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Nielsen data shows that 23% of mobile consumers in the United States now have a smartphone. comScore February market share data indicated tht smartphone penetration is now 19% in the U.S., with 45 mil...
I've been running into an odd auto-mount issue with my Droid lately. A couple days ago it started mounting to my iMac anytime I slid the device into my USB-connected multimedia station (yes, I bought ...
Answered by adfm : Jun 10 2010 10:00 AM
There are many ways to share data between Android devices. Depending on the device, you can have upwards of half a dozen radios transmitting or receiving. There's also other I/O to consider such a... full answer >
Answered by zigurd : Jun 30 2010 07:26 PM
Currently you have two choices: Write it in Java, or in C or C++ and use the NDK and JNIs. There are the beginnings of a third choice, called "RenderScript" buried in the source code for Fro... full answer >
Answered by dshaw : Jun 02 2010 01:44 PM
Google released a preview of the Pinyin IME for Android in March 2009. That IME is available at http://android.git.k...s/PinyinIME.git
If you'd like more information regarding Google's Pinyin... full answer >
This weekend, I'll be part of a Ragnar Relay team, running from New Haven to Boston (with a generous margin of error for location on either end). I know I'll be missed while I'm away and that everyone...