Jimmy McGee · Aug 24, 2012 at 11:00 am

Multi-User Android GUI, Google (Motorola) Sues Apple! – XDA Developer TV

This has been another great week for mobile development. XDA Developer TV Producer, and Level 14 half-elf wizard with a +5 staff of news summarizing, Jordan casts his spell of news gathering to keep you in the know. Jordan talks about the latest news in the mobile patent wars. Jordan mentions all the wonderful XDA Developer TV episodes from this week including Lance’s first episode of How to Build a Windows Phone App, Erica’s discussion of tempered and Gorilla glass, and TK’s review of the app ICS Browser+.

In CyanogenMod 10 news, Jordan mentions the HTC One V getting an unofficial CyanogenMod 10 port for both its CDMA and GSM variants. And in Jelly Bean news, Jordan mentions the Graphical User Interface to help manage Jelly Bean’s multi-account feature. Pull up a chair and check out this video.

 

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