5 thoughts on “Android SDK is Available”

  1. It seems that there’s a way to run native C apps in Android, though the explanation of how this can be integrated and used (over at http://benno.id.au/blog/2007/11/13/android-native-apps) isn’t exactly clear. I’m not sure if there are any limitations placed on them (restricted access to hardware perhaps?).

    Of course, this all depends on your ability to tolerate using a Java based UI.

  2. Hey watch out, I’m addicted to OOP! đŸ™‚

    Even worse than “Java or not”, today a colleague showed me his XDA. I hate to admit it, but is a real nice device. And it’s exactly what I’ve been looking for in the last years: PDA and mobile phone in one compact piece with a reasonably large display, a keyboard, several interfaces (wlan, bluetooth, usb) and a huge software library.

    So why do I hate it? Just two words: Windows Mobile…
    Is there anything like that for the Linux or Symbian world?

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