11/02/2010, Folks digging through the source code of Google Docs have found some hints that Google intends to improve the service by adding support for third-party applications, cloud printing and “sync devices”. We already know that Cloud Print allows users to print documents over the Internet instead of having to rely on the normal method of connecting through a printer, but there hasn’t been any serious implementation of that feature anywhere […]
09/17/2010, Samsung could very well have taken the right route by releasing the source code for the Fascinate handset, since this move might actually interest the budding home developer market as they would probably weed out all the bugs as well as quirks in its firmware on behalf of Samsung – and for free, to boot. Basically, Samsung could very well hope to achieve a similar feat as HTC, considering the […]
09/10/2010, Dell has just released the Streak’s source code to the masses as promised, as well as the Dell Aero just in case you are interested. Here’s what the tweet had to say about this. Like I said in my update to this Dell Streak blog post, we are committed to fulfilling all of our obligations when using open source code in our products. We are providing the source code to […]
06/23/2010, If you’re an Android developer, you’ll be happy to hear that Andy Rubin, VP of engineering at Google and one of the main guys behind Android, has confirmed that the Android 2.2 (FroYo) source will be available from today. So if you’re a third-party developer who is looking to churn out the next breakthrough game/software for Android, why not check out what the whole deal is about?