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What would you change about the LG G6? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 2 hours ago38 comments

Moto G5 and G5 Plus hands-on

by John Velasco 15 hours ago12 comments

Hands-on with Huawei P10

by Gary Sims 17 hours ago3 comments

Sony Xperia XZ Premium & XZs hands-on!

by John Velasco 10 hours ago17 comments
39 articles

Java tutorial for beginners part 3 – Importing classes, try blocks and more!

In part 3 of this series we'll learn how to import additional classes and use try blocks and maps. By the end we'll have a functioning user login screen and you'll be ready to start ...
by Adam SinickiApril 27, 20161

A 10 day program to create your first Android app

How to build your first Android app in 10 days. From the initial ideation to publishing to the Play Store, just follow the steps!
by Adam SinickiApril 25, 201617

Java tutorial for beginners, part 2

In part 2 of our basics of programming in Java series we'll explore conditional statements, arrays and more!
by Adam SinickiApril 14, 20162

Google allegedly eyeing Swift to usurp Java

Google is currently studying Swift to take much of Java's role, but if that is the case, it’s going to be a long road to Swift dominance.
by John DyeApril 8, 201671
 
 

Google’s use of Java in Android is worth $9.3 billion, according to Oracle

Google is being sued by Oracle for $9.3 billion for its use of Java APIs in Android, an internal Oracle report reveals. Not surprisingly, Google is contesting the damages claim.
by Kris CarlonMarch 29, 201640

How to write an Android CPU benchmark tool (part 2)

In this second installment of the benchmark series, we look at adding more tests to our CPU benchmark tool and demonstrate using threads to make your apps more efficient! We'll also see ...
by Adam SinickiMarch 25, 20162

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

Java tutorial for beginners

To write your own Android app you are going to need to do some programming. The language of Android is Java, and this tutorial will help you get started.
by Gary SimsMarch 14, 201612

Let’s build a simple Android app part 1

In this post, we’re going to build a basic, functioning app. This app will not only serve as a learning opportunity but also as something you can reverse engineer and re-appropriate for ...
by Adam SinickiFebruary 17, 201611

Deal: learn to code in Java and make Android apps for $29

Coding is not easy, and neither is paying to learn how to do it. Thankfully, we now have plenty of online tools that will help you get started with the right foot... or with both feet ...
by AA DealsJanuary 29, 20161
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