I have been so busy I haven’t played with App Inventor in a long time. Yesterday I read an interesting article about MIT taking over the project. That got me wanting to get things set up again and see where it was at.It was frustrating because I couldn’t get my phone to connect to the […]
I got an email from Amazon today that their Appstore was open. I was able to install the Appstore app without any issues (apparently AT&T customers will have issues or have to do something different, that’s what the install notes said anyway. sucks to be them.) and hopped right in. They are doing a free […]
Looks like Amazon will be rolling out an app store for Android. This makes me happy. It’s two of my favorite things coming even closer together, sort of like chocolate and peanut butter I guess. Which reminds me of something funny, that has nothing to do with Google, Android or Amazon. I was at a […]
So this dude wrote an app for his android phone that goes out and grabs arrival times for nearby bus stops. Which is cool. But then it takes results and communicates them via bluetooth to his watch, which displays the info on the face. So awesome.
Android 2.0 is now available from Google. This puts to bed concerns about Google not releasing the sdk or perhaps being in some kind of exclusivity deal with Verizon around 2.0. The release notes give a nice overview of what is there. Those who already have the SDK can grab the updated tools as SDK […]
Google has announced availability of the Android Scripting Environment(ASE). The ASE brings scripting languages to Android by allowing you to edit and execute scripts and interactive interpreters directly on the Android device. Scripts can be run interactively in a terminal, started as a long running service, or started via Locale. Python, Lua and BeanShell are […]