Pretend for a moment that you're a handset manufacturer like HTC, Samsung, Motorola, LG or Sony Ericsson. After months of negotiating with local carriers like Telstra, Optus and Vodafone and working with head office in the US or Asia to get stock for Australia, you finally launch your high-end Android smartphone in Australia. Then just a month or so later, Apple unexpectedly releases the iPhone 5.
Google has begun rolling out Android 2.2 in over-the-air updates to owners of its Nexus One smartphone. Android 2.2, also known as "Froyo," has several new features, including a few that target the business market.
Debian 7.6, Eclipse 3.8.
When i program with API8 for my HTC Froyo I have no problem: running the debug session i see the device in the device list and I'm able to debug my app.
Since I started with a API14 for smartphone and tablet, I'm not able to detect that devices.
When I connect them to the PC i only see ?????????
In today's edition of “U.S. wireless carriers are dicks”, we're going to look at the latest in how carriers and the CTIA are protecting valuable revenue streams by blocking features that would curb smartphone theft.
Over 1.6 million U.S. consumers had a smartphone stolen in 2012. One in three thefts within the U.S. involved a mobile gadget.
Google’s Android attack has been most ogle-worthy, with its combined user-base of phones from various manufacturers taking 48% of global smartphone market share in Q2 2011, with Apple surpassing Nokia for the first time and becoming the “leading individual smartphone vendor”.