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When common desktop-PC users first approach the Android OS, they need to perform an important open-mindedness exercise which will be surely harder for those who are long time PC users: get used at the idea that you don’t have to close apps.
Please note: there’s also a short version of this article, that avoids theoretical and historical considerations.Paradigm shift
This is a paradigm shift in the way our infodomestics work. Once upon a time, as those who used DOS know, it was impossible to have more than a program “open”, or better running, at once. It was the single-tasking era, with its command More >
We have released the first two image packs for ParanoidDifferences!
If you own an Android phone, go install the game and try these expansion packs!
“Bruegel” is an image pack designed for a calm and thoughtful game style. They’re rich in details and some differences are visible only with the zoom! We suggest to play with maximum time limit, at least at the beginning.
Pieter Bruegel was a Flemish Renaissance painter who used to portray peasants and landscapes that could be fantastic or not. His paintings are scenes rich in characters and life, and discovering the details over time, zoom after zoom, is a More >
Today, April,14th 2011, together with our first app’s release, Paranoid Android comes to life!
Paranoid Android is a software house brought to you by two willing and young italian friends that decided to get involved in mobile app’s market (phones, tablets), specifically in the greatly expanding field of the Open Source Mobile OS Android.
Bringing in each of us its own experience, we’ll put at your service knowledge in web marketing, graphics, software development and usability, to obtain apps (or games!) strong and reliable inside, and easy-to-use and nice-looking outside.
Paranoid Android in fact is not just a cool random name, but it’s a hint of the “paranoid” care we put More >