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The T700 is a rugged 7" IP68 Android tablet and the latest product from ToughShield. This post is our review of the T700, covering everything from design to functionality.

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This article presents some considerations regarding and how to convert from using Eclipse to Android Studio for developing applications. It will provide details on how to move your project to Android Studio.

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This article will describe USB-based barcode scanners and how they can be used with an Android device. It will provide some advantages to using a native Android API, like EPX-B from SDG Systems.

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In this article, we discuss some requirements of working with an Android porting vendor, or ODM. Source code and maintenance are important considerations in that selection process. SDG Systems offers open, full-featured Android porting services.

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Matt Reimer, one of SDG Systems' principal engineers, and a long-time veteran of Linux and Android development, reports on his trip to the Embedded Linux Conference / Android Builder's Summit.

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This article will help you configure your desktop computer and Juno T41 with Android for beginning your application development.

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You just received your rugged Trimble Juno T41 with Android. Now what? This article will show you how to answer basic questions like upgrading the Android version and installing applications.

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SDG System’s Android Integration Framework for RFID provides most of the code needed to implement Android RFID integration for your device. It provides code at both the Android and Native layers.

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You might be wondering why a company that specializes in rugged mobile devices and programming services would be interested in Glass. As Android and technology geeks, we had to see what Glass was about, and applications that might be appropriate for the markets that we serve. This article introduces Google Glass and explores some enterprise application possibilities.

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In the first article of this series, we provided a brief description of Android’s use of RFID. As part of that discussion, we pointed out that Android, by default, supports RFID solely through its implementation of NFC. We also pointed out that, although NFC expands the use of RFID to new types of applications, it implements only a subset of the RFID capabilities required by traditional enterprise RFID applications. This article will discuss some of those missing capabilities.

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