This morning Amazon announced a complete refresh of its Kindle line. Every single model costs far less than the Apple iPad. And one of them runs Android.
Who said computers have to be all work and no play? Software developer and author Ed Burnette shares his unique view of industry trends, technologies, and personalities.
Ed Burnette is a software industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience as a programmer, author, and speaker. He has written numerous technical articles and books, most recently "Hello, Android: Introducing Google's Mobile Development Platform" from the Pragmatic Programmers.
The top money making games for Android and iOS are free. What? Here's a hint: it's not ads.
Google is spending $12.5 billion in cash to acquire Motorola Mobility (MMI). Why do they see Motorola as being so valuable? Here are the top three reasons.
Eclipse Indigo caps a remarkable 8-year streak of on-time releases. Both the mature Eclipse 3.7 platform and experimental 4.1 platform and tools are available now.
The Kinect SDK for Windows 7 lets you plug a standard XBox Kinect sensor unit into your PC and use it to develop unique motion-driven games and applications.
iOS5 was announced today. In this article we run down the top 10 features of iOS5 and see how original and innovative they are compared to Apple's main competition: Android.
Google pulls the rug out from under web service API developers, nixes Google Translate and 17 others
Saying they can no longer afford to maintain the service, Google will shut down its hugely popular Google Translate API. This API made a whole generation of creative mashups and mobile applications possible.
What's in your old leather wallet? Nothing, if Google and its partners have their way. With a wave of your NFC-enabled Android phone you can pay in a flash, and lose that deck of loyalty cards too.
Another day, another security scare. Should you be worried about this one? Find out out the truth here.
The Market is improving but don't expect an increase in the refund window beyond 15 minutes any time soon. Google claims developers and users like the status quo. We put that to the test in two polls.