Items Tagged with Android Weekly
#33 / 2011-10-05 14:00:00 / 4:25 min.
In this week's episode of Android Weekly we give you our two cents on the Amazon Fire tablet. Next we talk about how fragments can help battle fragmentation in Ice Cream Sandwich, and we wrap it up by showing you a backup option by SanDisk.
#32 / 2011-09-28 14:00:00 / 4:46 min.
In this week's episode, we catch up on the latest developments in the world of Android tablets. There's plenty of big news about, with Amazon announcing their own Fire tablet, an ASUS tablet with hardware keyboard known as the Slider and rumors surface of a Motorola XOOM 2.
#31 / 2011-09-21 14:00:00 / 5:22 min.
On this week's show, Android flying high powering seat back entertainment on the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, what comes after Ice Cream Sandwich and save a tree, get a tablet.
#30 / 2011-09-14 12:00:00 / 5:12 min.
In this week's show, Android finally learns to accessorize, TouchDroid now with 100 per cent more touch and the patent war gets uglier as Google hire hitmen. Also, Kate Abraham brings us her review of the LinkedIn Android app.
#29 / 2011-09-08 10:26:52 / 5:41 min.
On this week's show: Sony launches its first Android tablets, and they're looking good. HP gears up for another TouchPad run and Windows Phone gets pulled into the location data debacle. Also, Kate Abraham brings us her review of the Little Photo Android app.
#28 / 2011-08-31 12:00:00 / 5:50 min.
This week we once again bring you all the news that's fit to Google. In the news: BlackBerry's App World is set to get a lot more crowded thanks to Android Market, fake legal missives allude to a nonexistent Nexus Prime, and freemium gamers prove that dollars are worth more than sense. Also, Kate Abraham shows us a free app that's (almost) more fun than a virtual fish bowl.
#25 / 2011-08-11 11:00:00 / 5:47 min.
On this week's show, the
mobile patent warrevisited, Android eyes the big 5-0 and an Android developer rails against negative commenters. Also, Kate Abraham shows us how to supplement Android's paltry
ringtone and notification sound optionswith Zedge.
#24 / 2011-08-03 12:00:00 / 5:00 min.
In this edition of
Android Weekly, we present a
history of the Android platform, from the early, shaky builds of 1.0 and 1.1 through Gingerbread, Honeycomb and beyond. We'll outline some of the progress that's been made along the way and list some of the
improvements to the Android OSwe've seen over time.
#106 / 2011-07-08 12:00:00 / 6:27 min.
Matt catches up with Andrew Moore-Crispin and the two talk about the latest
How do I series, which focuses on the
HP TouchPad running webOS. They also discuss the fuss behind
Google+, Google's social networking project, Android Weekly's newest episode on the
top five Android phones, and the live
demo of Hover services.
#105 / 2011-06-20 16:05:36 / 5:26 min.
Matt invites Andrew back to the On Deck set to chat about all that's new in butterscotch.com land. Talk turns from Matt's playoff beard, now shorn as the Bruins won Lord Stanley's cup to what's new in Apple's recently announced iOS 5, this week's Android Weekly shoot and much more.
#104 / 2011-05-06 17:00:00 / 4:34 min.
Matt hits the Lab Rats set to see what scoops he can find. He learns about upcoming Lab Rats episodes on the best e-reader device as well as an upcoming episode dedicated to the BlackBerry PlayBook. Also, he previews 60-Second App on butterscotch.com, the show that brings weekly reviews of the best Android, iPhone and iPad apps going. Finally, he hints at an upcoming episode of Android Weekly looking at the top five apps for Android tablets.
#266 / 2011-03-21 17:00:00 / 25:11 min.
Andy and Sean take a look at what's involved in rooting the Android smartphone - a process of gaining admin access to the back end of the phone, which allows greater access for modifying the phone's operating system and carrier - talk about the pros and cons of doing so, and show you one easy way to root your phone.
#100 / 2011-03-18 12:03:17 / 3:15 min.
Matt Harris returns to his titular deck and is joined by Andrew Moore-Crispin. The pair discuss plans for the mobile show CTIA 2011 in Orlando, FL as well as the newest butterscotch.com show Android Weekly as well as the butterscotch news feed blog, from whence Android Weekly topics are pulled.
iPhone photo-sharing app Instagram was recently the big buzz when Facebook bought it for one billion dollars.
Android apps on PlayBook, rooting your Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the Iconia A500
Android apps on PlayBook explained; what they do, what they don't. An always up to date means to root just about any Android phone and Acer entering the tablet fray with the $450 Iconia A500
On this week's show, BlackBerry figures if you can't beat 'em, join 'em. More Nexus Prime shenanigans and freemium games by the numbers. Also, Kate Abraham brings us her review of Aquapets for Android.
This Week: Part two - Five more great iPhone productivity apps for iPhone rounding out the top 10