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Google releases Android anti-fragmentation kit

Android fragmentation is once again being talked about (was it ever not?), only this time it's because Google has released a new compatibility pack which helps developers combat fragmentation-related issues. The new static library allows access to the Honeycomb Fragments API -- which lets developers produce resolution independent apps -- on any device running Android 1.6 or better, from...

SwiftKey for Android is like Swype, but for hyper-conservative Amish types that love tap-tap-tapping

If you own an Android phone, I hope you have Swype installed. I don't think I'm overstating it when I say that Swype is by far the most awesomest input mechanism ever invented for software keyboards. But maybe you don't like swiping your finger across your screen. Maybe you like jabbing away at a hard, low-feedback, RSI-inducing touch screen. Maybe you're a closet masochist who likes...

Google releases Android 1.6 'Donut' developer toolkit

Google have released version 1.6 (codenamed 'Donut') of their Android Plaform. The new release of the Operating System includes a number of new features including CDMA support, support for higher resolution screens, device wide search functionality, updated camera, camcorder and gallery applications, VPN support, a battery usage monitor allowing you to analyse power use by application,...