Android tablets are coming. Luckily, many design principles for writing great Android tablet apps really apply to all device targets.
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Lauren Darcey specializes in the development of commercial grade mobile applications. Recently, Lauren and Shane Conder coauthored an in-depth programming book entitled Android Wireless Application Development, available from Addison-Wesley (ISBN: 0321627091). Check out their blog.
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