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By Christopher Price on September 17, 2012
We explain the war of words between Google’s Andy Rubin and Alibaba’s Aliyun OS team… and, in the process, dive deep into the world of Android compatibility. It’s a coming storm, headed this way, that you should know about.
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By Elijah Nicolas on March 20, 2008
With the race to release the first Android enabled device, High Tech Computer (HTC) announced that one of the mobile phones they are currently designing to run Google’s mobile operating system will be called the “Dream.” It’s basic features will include a large touchscreen, a full QWERTY keypad that will either swivel out or slide […]
By Christopher Price on November 12, 2007
As expected, Google has launched the preview SDK for the Android platform. From left: Examples of the user interface and WebKit-based browser. The homepage also includes videos of tutorials and demos of devices running Android applications, such as a WebKit based browser on a 3G connection, Google Maps with contact integration, instant messaging, a version […]