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Tutorial: Automating your Android Phone with SL4A

Back in Part 1 we learned how flexible and script-able Android is, and installed the SL4A scripting layer. Today Paul Ferrill teaches more about how to write custom Android scripts.

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WebOS 2.0 Pushed to Developers

The latest version of Palm's mobile OS comes with a host of application development features.

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Motorola Defy: Android 2.1 goes rugged with water, dust and scratch resistance

Remeber the Motorola i1? Moto has just added its second rugged(ish) Android handset in the 3.7-inch Defy. It's dust-, scratch-, impact-, and water-resistant. It matches up to the IP67 durability spec and is expected in Europe in Q4 2010.Motorola Defy: Android 2.1 goes rugged with water, dust and scratch resistance...

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Hands On With Stream TV's Surprising, Open Source-Friendly Tablet

If anyone unseats the iPad, the victor might be the one that doesn't try to beat Apple at its own game. We checked out Stream TV's eLocity Android tablet firsthand, and this plucky contender may put up a serious fight.

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Mozilla releases Fennec 2.0 Alpha 1 for Android & Nokia N900

Mozilla has released the first alpha for version 2.0 of Firefox for Mobile, also known as " Fennec", for the Nokia N900 and various Android 2.0 or later devices...

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