The start-to-finish guide to Android development–from concept to market! Android Wireless Application Development combines all the reliable information, sample code, and best practices you need to build, distribute, and market successful Android mobile applications. Drawing on their extensive experience with mobile and wireless development, Shane Conder and Lauren Darcey cover everything you need to execute a successful Android project: from concept and design through cod (more…)
Archos, award-winning for its constant technology innovation, now introduces its new Archos 5 Internet Tablet. This product combines all the multimedia know-how that Archos is famous for, with the Android operating system. It offers you an uncompromised Internet, Media and TV experience in a customizable interface. In perpetual evolution with the continuous arrival of new applications, you can personalize your Archos 5 Internet Tablet to perfectly reflect your tastes (more…)
This iPhone 4.0 Theme is a Hi definition theme for high resolution devices and does not open by itself. It works with the following home replacement apps:
aHome (no droid support)
Must have a Hi-Res phone like droid or nexus one for Hi-def, however, it will work on other devices in low res.
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One of my apps got suspended today! I wish google would have given the devs a chance to voice their opinion before going and deleting everything that has NBA in the title. Here is a letter I received from them and a copy of the complaint sent by someone at the NBA:
This is a notification that the application, Houston Rockets Pro Theme NBA with package ID mobi.bbase.ahome.theme.rockets has been removed from Android Market due to a violation of the Developer Content Policy. Please review the Content Policies and Business and Program Policies before you create or upload additional applications. Note that repeated violations may result in a suspension of your Android Market Publisher account.
For more information, or to contact us, please reply to this email, or visit the Android Market Help Center.
The Android Market Team
and another email:
Google has been notified that some of your materials allegedly infringe
upon the trademarks of others. The details of the removed application may
be found at the end of this message. Please note that we have attached a
copy of the original notice we received for your reference.
If you have any further concerns about this issue, please address them
directly to the complainant in the Trademark Infringement Notice provided.
The affected application is listed below:
Houston Rockets Pro Theme NBA by HydTech
The Android Market Team
Here is a copy of the complaint sent by some Sacha Tarrant of the NBA:
After upgrading to Lucid, I noticed I was having problems with nxserver. I couldn’t lock my screen from work anymore. I tried everything under the sun but I still kept getting the “Error: couldn’t find RGB GLX visual or fbconfig” message with glxinfo in my forwarded screen. glxinfo works fine when at the computer itself. I read that X11 forwarding has had some problems with this recently. I uninstalled nxserver and reinstalled the latest version. no luck. It made it worse and now I couldn’t even get CAPS lock to work on the remote screen. Then I found neatx. Neatx is google’s version of nxserver and which is based on nxserver. My first thoughts on neatx were that is looks the same as nxserver but a little slower. My keyboard and mouse, however, function properly but still no lock screen or screen saver. My next option: Try KDE. I installed KDE but still got the glxinfo error. Screen lock worked though! Waiting for a fix on X11 forwarding with ssh, in the mean while, I keep KDE.