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Android News

Last Call for Google I/O to give away 100 passes to the sold-out conference

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Google I/O registration may have sold out in only 59 minutes, but Google is giving developers more chances to get a pass to the sold out conference. Vic Gundotra just posted on the official Google blog that there…

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AT&T

Android Uprising: Angry developers and users form separate online protests against Google and AT&T

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Both Google and AT&T are facing separate incidents of small protests from angry customers. In Google’s case, a group of Android app makers upset about “working conditions” in the And…

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Android News

App Genome projects Android Market will have more apps than Apple by mid-2012, no word on parity in quality

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The App Genome project from Lookout Mobile Security is quite an interesting service with some good stats on the app ecosystem with Android and iOS. The latest report shines a light not only on the explosive grow…

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Google

Google I/O 2011 Registration now open [UPDATE: SOLD OUT!]

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And just like that, they were all gone. Google I/O sold out in 59 minutes according to Vic Gundotra. Hope you all managed to get in. Here is the original story ——————R…

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Android Apps

Android’s currency-based pricing could lead to more expensive and more affordable apps

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No, you didn’t misread the title. Google’s decision to let developers set pricing for different currencies will have the seemingly contradictory effect of making app purchases more expensive…

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Android Devices

“Forking” be damned, crude smartphone support found in Android 3.0 Honeycomb emulator

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If you were worried about what Android version your device was going to get after Gingerbread 2.3 and believed the hype that Android 3.0 was for dual-core, tablets only, it looks like there is some evidence to th…

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Android Hacks

CyanogenMod 7 alpha makes its way to the Nexus S

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With the release of the newest Android development phone and the opening of the source code from Google, we all knew that it would be only a matter of time before CyanogenMod 7 would come to the masses. CM7 isnR…

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Android

Android Person of the Year Nominee: MIUI Team

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MIUI Team Developer of a popular custom ROM. Nominated because: Android like we’ve never seen it before. In September 2010, an advanced and heavily customized version of Froyo from a team of Chinese developer…

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Android

Android Market refund window closed to only 15 minutes in new update

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The Android Market previously gave buyers 24 hours to decide whether they wanted to keep an application, but Google will no longer give users so much as 24 minutes. Google’s Eric Chu has announced that us…

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Rumors

Rumor: More geeky hidden secrets in Notion Ink’s new Adam page, binary points to a December 9th release?

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We reported a couple of days ago on the new look of Notion Ink’s Adam launch page and how the developers and designers deemed it necessary to hide some interesting things in code. Today it looks like there m…

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Tablets

Notion Ink’s Adam official site goes live, shows us what an Android tablet should be

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Things just got interesting in the tablet game, that is if the Unicorn-like Adam tablet by Notion Ink ever makes its way to the real world. Today, the Notion Ink Adam official teaser site went live and let me tell y…

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Android Hacks

Not so fast G2; myTouch 4G gains “permanent” root too

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And just as the G2 gained a permanent root earlier today, the T-Mobile myTouch 4G was not far behind it. So, this will of course open the floodgates for modders, ROM cookers, and other hackery to take place on one o…

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Android Games

OpenFeint increases app sales 39%, reveals new wave of Android games

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Joining OpenFeint really adds to visibility based on numbers just forwarded to us by our friends at the social gaming network. Since racing game SpeedX added OpenFeint and was included in the OpenFeint spotli…

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Google

Google giving away 10,000 Google TV’s to web developers and designers

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Google is once again playing Santa Claus by giving away thousands of products running its Android software. This time, Google is giving away 10,000 Google TV devices to developers. The festivities started to…

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Android

Sensory launches SDK for voice-free triggers that power Vlingo

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Enjoying that new Vlingo In Car app? Me too, and we have Sensory to thank for the pleasure. Sensory is the company that powers the new “Hey, Vlingo” feature, and it just released a new SDK for Android…

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