Just as iPhone owners have access to the Apple App Store, owners of a Google Android-powered device (like the HTC Dream G1) will have access to something that the developers call Android Market. This was officially announced on the Android Dev Blog today, opening up the arena for all the amateur application developers out there […]
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As promised, or most likely closer to, as rumored. Dating back to last summer it seemed that Sony Ericsson had decided to invest its interest more deeply in the area of Windows Phone 7. When rumors first arose, the Swedish collaborative venture only passively mentioned that it was looking into the new Microsoft mobile OS as a possible platform for its devices. However, as shipments and demand began to decline, Sony Ericsson must have started to explore new opportunities in an attempt to draw interest to its products in a saturated smartphone market.
A team named Dingleberry (immature name, I know) made up of three mysterious guys nicknamed as xpvqs, neuralic, and cmwdotme have succeeded to gain access and reverting some Blackberry OS system permissions.