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Sunday 02nd of March 2008 / talkandroid.com
Well Google Android news is pretty slow round these parts so i decided to keep myself busy by combining my love for classic sci-fi with the upcoming mobile platform Android, well sort of…Below is a compilation of my personal top 5 favourite Android appearances in some very early classic sci-fi tv shows and movies.For all you Android purists please feel free to berate me in the comments over the technicalities between Androids, robots, cyborgs, simians, replicants and the like. Alternatively you could just suggest your own favourites.So without further adieu here’s the top 5 greatest Android parts in sci-fi. » Read the rest
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Wednesday 20th of February 2013 / talkandroid.com
We’ve heard rumors here and there about Google bringing a touch-enabled Chromebook to the market, but so far nothing has really materialized. Now the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is definitely preparing some touch devices slated for release later this year. There’s no word on exact release dates, or what manufacturer Google will be partnering with to make these devices, but after the recent marketing push for Chromebooks in the Play Store, as well as Google’s efforts on polishing up Chrome OS, I wouldn’t expect these plans to fall through.This does put Google in an odd position, however. On one hand, these Chromebooks could potentially eat up some Android device sales. On the other hand, after Android’s wild success, the next market for Google to attack would be the desktop computer market, which is almost exclusively dominated by Microsoft’s Windows. Personally, I think the Chromebooks, if offered at a decent price like Google’s Nexus devices, would make a great addition to Android powered smartphones and tablets. And after
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Sunday 07th of February 2010 / talkandroid.com
The Google Android platform allows the user a simple and efficient means to create applications for the mobile device. Much of the information concerning Android architecture, libraries, and source codes can be found on the Google Android web page: http://code.google.com/intl/en/android/To develop Android applications, the user can employ Netbeans or Eclipse for assistance. Each Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is free and easy to maneuver. However, Eclipse is an older application that Netbeans.NetbeansNetbeans is deemed more desirable for building web applications. To begin building a web application in Netbeans, it requires one step. This step involves downloading the Netbeans IDE 5.0 application. Its competitor’s process involves 6 steps in comparison.Netbeans contains a JSP debugger and remote debugger, a Java Enterprise Edition verifier, a choice of JSP, JSF or Struts frameworks, a deployment description editor, a HTTP monitor, multiple database connections, XML editor and validation, debug and monitor SQL commands, and no manual creation or modification of deployment
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Tuesday 05th of January 2010 / talkandroid.com
Ahead of the announcement later today from Google, the Nexus One‘s product page was briefly live this morning.The page featured an Android 2.0 demo video and links to order tracking and activation for the Nexus One handset.The page was quickly removed but is believed to go live again later today at the time of the official Google announcement.The Google Android event is scheduled to begin at 10 AM PST.[via google.com + techcrunch.com]
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Saturday 19th of March 2011 / talkandroid.com
According to wired.com Amazon is about to launch their own app store for the Android platform this Tuesday, March 22. Android users will now have an additional market to shop for apps. According to wired, the plan for Amazon is to be more in control of the market like Apple’s Itunes. Amazon will decide what content goes in their market and they plan on charging less for the apps then the Google Android market. Will any of this create confusion?The critics of Android have been saying that the problem with Android is fragmentation with multiple manufacturers and multiple OS versions. For some reason the consumer never listened because over 60 million Android phones were sold last year. Now those same critics are trying to say that the Amazon app store will create confusion. Google’s Android platform was created to give choice to consumers not put them in jail. » Read the rest
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Tuesday 09th of April 2013 / talkandroid.com
Well that didn’t take long did it? Google officially announced the redesigned Google Play Store earlier, and the APK is already available to download for manual updating. All phones and tablets with Android 2.2 or higher will get the new update over-the-air, but unfortunately it will take roughly 3 weeks to hit every device. If you’re like me, you’re impatient and don’t feel like waiting around, so all you have to do is grab the APK from the download link below and install it just like any other APK. In case you’re not familiar, just make sure you have “unknown sources” checked under settings/security. Then from your phone/tablet, tap on the download link below, then tap Download (5.9MB) and it will save it to your phone/tablet. Tap on “com.android-vending-4.0.25.apk” in your notification panel, answer OK to replace system application, and tap Install. After it’s installed, just tap open to start enjoying the new card-themed Play Store. Enjoy!!Download LinkThanks to all that sent this in
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Thursday 30th of September 2010 / talkandroid.com
In a new blog post over at the Google Mobile Blog, Google has announced a change to their website. Google has turned the URL that used to be the landing page for the Nexus One (back in it’s hayday) into the “Google Phone Gallery”. The new page serves as a tool to help people find a new Android phones. According to the blog post:All the phones in the gallery include Android Market, Google Search, and other Google Mobile services such as Gmail, Maps, and YouTube. There are tools that make it easy to compare phones side by side: you can filter phones by country, manufacturer, and carrier; view and compare technical specifications and features; and find where each phone is available for sale.So be sure to check it out at www.google.com/phone, and let us know what you think in the comments below.[via Google Mobile Blog]
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Monday 10th of October 2011 / talkandroid.com
Do you have an interest in Android phones, tablets, apps, accessories and every & anything else Android related? Do you find yourself spending hours a day reading news sites and blogs? Would you like to write for TalkAndroid? Now is your chance! We are looking for responsible, talented and driven people to join our incredible team.Now we’re not just looking for anybody with a keyboard, there are a few requirements:Must be able to contribute to the news on a regular basis. This means 3 or more posts per day.Be proficient in the English language. Non-US people are welcome to apply, as long as you have a firm grasp of the language.Must have the ability to summarize articles from other sources in your own words.Must have the ability to take some criticism. Your writing won’t appeal to everyone, that’s a fact. It shouldn’t bother you if somebody leaves a negative comment. Our editorial team is always there to support our authors!Finally, it will definitely help if you have an Android device and a passion for anything Android-related wouldn’t hurt eitherTo
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Friday 04th of April 2008 / talkandroid.com
Google’s Official Android developer blog is celebrating the five month anniversary of the announcement of Android. Android was announced back on November 5th 2007, and since that date has received great acceptance amoungst the open source developer community.Here’s some of Google Android’s highlights from the past 5 months:The Android Software Development Kit (SDK) was released to developersValuable developer feedback helped to squash numerous bugs and generate many fixes, new tools and improvements for the Android platform.The Android Developer Challenge was announced, offering would-be developers the chance to snag $10 million in award prizes for the best Android application – the events first phase is fast approaching it’s deadline!More recently in February the first working demonstartions of the Android platform were shocased by several mobile companies.Here at TalkAndroid we can’t wait to see what the next 5 months of Android’s life has in store.[via Google Android Blog]
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Wednesday 26th of January 2011 / talkandroid.com
If you spend much time at restaurants or bars, particularly sports bars, you’ve probably seen the Buzztime trivia games playing on TVs around the room. If you ask, your waitress will bring you out a little “Playmaker” device that interfaces with the Buzztime servers so you can enter your name, login, and play along with other people — in the restaurant with you, or even people at other Buzztime locations in other states. You can engage in trivia games, puzzles, and even card games right from your seat in the restaurant. And now, you don’t even need the Playmaker device, because you can have a mobile app on your Android phone that accomplishes exactly the same purpose.The Mobile Playmaker app brings several advantages over the traditional Playmaker device. For starters, you’ve probably already got your phone with you — no more waiting on the waitress to bring you one. And while I’ve never encountered the problem myself, hypothetically, the restaurant you’re out could have already passed out all their Playmaker devices. But one of t
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