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Taking the App to Market, Part 2

In our last article we examined the steps required to prepare an Android application for publication to the Android Market, or for that matter, any number of other venues for distributing Android applications.

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Mobile Devs Get Help With License Compliance

OpenLogic's new OLEX App Store edition is designed to help mobile developers stay compliant with open source licensing requirements.

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Apple faces far-reaching foe in Android

Time will tell if a Gartner forecast of explosive Android market growth is true. But a simple example in the present makes an equally compelling argument for Android's potential.

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Google Says "Froyo is Not Optimized for Use on Tablets" [Android]

With Google focusing Chrome OS on netbooks rather than tablets, their comments about Froyo not being suitable for tablets is a little puzzling. What would you suggest people use, Google? Donut, like ViewSonic's ViewPad 100?

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Android Notifier sends notifications to your desktop

If you've ever used Android for any period of time, you know that the notification system can be both a blessing and a curse -- it's one of the most powerful, useful, and flexible approaches out there, but if you don't keep up, your menu bar can stack up into a mess of cryptic numbered icons.

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