Ted Schadler lists ways a business can emphasize the benefits of tablets, by educating, prioritizing, and more … continue reading

Zeichick’s Take: iPad 2, Android, mobile platform fragmentation and abstraction

Alan ruminates on Apple’s tight control over its technology vs. Android’s more open nature … continue reading

Developers give their early impressions of the Android Honeycomb OS

Though they like the framework for updates, most prefer to wait for the next iteration … continue reading

Microsoft-Nokia mobile deal could benefit both

Analysts examine this new marriage in light of its potential to challenge Apple’s dominance of the smartphone market … continue reading

RunRev platform adds Android support

The LiveCode compile-free development environment can deploy single codebase across multiple mobile operating systems … continue reading Protection Status