Google will launch App Inventor for Android, a free software tool enabling users to create their own Android smartphone applications regardless of previous programming experience.
Google plans to galvanize growth of its Android mobile operating system by partnering with manufacturers to introduce lower-priced devices optimized for emerging markets like India and China – the digital services giant also is mulling new application revenue mechanisms designed…
In an interview with the New York Times, Andy Rubin, VP of Engineering at Google, put to rest all the rumors and confirmed that the upcoming Android 2.2 release known as “Froyo” will include support for Adobe Flash.
Microsoft Corp said on Tuesday it struck a licensing deal with phone handset maker HTC Corp, under which it will get royalty payments on HTC phones running Google Inc’s Android operating system, Reuters says.
Google announced a new mobile interface for its AdWords advertising program, promising iPhone, Android and Palm Pre smartphone users efficient access to their accounts.
Handset vendor Kyocera is positioning its first Android smartphone as a mass-market device intended for first-time smartphone buyers. The company also confirmed Leap Wireless will launch the Android phone, the Zio M6000.
Google announced the introduction of its Orkut social networking service across its Android mobile operating system, promising Orkut for Android users tools to stay in contact with friends wherever they go.
Google announced that its Android Market mobile applications storefront now boasts roughly 30,000 apps – just three months earlier, the store offered 16,000 apps.
Appcelerator, the platform for rapidly developing native mobile, desktop, and iPad applications using web technologies, announced the release of its flagship product, Appcelerator Titanium 1.0, for General Availability (“GA”).
Google announced the launch of the third release of its Android Native Development Kit, enabling developers to target smartphones running Android 1.5 or higher.