Call for Articles: Cylons, Cyborgs and Androids!

But really just Androids. Do you develop for Android? Have you replaced your computer with an Android tablet? Are you using Android it a way no one has ever considered before? If so, we want to hear from you! Our Android focused issue of Linux Journal is just around the corner, and we're accepting article queries now. Hurry up and submit, before Google releases another version! Send your article ideas to ljeditor@linuxjournal.com with "Android Issue" in the subject so we're sure to recognize it.

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Huge Android Fan - XOOM Tablet

Aaron Jones's picture

I think the XOOM tablet is fantastic. I know it is dated and with new offerings like the Nexus 7 available, it can appear a little... antiquated. However, I really do recommend a tablet to any one who conducts business or spends time in the field instead of an office. A sturdy bag and a tablet can increase productivity and I constantly get compliments from clients when we sit down and I demonstrate web technology on my tablet.

You can't go wrong with the sheer geek-chic that comes with a suit, tie, and an android tablet.

I am fan of android. I have 2

Dzak's picture

I am fan of android. I have 2 mobiles with android and one tablet. I like it a lot the ui, eventhough i am not a developer i like that you can do whatever you like with your device or tablet.
I have the opportunity to use roms for each of my devices and customize it as i like it.
I am using all the time for games, applications, movies etc
but when it comes for subtitling i use my laptop cause i need desperatly my keyboard.

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