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Plume and Beautiful Widgets developer talks Google+, new features, new game, and finding success in Android

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Every Android developer would love to release an app popular enough to become one of the best Android apps. LevelUp Studios has done that twice with Plume, one of the best Android Twitter apps, and Beautiful Wid…

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Productivity

Rypple blends social feedback and workplace productivity in Android app, plans to integrate Salesforce in the future

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The annual performance review, which can determine if an employee gets a raise or merely gets to keep his or her job, isn’t the most optimal way to monitor performance. Why wait an entire year for bad habit…

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Android

NVIDIA Tegra 3 detailed as quad-core chip with better graphics, battery life, and performance

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Say hello to NVIDIA Tegra 3, the quad-core processor previously codenamed Kal-El. Following up the Tegra 2 processor that powered practically every Android Honeycomb tablet announced in 2011, Tegra 3 is a ma…

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Commmunication

TweetCaster dev talks Google+, social apps, and plans for Android development [Interviews]

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The name OneLouder may not be immediately familiar to most Android users, but it should be. That’s name of the company that has carved out a niche as a builder of apps at “the intersection of social and mobi…

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Big Android BBQ 2011 Interviews: What’s your phone? [Video]

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The 2nd Annual Big Android BBQ has wrapped, and the great times had should surprise no one. Android enthusiasts, developers, and bloggers convened in Austin, Texas to talk Android, see demos, eat barbecue, an…

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Android Apps

Sinister Planet developer talks about Amazon app store and Android game development

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In what I hope will be the first of many Android developer interviews, I nabbed Kevin Baker, the developer of Sinister Planet, on Google+ for a discussion on his experiences with Android. Kevin Baker is a 42-yea…

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Mozilla: Firefox for Android is faster, lighter, more dynamic [Interviews]

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The road from Fennec to Firefox Android has been an adventurous one. Mozilla released an alpha of its Firefox mobile browser several months before it felt confident enough to test the waters of the Android Mark…

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Commmunication

LiveProfile aims to be fastest messaging app for Android, BlackBerry, and iOS [Interviews]

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The “BBM for Android” market is a crowded space. PingChat was among the first to replicate RIM’s popular app, Kik rose and fell in a tech blink, and Beluga achieved massive support for its po…

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Android News

NVIDIA shows the future of processors is super, plans to keep beating rivals [Video]

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Qualcomm plans to have its quad-core Krait available early 2012, and Texas Instruments hopes to have its quad-core OMAP 5 running in Christmas 2012. So how exactly is NVIDIA managing to get it’s four-co…

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Android Devices

Barnes & Noble opens Nook Developer program: we’re not building app store, just enhancing book store

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Nook Color is more of an Android ereader with “extras” than it is an Android tablet. Barnes & Noble makes it clear that this is a reading device first and foremost. Naturally, they want apps that will enhance…

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Motorola promises to bring multitouch to most of their phones

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Motorola promises to bring multitouch to most of their phones

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Much has been made about multitouch on Android phones, and anyone clamoring for the feature will be happy to know that Motorola plans to implement it in most future devices. Motorola CEO Sanjay Jha has told Lapt…

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Geodelic releases app to more users, aims to be YouTube of geo-content

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Geodelic releases app to more users, aims to be YouTube of geo-content

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Geodelic, makers of the popular Android app Sherpa, have announced that a similar version of their flagship app is now available as “Geodelic” to Android phones. Previously an exclusive to the T…

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Sherpa developer talks Android, privacy concerns, and mobile future

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Sherpa developer talks Android, privacy concerns, and mobile future

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Few apps have hit the Android Market with as much buzz as Sherpa. The location-awareness, point-of-interest finding, user behavior learning app has become one of the most talked-about Android offerings sin…

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