Joe Bowser on using PhoneGap to develop across mobile platforms.
Joe Bowser, the developer of the Android version of PhoneGap, on the pros and cons of developing with the PhoneGap cross-platform application framework.
Android meets Arduino as the ADK and NFC allow new physical interfaces.
Brian Jepson and Tyler Moskowite discuss Near Field Communication, the Open Android Development Kit, and the role Android can play in hardware hacking.
Frank Maker on Android power consumption and app etiquette.
Researcher Frank Maker discusses Android power consumption best practices and the risks of hogging mobile resources.
Flurry's Sean Byrnes on the challenges of mobile analytics.
Flurry's Sean Byrnes talks about the intricacies of mobile analytics, the metrics app developers care about most, and the problems that stem from Android fragmentation.
Want to tether? Prepare to pay more or find an unauthorized alternative.
The days of unlimited tethering are drawing to a close as carriers look to monetize, and manage, data access.
Darian Shirazi on location's trickiest issues and how an open places database could work.
With the goal of indexing the entire web by location, Fwix founder Darian Shirazi has had to dig in deep to location-based development issues. In this interview, Shirazi discusses challenges he sees in location and how Fwix is addressing them.
A look at Symbian's on-again, off-again history with open source.
Symbian, once Nokia's flagship smartphone OS, has had a rocky road recently. It looks like its on-again/off-again open source saga is finally coming to a closed ending.
Mary Haskett and Alex Kilpatrick examine biometrics in a surveillance society.
Future applications of biometrics promise increased security and convenience, but they could also dilute our expectations of privacy. In this interview, Where 2.0 speakers Mary Haskett and Alex Kilpatrick discuss what lies ahead in the biometrics world.