Google’s Android Marketplace to unleash a wrath on Apple’s iPhone

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A leaked legal document distributed by the digital freedom crusaders EFF, discovered the legal red tape Apple binds its iPhone developers by. Truly draconian in nature the contractual documentation that Apple uses with developers for its systems allows it to reject any application developed even if the application meets the iPhone’s requirements.

Absolutely no reverse engineering for the iPhone’s operating system, nor any reverse engineering for the iPhone software development kit is permitted.

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Google Dev Phone 1 Banned from Android Market Paid Apps

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In one of the stranger twists of irony in recent memory, it seems Google has decided that owners of the Android-powered Google Dev Phone 1 will not be able to purchase paid applications from Android Market. Yes, the exact same applications that they are developing and selling through said market. As you may have heard, […]

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A Live-ish Look at the Google Android Market

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With the App Store for the iPhone, Apple has to approve the application before it becomes live to the public. With the Google Android Market, however, it’s an absolute free-for-all, simultaneously providing both its greatest strength and greatest weakness. As expected, Google showed off the Android Market alongside the new T-Mobile G1 today and we […]

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Google Adsense Goes Mobile, Can Affiliate Marketing Be Far Behind?

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Google Adsense is on the biggest earners on my personal blog, despite me dabbling in other advertising networks and avenues. It seems that everyone who wants to make money blogging will do it, at least initially, with Adsense. And now the popular ad network is going mobile. Yesterday, Google announced the availability of Adsense for […]

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Yahoo Go for Mobile beats Google to market

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Think back, oh about 6 or 7 years ago. Yahoo! was king of the hill when it came to your web surfing needs. They had the email service, quick news headlines, and an industry leading search engine. Then along came a little giant in the making known as Google. While Yahoo may have lost significant […]

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Google comes to Winphone 7 as an app, not an option

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Nearly every browser on the desktop, iPhone, or Blackberry, allows the user to choose their search engine. However, Windows Phone 7 has tied up with Bing as its default search engine, which means that Bing would block any attempt to browse using any other search engine from the start screen.

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Google Nexus Two based on Samsung Galaxy S platform?

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The Google Nexus One, sourced from HTC, has proven to be one of the most popular Android phones on the market. It is the official developer’s phone, after all. So, what can we expect from the hotly anticipated Google Nexus Two? For starters, the search engine giant is moving away from HTC.

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Google Nexus one resurfaces on Canadian Mobilicity

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Canadian budget wireless carrier Mobilicity today announced they will be “carrying” the Android-based Google Nexus One phone. We know Google took the Nexus One off the distribution line for wireless carriers around the world a few weeks ago, and Mobilicity being an unlocked, outright purchase resale provider of mobile phones leads me to believe they’ve just bought a crapload of Nexus Ones from Google and are simply reselling them to their network of customers.

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First Gmail app available from the Android Market

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As any hardcore email user can attest, Gmail is one of the best options out there for mail, and a Gmail app for Android would be hard to live without. Going forward with Android and Gmail individually, the Gmail team today released a new version for the Android Market.

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Froyo could be fussy on tablets, says Google

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Google has recently commented on the use of Android 2.1, Froyo – on tablets – and well, their words are nowhere near surprising. As everyone joins the tablet race, a lot of corners tend to be cut in order to become “second, to first” in a market largely dominated by Apple. The iPad has the most sales to date, and there’s still plenty of space for a successful second place.

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Google Android on Nokia smartphones? Can it be?

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I’ve been saying for quite some time that I’m a big fan of Nokia hardware. I think their cell phones are great, but the operating system can leave a lot to be desired. Well, it turns out that we just be able to address that with Google Android.

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How to buy the Google Nexus One smartphone again

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Were you sad to hear that Google would no longer be selling the Nexus One smartphone? Are you anxious to get your hands on that glorious Android phone once more? As it turns out, you can, and it’s not really that much harder than it was before.

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