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Paid apps coming to Google Android Market

Google is announcing the advent of paid applications in the Android Market. Android is Google's operating system for mobile devices (which, right now means the T Mobile G1 and the occasional netbook). And up until now, the only apps available in the Android Market were free. Good for cheapskates, but not necessarily the best thing if you're looking for high quality, professionally developed...

Android First-look: WikiMobile

If you had asked me yesterday if I thought I would get any use out of the WikiMobile Encyclopedia for Android, I probably would have rudely laughed in your face. The joke is on me, because WikiMobile is actually a pretty fantastic. It's also free -- something that cannot be said for the $19.99 BlackBerry version (and I'm not paying $19.99 to access a free website on my Curve). Bonfire Media really...

Google Android Market is live

The Google Android Market is now live. What's the Android Market? It's sort of like the App Store for the the iPhone. But for cellphones running the Android OS. Right now, that means the T-Mobile G1. Because the G1 isn't locked down as tightly as the iPhone, you're free to install applications that don't come from the Android Market. Handango and MobiHand have already launched their own Android...

Android to get an App Store, cleverly called Android Market

Leave it to Google to step in where others have mishandled the ball. It seems their mobile platform Android is getting its very own App Store ala Apple, except without all that pesky submit-and-pray scenario iPhone devs have been unable to complain about. OK, they can complain, they just can't share notes on the actual development process. Google is taking the open road here, and it appears there...