Introduction to Google Android Platform

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Published on April 1, 2009

Author: rman.zerotoprotraini


Content : Introduction to Google Android Operating System : Operating System Android OS Android is an Operating System for mobile devices Mobile Device Linux Kernel : Linux Kernel Android OS Android is based on Linux kernel Mobile Device Linux Google : Google Google developed Android. Google Open Hanset Alliance OHA : OHA It was improved further by Open Handset Alliance. Google Open Handset Alliance Unveiled : Unveiled Android platform was unveiled on 5th Nov 2007. Google Open Handset Alliance 05-NOV-07 Open Source Lincese : Open Source Lincese Most of the code was released under open source license. Google Open Handset Alliance Open source license OHA : OHA Unveiling was announced with the foundation of OHA Google Open Handset Alliance OHA 47 Firms : 47 Firms Open Handset Alliance (OHA)? is an alliance of 47 companies. Google Open Handset Alliance 47 firms 47 Firms : 47 Firms Companies include: Google, HTC, Intel, Motorola, Qualcomm, Texas Instruments, Samsung, LG, T-Mobile, Nvidia and Wind River Systems Google Open Handset Alliance Open Standards : Open Standards The mission is develop open standards for mobile devices. Google Open Handset Alliance To develop open standards Java : Java Android allows developer to write managed code in Java. Mobile Device Linux Android Managed code in Java Libraries : Libraries Code controls the device using Google developed Java libraries. Mobile Device Linux Android Managed code in Java Libraries Promise : Promise Android promises to change the face of the mobile phone world. Promise : Promise Google hopes to imitate what they did with web-based applications such as Google Docs and Calendar in getting users to switch to their software. : To free tutorials on Google Android Application Development Please visit:

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