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More Than 50 Android Phones to Ship in 2…

More Than 50 Android Phones to Ship in 2010
There are so many companies that have committed to delivering devices … so to get to 50 isn’t that difficult

Ben Wood, analyst at CCS Insight

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Samsung teases Bada (Samsung own Mobile Operating System for Smartphones)

I don’t know if the world needs another Mobile OS. There are only too few: iPhone OS, Android, Symbian, Maemo, Palm WebOs, Blackberry OS, Windows Mobile…and now Bada. From a developer and operator perspective this device and OS fragmentation only increases complexity and drives up cost.

Here are two videos providing a first glimpse on Samsung Bada OS.

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Google’s Open Source Android Phone Will Free the Wireless Web

Wired must read Google’s Open Source Android Phone Will Free the Wireless Web

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Google Android Demo – Awesome!

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Deutsche Telekom launches Project “Helios” Open Platform similiar to BT Web21C SDK

Deutsche Telekom will launch a service creation platform for developers in the next couple of days, that is probably similar to the BT Web21C SDK. So far i have only seen this press release on the public internet. Here the official quote (in German):

Helios – Open Development. Helios öffnet Dienste der Deutschen Telekom zur Verwendung in Webanwendungen durch Drittanbieter. Ziel ist die Schaffung einfacher Schnittstellen für Entwickler, die diese Dienste zu neuen Angeboten kombinieren können. Ãœber das Developer Portal werden Entwickler Teil der Community, erhalten Zugang zu offenen Programmierschnittstellen und nutzen bei Bedarf das Software Development Kit.

The internal press release on the corporate Telekom intranet was also very short. Besides BT there are a couple of other carriers who have or plan to introduce such SDKs: Orange UK , Orange Isreal, Vodafone Betavine.

Google Android SDK

Other interesting SDK’s in the mobile arena are the upcoming Apple iPhone SDK and the already available Google Android SDK.

I think it’s a perfect testbed for so called meshup services. Developers can easily integrate telecommunication services (e.g. initiate a voice call, send a SMS) into their web applications. As soon as i get more information on the subject i’ll make an update. Stay tuned!

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Two videos: Google Android tour // Joost CEO Interview

The first video is a guided tour of Google’s Android mobile OS by Google’s Director of Mobile Platforms Andy Rubin given to the BBC.

The second video is an interview with Mike Volpi, ther CEO of Joost, to discuss the future of television on the web.