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Amazon Sends Out Details On Android App Store To DevelopersAndroid is the mobile operating system from Google. The software was originally built by a company called Android Inc, that was purchased by Google in 2005. From its modest debuts, Android has become a powerhouse that powers not only smartphones and tablet, but a host of other less high-profile devices and gadgets. Although Android is not a community-driven project, Google does release the source code as open-source under the Apache license.

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Amazon Sends Out Details On Android App Store To Developers

10/08/2010, Earlier reports from the WSJ already hinted that Amazon would be releasing its own Android app store and now documentation to prove such a store will be arriving has surfaced, confirming that the online retailing giant will be coming up with an app store...

WSJ Confirms Amazon’s Intention For An Android App Store?

10/07/2010, It was previously rumored that Amazon was gearing up to launch its own Android app store and now The Wall Street Journal claims to have proof of such intentions, including an Amazon document explaining the terms to developers. It jives with the earlier...

Firefox 4 Beta For Android And Maemo Is Now Available

10/07/2010, Maemo and Android users should take note that the Firefox 4 Beta for Android and Maemo is now available for download, giving you a chance to check out the upcoming features from the popular browser. If you’re a developer, Firefox 4 Beta for Android...

Skype For Android Hacked To Offer 3G Calling

10/07/2010, With the official Skype application for Android released, it didn’t take long for the hacking community to come up with an .apk file of their own that’s more popular, something that’s available to Android-users. Thanks to the wonders of...

Samsung Transform Hands-On

10/06/2010, Sprint and Samsung have announced the Samsung Transform, an mid-range Android device that has all the basic functions of a modern smartphone, except for the high-resolution display (480×320 here) and possibly a fast processor (we’ll need to...

Cricket to deliver cheap Android smartphone

10/06/2010, Cricket, a wireless provider in the US, has just announced that they will be rolling out the Huawei Ascend Android-powered handset which certainly won’t break the bank. Touted to be the first low-cost Android smartphone Stateside, it will feature a...

Motorola Citrus Touchscreen Android Phone Unveiled

10/05/2010, If you found the Motorola Droid X’s 4.3-inch display too large for your tastes, the Motorola Citrus might be more up your street, featuring a 3-inch QVGA capacitive touchscreen display. This Android-powered phone offers you multi-tasking...

Yahoo Finance App For Android Arrives

10/05/2010, Android users who can’t tear themselves away from financial information will be glad to hear that Yahoo has launched its new Yahoo Finance app for Android, making it easier to access the information on Yahoo’s finance site. At launch the app...

Google Goggles Available For The iPhone Via The Google Mobile App

10/05/2010, Android users have been able to enjoy the Google Goggles app that allows them to search by taking pictures for a while now. If you iPhone users have been feeling left out, the good news is that Google has announced that Goggles has arrived for the iPhone...

AT&T Announces Android Motorola Flipside

10/05/2010, We’ve heard of the Flipside name before from an AT&T leak, and now the carrier has gone on to announce the Motorola Flipside, which is an Android smartphone. Rather than the form factor employed by the Backflip with its backflipping keyboard,...

AT&T Announces Motorola Bravo

10/05/2010, In addition to announcing the Flipout today, AT&T will also be getting a higher-end Motorola Android smartphone in its lineup. The Motorola Bravo will feature a 3.7-inch FWVGA touchscreen display, putting it in the same class as Motorola’s...

Motorola Flipout Finally Gets Announced on AT&T

10/05/2010, After some initial drama and delays, the Motorola Flipout Android handset is finally making a debut on AT&T in the U.S. Though the handset is still not available yet, users can sign up to get notified when it will be offered at att.com/flipout....

Android most popular mobile OS in the past half year

10/05/2010, Nielsen’s recent survey showed that the Android platform managed to garner the largest number of most sales for those who picked up a smartphone over the past half year. While BlackBerry is still tops where overall market share is concerned, the gap...