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Want to Learn How to Program for Android? Start Here | xda-developers

Want to Learn How to Program for Android? Start Here | xda-developers | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
Everyone has experienced the desire to program at one point or another. However, there are generally four limiting factors: Time Constraints, Study Material, Mental Blocks, and Attention Span. So clear your schedule, clear your mind, and self-medicate your ADD with a nice cup of your favorite coffee because here’s the material you need to learn how to program.
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Want to Learn How to Program for Android? Start Here | xda-developers

Want to Learn How to Program for Android? Start Here | xda-developers | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
Everyone has experienced the desire to program at one point or another. However, there are generally four limiting factors: Time Constraints, Study Material, Mental Blocks, and Attention Span. So clear your schedule, clear your mind, and self-medicate your ADD with a nice cup of your favorite coffee because here’s the material you need to learn how to program.
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Microsoft's Smart Decision for the Windows Phone Marketplace

Microsoft's Smart Decision for the Windows Phone Marketplace | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
From a theoretical perspective, there is really not all that much of a difference between Windows Phone and Android. Both operating systems were created by well-established technology giants.
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What Google's Acquisition of Motorola Means for Android

What Google's Acquisition of Motorola Means for Android | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
Google now owns Motorola. Chinese regulators followed the U.S. and Europe in clearing the deal earlier this week, removing the last barrier.
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Google Motorola Acquisition Finally Final, CEO Sanjay Jha Is Out Of A Job

Google Motorola Acquisition Finally Final, CEO Sanjay Jha Is Out Of A Job | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
After quite some time, Google's acquisition of Motorola was finally final after this morning.  The search giant finally closed on the deal after China gave their final approval a couple of days ago.
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Tablets Want To Kill Your Laptop

Tablets Want To Kill Your Laptop | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
Laptops are doomed. In the next five years, tablets will displace notebook-style computers to become the dominant personal computing platform. And the transition from laptop to tablet has already begun.
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Groklaw - Judge Alsup Rules: Oracle's Java APIs are Not Copyrightable (Order as text)

Groklaw - Judge Alsup Rules: Oracle's Java APIs are Not Copyrightable (Order as text) | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
Oracles vs Google
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Via announces $49 PC with Android OS

Via announces $49 PC with Android OS | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
The price bar for PCs keeps dropping, with chip maker Via on Tuesday announcing a $49 APC computer with a customized version of Google's Android operating system.
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Android Design

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Welcome to Android Design, your place for learning how to design exceptional Android apps.

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[Infographic] Taking HTML5 to the Next Level for Mobile

[Infographic] Taking HTML5 to the Next Level for Mobile | Android & Android Development | Scoop.it
By 2013, there will be more than 1 billion HTML5-capable browsers in use throughout the world. Applications for those HTML5 browsers will be created by 2 million HTML Web developers, according to research from IDC.
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