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Android losing developer interest but could beat out Facebook’s mobile plans

Android is a monster of Google’s own creation, dominating smartphones across the globe but stumbling over its own ecosystem in a series of fragmented OS releases, and slow integration with other Google platforms and services. The result is an interesting love-hate relationship developers are manif ... Full Article »

March 20, 2012 9:25am

Google pays antsy Android developers, apologizes for the wait

It takes a special breed to become a mobile developer, and while this community is growing in tandem with Android’s booming ecosystem, there’s plenty of bumps along the way. After mobile app developers in Europe shared their frustration over Google’s late payouts to Android app makers, Google ... Full Article »

March 19, 2012 9:20am

Google at GDC 2012: gaming for browsers, HTML5

Sometimes it seems the mobile world revolves around gaming. This booming industry is bringing in revenue and spurring innovation for software distribution and monetization everywhere. Kicking off in San Francisco this week, the annual Game Developer Conference has become a platform for exploring new ... Full Article »

March 6, 2012 10:24am

Android expectations and predictions for 2012

As we enter the new year, how about some more crazy predictions about what we can expect in the Android world during 2012? Things moved pretty quickly in 2011. We saw the emergence of Android tablets (some good, some bad), and the continued growth of apps and games (both quality and quantity) in the ... Full Article »

January 4, 2012 6:30am

What does the death of Flash mean for Android?

Now that Flash is being discontinued, what does it mean for Android? Many say Steve Jobs’ manifesto against Adobe’s technology was the beginning of the end for Flash, and the iPad seemed to have helped drive a nail into that coffin. As Adobe shifts its focus from Flash to HTML5 and other technol ... Full Article »

November 10, 2011 9:23am

Adobe to switch focus from Flash to HTML5 on mobile devices

Danny Winokur, VP and GM of Interactive Development at Adobe, today announced via a blog posting that the company is no longer going to develop Flash for mobile devices, mobile apps and PC browsing. Adobe will embrace HTML5 further and continue to develop that technology instead. Famously, Steve Jo ... Full Article »

November 9, 2011 2:45pm

Android users spend one hour a day with mostly the top 10 apps

One thing I find most interesting about the current mobile industry is its potential. With all the devices, features, apps and access smartphones and tablets provide, the industry still has quite a ways to go, and we’ll find the mobile ecosystem heading in directions still unimaginable. But for th ... Full Article »

August 18, 2011 9:23am

Google, Adobe embrace HTML5 with new launches

Google’s looking for a more uniform approach to its mobile search application, and HTML5 is showing the most promise in this regard. The update is geared for tablet users, with optimized viewing for portrait and landscape orientations. Google’s new search design is found on iOS and Android 3.1 d ... Full Article »

August 1, 2011 9:32am

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