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Sony Xperia XZs review

by Lanh Nguyen 13 hours ago22 comments

Samsung DeX review – can your smartphone replace a PC?

by Nirave Gondhia 2 days ago23 comments

Have phones become too expensive?

by Robert Triggs 8 hours ago51 comments

How often do you use your phone’s voice assistant? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 11 hours ago49 comments
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What is Object Oriented Programming?

Most Android developers will use Java to write their apps. Java is an object oriented programming language. But what precisely does that mean?
by Adam SinickiMarch 13, 20172

Actually, Android IS optimized – Gary explains

I often see the comment, "Android isn't optimized" or "iOS is better optimized." Why do people say that and is it true? Gary explains!
by Gary SimsJanuary 20, 2017156

Android NDK – Everything you need to know

The Android NDK allows you to use C/C++ code in your Android apps. Here is our guide to getting started with the Android NDK.
by Alex MullisJanuary 12, 2017
 
 

Deal: Complete Java Programming Bootcamp $39 (ending soon!)

Tech Deals is running a huge bundled offer that puts 10 Java programming kits together for a massive discount, but this flash sale ends in 9 hours.
by AA PicksDecember 13, 2016

Reactive programming with RxAndroid

Reactive programming is an exciting way to write programs. Learn how to use RxJava and RxAndroid to write a simple Android app.
by Obaro OgboAugust 26, 20163

I want to develop Android Apps – What languages should I learn?

Developing Android apps can be rewarding, both personally and financially. Assuming you have a certain level of technical knowledge then it is possible to develop Android apps yourself. ...
by Gary SimsJuly 29, 201654

Developing for Android vs developing for iOS – in 5 rounds

This article takes a (largely) unbiased look at the strengths and weaknesses of developing for Android and iOS respectively. Which is easier? Which will make you the most money? And how ...
by Adam SinickiJune 9, 201630

Google beats Oracle: Android is ‘Fair Use’

Today, after three days of deliberation, a jury in San Francisco federal court found that Android’s usage of 37 Java APIs is protected by fair use.
by John DyeMay 26, 201626

Google back in court today against Oracle, deciding the copyright status of Android APIs

Google and Oracle are heading back to court today, this time to decide the copyright status of the 37 Java APIs used in Android and any potential damages.
by Kris CarlonMay 9, 20163
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