Archive for July, 2008
Just found an interesting room for android news on friendfeed.com
Jason Chen, Dan Morill from Google and other people are posting some really interesting stuff there, like a PDf which is published for wired.com, In this PDF Daniel Roth is writing about the future and goals of the Android Stack. So, have a look at the PDF which is just called “The Google Phone” and start with a very promising header:
“Here comes Android, the open source operating system that will break the corporate stranglehold on the wireless web, make it fun to surf from your cell, And (oh yeah) scoop up billions of dollars in mobile Ads.”
Screenshot of the PDF:1 comment
Today the Team of GClue, Inc. Japan will release a first Beta Version of their Golf Application for Android named “Golfzilla”. You will probably think why is it so important to write about a Golf Game on a mobile? Because this is not a simple Golf game, its a MashUp between a mobile game and the built in Google Maps application from Android. Here is the offical press release text which we got this night by the GClue Team :
We release Android Application “Golfzilla” Beta at Today.
Golfzila is mashed up application with Google Map’s real
map picture. We can play golf game on Google Map.
We schedule final release at end of 2008. And final version,
we support P2P vattle mode that using by GTalk, and ranking
that used by Google App Engine.
More information of “Golfzilla”: