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Yesterday word broke that the Google was putting some Apps in the Android Market Place on sale for a dime. Yep, $.10. Not surprisingly Amazon followed suit today putting some Apps on sale for the same paltry dime.
Thanks to a service called Nook2Android, you can have a rooted Nook Color for just $35. Should you pay someone to do this for you? What do you get for the money?
RIM has released another video demo of Android apps running on the BlackBerry Playbook.
Today at BlackBerry World, RIM showed off some Android applications on how they work with the BlackBerry PlayBook.
Sprint has joined AT&T and T-Mobile in adding a carrier billing option for Android Market app purchases.
The app stores are pushing software prices down and Apple's unbundle strategy is having the same effect.
Google's Android still faces several challenges when it comes to dealing with developers.
RIM has confirmed that its upcoming BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will be able to run Android applications.
As I mentioned earlier today (and a few times prior), developers will stick with iOS because that's where the money is. iOS started the game with gift cards and millions of paying customers through iTunes.
Google is making a play at Apple's stronghold. Not the iPod, nor the iPhone or iPad, but iTunes. Music purchasing is coming to Android Marketplace, and it's being backed up with seamless ways to sync and stream from your PC.
[caption id="attachment_25436" align="alignright" width="237" caption="From AndroLib.com"][/caption] Our hats off and hardy congrats to Android! It looks like as of this week, the Android Market will hit 50,000 applications available for download.
As the App Store wars heat up, Google has fired a shot directly at Apple by announcing a policy that allows for customers to return apps for a refund if they aren't happy.