Posts Tagged ‘Android’

[iOS] John Cage Piano App Released

For celebrating John Cage’s 100th birthday, the John Cage Trust just released an iOS and Android version of the CagePiano. The John Cage Official Website says: One of the many ingenious innovations of American composer/writer/artist John Cage was his creation of the “prepared piano”, in which he placed objects beneath and between the strings of […]

[Pre] Palm Testing Final Version Of Adobe Flash 10.1

Adobe.com today announced, that Adobe Flash 10.1 for mobile devices has been released to mobile platform partners: Flash Player 10.1 was also released to mobile platform partners to be supported on devices based on Android, BlackBerry, webOS, future versions of Windows® Phone, LiMo, MeeGo and Symbian OS, and is expected to be made available via […]

[iPhone] Google Android Running On iPhone

Notorious Planetbeing – member of the famous iPhone Dev Team – just released a vid showing he managed to install Google’s Android operating system on an iPhone 2G. In the video below Android is demonstrated on an iPhone 2G; however, it should be pretty simple to port forward to the iPhone 3G. The 3GS will […]

[Slate] Leaked Photos of Dell’s Slate Called “Streak”

Engadget got their hands on internal documents and photos by Dell describing their upcoming slate product line. They’re gonna be Android based with 7″ and 10″ display sizes. Dell’s slate line leaked on Engadget…

[iPhone] The Thing With Adobe Flash

Yesterday we’ve shown you a screenshot of the Adobe Flash download page, when you’re browsing it from a Palm Pre. Now we made this test with an iPhone. Sadly the result is what we’ve expected. Adobe and Apple are obviously in ugly negotiations. Visiting the http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ from an iPhone you can see this: Flash Player […]

[Android] First Google Android Cellphone: HTC G1 (update)

Today T-Mobile US, HTC and Google presented the first cellphone running with the Android operating system by Google. The HTC manufactured device will be called “G1 with Google” and will be available from october 22nd, 2008 for 180US$. The phone will be net-locked to the T-Mobile US network. T-Mobile’s tariff T-Mobile’s plan includes a data […]

[e-Biz] Google’s Android Market feels like Apple’s AppStore

It looks like Google learned from Apple in the question how to distribute content and useful applications to the customer. Google will introduce a marketplace, that is quite similiar to what Apple already introduces as AppStore. As Google puts it: “We chose the term “market” rather than “store” because we feel that developers should have […]

[e-Biz] Nokia strikes back

Nokia – the market leader in cell phone industry – is about to challenge Google. Wait a sec? Google? Yes, Google. The keyword is “mobile internet”. It is expected that in the near future more people will go online using their mobile devices than using a computer at home. Google therefore heavily pushes their cell […]