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Sep

Podcast: History of Android (v1.5 Cupcake)


What are your earliest memories of Android? Were you paying attention to the platform all the way back in 2007 and 2008? We certainly were. For this season of the AndroidGuys podcast we’re taking a trip through time, looking at each version of the Android platform.If you subscribe to the podcast through your favorite outlet, you’ve already heard a few of these. Each episode is dedicated to a specific release as well as key devices of the time. We often take for granted all of the great things that our devices do for us. There was a time when our smartphones could not do “basic” things by today’s definition. The series of podcasts aims to educate listeners about the features added into Android along the way.About This Episode History of Android Releases – Android 1.5 CupcakeWhere were you in early 2009? We were face down in Android news and rumors, piecing together details for the next release in the platform. Scott Webster and Luke Gaul head down memory lane to the beginning days of Android and its first big software update. The two discuss not only where mobile software was at the time, but also where hardware was, too. Remember the Samsung Galaxy and HTC Hero? We certainly do.Topics DiscussedAndroid 1.5 CupcakeHTC HeroSamsung GalaxyHistorical context for phones of the timeNotable apps and features of the daySubscribe to the AndroidGuys PodcastBe sure to subscribe to the AndroidGuys podcast through your favorite platform or add the AndroidGuys Podcast RSS feed to enjoy!Google PodcastsiTunesSpotifyAmazon MusicTuneIn
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2
Sep

Apple makes another concession to developers, let’s some link outside its app


Apple has satisfied a Japanese Fair Trade commission investigation by giving developers more leeway in linking outside the App Store.
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