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5.0 out of 5 stars Web Geek's Guide to the Android-Enabled Phone, 28 Dec 2009
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Tami Brady "Tami Brady: Transition-Empowermen... (Calgary, Canada) - See all my reviews
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This review is from: Web Geek's Guide to the Android Enabled Phone (Paperback)
Web Geek's Guide to the Android-Enabled Phone covers Android 1.5. Since the average person has no clue what an Android-Enabled phone is, the book starts off explaining in plain English the connection between this technology and Google. Essentially, the thought is that phones are fast becoming mini-computers. Soon, your phone will be your office without an office. This need will require better methods of connecting to the Internet and flexible ways for users to get/use/create the applications that they need to do their jobs.

In this way, T-Mobile is heavy on Internet based access. It also allows the user to create or adapt applications to suit individual needs. While this aspect might be a bit beyond most users, it is a step in the right direction.
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Web Geek's Guide to the Android Enabled Phone by Prasanna Amirthalingam (Paperback - 18 Sep 2009)
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