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What's Wrong With the Most Important Android App?

What's Wrong With the Most Important Android App?
By Zigurd Mednieks
August 22, 2011

YouTube, GMail and Maps have brilliant tablet-specific implementations that are building the foundation of a similar success for Android tablets. But there is a key application that has fallen short of adding to application-based success for Android: Google+.

Top Stories: August 15-19, 2011

Top Stories: August 15-19, 2011
By Mac Slocum
August 19, 2011

This week on O'Reilly: We learned how smart companies apply the "meat-to-math ratio," Chicago's commitment to open data and open government was explored, and we looked at how data science is shaping social science.

Honeycomb and the Android tablet tipping point

Honeycomb and the Android tablet tipping point
By Howard Wen
August 15, 2011

"Programming Honeycomb" author Marko Gargenta discusses the state of Android 3.x, the technical hurdles of Honeycomb, and why the slow adoption pattern of Android tablets may soon change.

The More You Tighten Your Grip...

By Zigurd Mednieks
April 7, 2011

Google's unwillingness to release Honeycomb source code has dismayed many. But, looking beyond what is probably a temporary disenchantment with the way Android is opened up through AOSP, we wonder: Is it still to Google's advantage to be so conservative about revealing Android source code and how tightly relationships with manufacturers are controlled?

What's New In Honeycomb

By Zigurd Mednieks
January 27, 2011

Google just released a preview of the Honeycomb SDK. It includes an emulator that will run the Honeycomb operating system, so you can get a taste of what it will be like to use Honeycomb, and it includes SDK support for Honeycomb, so developers can get started writing Honeycomb application


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