MobileKnox goes Android (MobileKnox / Safe)
In the last couple of weeks the development of MobileKnox and DesktopKnox slowed down a bit. From my point of view all relevant features are implemented and bugs are squashed out. As I just wanted to lean back my co-partner bought an Android Developer Phone 1 (also know as the T-Mobile G1) to tease me. And I have to admit: it worked. Actually, I have been playing around with the Android SDK since it has been released, however, I was too lazy to really start implementing anything useful. This reason for this was mainly that I did not believe in a cell-phone operating system that was only available in an emulator. Don't get me wrong, I saw and still see the strong potential the Android operating system has, however, I want to see the operating system running on real hardware. So, since I have a Android Developer Phone 1 laying on my desk I am more than enthusiastic about Android. It is so cool. Android brings a cool-looking user interface with lots of support of funny sensors, multimedia and the Internet. The best thing, it runs quite fast on the hardware housed in the Developer Phone 1. I am really impressed. This let me start porting MobileKnox to Android. The basic functionality is already working. Unfortunately, the synchronisation stuff is quite difficult to implement, however, I am quite confident that I will be able to get it to work. So, be ready for MobileKnox on Android! ;-)

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Posted by Thomas King at 22:42 2009-04-04 | Trackbacks (0) | Comments (0)