Google Draws Criticism for Android Changes
Google draws criticism from developers who say its Android source code has strayed from the Linux system, making it harder to develop applications for popular smartphones.
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Fitocracy, the fitness gamification network with over 1 million users andmore user engagement than Twitter, is today launching a group fitness pilot in a big move towards monetization.
A big part of Fitocracy’s core offering is a community-driven encouragement platform.
I have launched a nano suction NFC sticker project on kickstarter, "nfcTack and nfcPad". I would appreciate any criticism or advice on the project.
I've joined XDA forum to learn about rooting originally, and have been lurking for a while. Since reading more about NFC issues here I have decided to ask your readership for any expert criticism and suggestions.
Google on Tuesday announced a new feature that will let users of its Chrome browser sync bookmarks on multiple computers. Announced only a few weeks after its developers began working on the project, the sync capability is yet another round fired in a browser war that appears to be drawing in even more players.
I'm looking for a few people to test this out on different devices (phones & tablets, nexus & non-nexus) and let me know if anything acts funny or doesn't look right. I'm new to app development, and this is my first (mostly) original app. I'd love feedback on the UI and layout/style, bug reports, or any general feedback/criticism.
As a leading Android device manufacturer, the pressure is on Samsung to do some leading by example and help the open source community that has done so much to promote the adoption of Android. Being a large corporation though means some issues may occasionally get overlooked despite their importance to the developer community.