SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 06/28/12 -- GOOGLE I/O -- Dolphin
Browser, the most popular third-party browser on Android and iOS and only
Gesture and Voice enabled browser, today announced the launch of Dolphin
Garage, which opens the Dolphin Browser API to allow for third-party
development. Dolphin also announced four new Add-ons from Dropbox, Pocket,
Evernote and Wikipedia that show off Dolphin Garage's powerful capabilities.
In addition, Dolphin Garage also supports Web apps based on Adobe's PhoneGap,
which enable faster HTML5 Web app deployment.
Dolphin Garage gives developers access to more than 150 Dolphin internal APIs
including various browser user interface interactions, while also providing a
runtime sandbox environment to allow developers to create their own
experiences within Dolphin Browser.
Powered by Dolphin Garage, users can now seamlessly exp... (more)
Kevin Hoffman's Blog
I've been poking around at some of the documentation for Google's Android
project. I've seen a couple of the code samples, read through a lot of the
SDK documentation and I've even checked out a couple of YouTube videos,
including this one:
I also highly recommend that you check out the 3 architecture videos that you
can find on YouTube. One of the engineers on the Android project takes us on
a detailed walkthrough of the architecture of the platform, how applications
work, and even shows us how memory, processes, activities, and state are
So her... (more)
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A broad alliance of leading technology and wireless companies today joined
forces to announce the development of Android, calling it "the first truly
open and comprehensive platform for mobile devices." Google, T-Mobile, HTC,
Qualcomm, Motorola and others have collaborated on the development of Android
through the Open Handset Alliance, a multinational alliance of technology and
mobile industry leaders.
This alliance shares a common goal of fostering innovation on mobile devices
and giving consumers a far better user experience than much of what is
available on today's mobile pla... (more)
You won't hear Microsoft say this out loud, but secretly they are celebrating
Google's contribution of the Android mobile phone platform to the Open
Handset Alliance. At least they ought to be. Android is perhaps the best
thing to happen to Microsoft since they won the browser wars in the 1990s.
And given Verizon's announcement yesterday that they will be opening up
their network to any device and operating system that meets a "minimum
technical standard" it seems that Android may have legs even if Google
doesn't secure the 700 MHz spectrum.
Microsoft's biggest competitor in the... (more)
Without a doubt, Social Computing is the preeminent phenomenon rising on the
second wave of the web, and the iPhone will become one of the dominant
clients for Social Computing in the mobile space.
That is the premiss of the fascinating iPhone Developer Summit (colocated
with AJAXWorld Conference & Expo) session "Social Computing: the iPhone as an
Ideal Platform" to be given in March by ICEfaces CTO Steve Maryka.
Summit delegates who attend this talk will find out how ICEfaces delivers the
goods today for development of web-based social computing applications.
"The open source ICE... (more)