Today’s Android Surprise from Google? Ninja Unboxing 3!!

ninjaEach of Google’s Nexus phones has had their very own Ninja Unboxing video – and this one doesn’t disappoint. This time they created an 8-bit video game for your gaming pleasure.

Skype 2.6 for Android brings photo and video sharing

skypeMicrosoft, since purchasing Skype, has launched several updates for their Android application, and today another one is being released. This update brings the video calling ability to different Android devices. Skype 2.6 for Android allow users to send photos and videos to their friends and family members from their Android device for free.

[Video] WordPress 2.0 Available For Android

qrWord Press 2.0 for Android is now available in the Android Market with a brand new User Interface. Some of the new UI features are a new dashboard and quick action bar giving users 1-click access to most Word Press functions.

British Telecom Jumps On The Bandwagon, Sues Google Over Six Patents Allegedly Infringed By Android, Other Services

thumb1British Telecommunications plc (aka British Telecom, or BT) has joined the long list of litigants looking to catch Google on alleged patent infringement, filing a lawsuit with the US District Court for the District of Delaware claiming that Google infringed six of its patents with Android and other services.

The Android Team Launches Online Android Training - Free Classes With Lessons And Sample Code For All

tutorialIn order to make it easier for Android developers to get started with creating robust applications, the Android team today formalized and unified various coding tutorials into one clearly defined area of the Android dev site: Android Training. The tutorials, or classes, are very well put together, with splits into logical steps to make them flow well, along with sample code you can utilize to "do your homework." There is no fee for taking any of them - think of Android Training as a collection of well organized and curated tutorials.

2009 PCMag Article Asks "Has Android Already Failed?"

androidFirst off, this is all in good fun. Any intelligent person could draw the conclusions this author did based on what was happening at the time, and with the limited information available about Google's plans for Android. We're posting this because it's funny to look back on it with some hindsight.

Flurry: Developers still supporting iOS three times more than Android

Flurry blames Google Checkout/Wallet as a chief reason for why developers are not making iOS-like money.


Which country is the most crazy about Android?

picLast week Google announced that 10 billion apps per month are being downloaded from the Android Market, and subsequently started their 10 Days of Apps promotion. But in that official announcement was a nice infographic about which countries are crazy about Android apps. Here they are:

Google introduces faster movie search for Android devices


Design the next smartphone name with Android Phone Name Generator


Considering all of the outlandish and silly names that sometimes accompany Android smartphones, they generally tend to come with similar structures. Start with a manufacturer, toss in the name and adjective, and finish it off with a suffix. Example: MOTOROLA DROID _____

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