Monthly Archives: November 2010

PCWorld: ‘Apple Is Getting Desperate in the Mobile Arena’

Katherine Noyes: I believe Apple’s iPhone is rapidly becoming a niche device. Its restrictions are too numerous, its approach too condescending, and its choices too few to have the broad appeal it needs to succeed on a grander scale in … Continue reading

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Adobe Developer Connection Videos: Three-part series on using Flex to create mobile Applications

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Using Flash Builder to build Android Applications (intro)

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Adobe Air for Android Introduction

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Working with NSDictionary in Objective-C

The concept of Dictionaries are synonymous with most object-oriented languages, and Objective-C is no exception. Dictionaries via the class NSDictionary allow you to to use words and other sorts of objects as keys, and retrievable via the key of your choosing. For example, to … Continue reading

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★ Where Are the Android Killer Apps? (Daring Fireball)

Every few weeks or so, I reiterate my wish for an Android analog to the iPod Touch — something more or less comparable to state-of-the-art Android phones in terms of performance, software, and quality, but costing, say, $250 (or less) … Continue reading

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Open Screen Innovation

This is a lovely dream, indeed, but I hope something we will get to, with the aid of open-source and openness.

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