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Wind River Ships Testing Framework for Android

Wind River announced the availability of an automated software testing solution for Android-based devices. ...

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Google Demos Codeless Android Development Tool for Students

Google has announced a new browser-based visual development tool called App Inventor that allows users to create Android applications without having to write any code. It appears to be aimed primarily at students...

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Fujitsu the Latest to Jump On Android Smartphone Bandwagon

Fujitsu, former iPad trademark owner and soft-spoken tech manufacturer, is jumping into the Android smartphone game. It will be the company's first smartphone since it stopped selling the multifaceted devices back in 2007. More » Fujitsu - Android - Smartphone - Handhelds - Toshiba...

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GUI Development Platform Supports Embedded Linux Targets

Blue Water Embedded announced a royalty-free graphical user interface (GUI) development framework for embedded devices, including those running Linux. The Prism Runtime Framework is a cross-platform GUI toolkit that incorporates Prism Micro, a GUI toolkit for constrained color-depth targets, and Prism Insight, a Linux-compatible desktop GUI design and resource editing...

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10 Free Android Apps for Staying in the Know

Owning a smartphone means never having to say 'I don't know.' These free applications for Android phones will keep you knowledgeable wherever you go.

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