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Samsung Gear S3 review

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The best tech gifts for any budget

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Three things Android Wear needs to succeed

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Google Wifi review

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34 articles

Building better apps: make your app more memory efficient

Make sure your latest Android app uses as little memory as possible, by checking for common memory-related problems, and following these best practices.
by Jessica ThornsbyAugust 29, 20164

Get to know your audience better with Firebase Analytics

Firebase allows you to better understand your users and therefore make better decisions to keep them happy. Learn how to integrate it into your Android app.
by Team AAAugust 9, 2016

Making high performance 3D apps with Vulkan

OpenGL has always been the standard graphics API used in Android, but now that the Khronos Group announed Vulkan, that may change. Vulkan is not set to replace OpenGL, at least not ...
by Alex MullisJune 30, 20165

Google releases Android Studio 2.2 Preview with a new layout designer

At Google I/O 2016 the search giant has released a preview of Android Studio 2.2 with a new layout designer, the constraint layout, and much more.
by Gary SimsMay 19, 20163

The Beginner’s Guide to Android Game Development

There are many ways to get started in Android game development, here are some tips and tricks to get you started, as well as some links to few tutorials.
by Alex MullisMay 18, 20162

Android Studio 2.1 launches, Android N support in tow

Initially released as a preview last month, Android Studio 2.1 has now formally launched in stable form.
by Andrew GrushApril 27, 20161

Android SDK tutorial for beginners

Beginners tutorial for the Android SDK, the software development kit that includes all the necessary libraries and files needed to make apps for Android.
by Alex MullisApril 20, 2016

Android Studio 2.0 released with new emulator and ‘Instant Run’ building

Following its announcement last November, Android Studio 2.0 has now been released into the stable channel, with a new emulator, Instant Run building, and more.
by Robert TriggsApril 8, 20161

How to install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit)

This guide shows you how to easily install the Android SDK (Software Development Kit).
by Alex MullisMarch 21, 201620

How to write an Android CPU benchmark tool (part 1)

This is part one of a two-part series showing you how to create your own CPU benchmark app using SHA-1 encryption and other algorithms.
by Adam SinickiMarch 15, 20164
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