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Adam Sinicki

Adam Sinicki is a passionate writer with a love for all things dev related. He's also a major part of our health/fitness-related reviews and features.

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An introduction to Jetpack Compose for quick Android UI designs

Jetpack Compose is a new tool for designing Android app UIs.
Adam SinickiNovember 10, 2019108 shares
 

How anyone can sell real products with an Amazon FBA business

Amazon FBA is a tool that allows the average Joe to sell products through Amazon like a big retailer.
Adam SinickiNovember 3, 2019110 shares
 

All the latest Android developer news and features you need to know about!

The latest Android developer news from October 2019, including Android Studio 4.0 and Jetpack Compose.
Adam SinickiNovember 3, 201988 shares
 

How to become a digital artist

This post explains how to become a digital artist. Create amazing art, and get paid for it!
Adam SinickiOctober 27, 2019144 shares
 

1 trillion connected devices by 2035: The future of IoT at Arm TechCon 2019

Arm explains the future of the Internet of Things, the human element, and the AI edge.
Adam SinickiOctober 11, 2019144 shares
 

Root Android: Everything you need to know!

Rooting Android allows you to take customization as far as it will go. This post explores what it means to root Android.
Adam SinickiOctober 10, 20193791 shares
 

7 easy passive income ideas to make money while you sleep

This post shares 7 passive income ideas you can start using today. Generate cash from an automated business while you sleep!
Adam SinickiOctober 9, 2019320 shares
 

Arm partners with Unity to improve gaming performance on mobile

Arm announces a partnerhsip with Unity that promises to improve gaming performance.
Adam SinickiOctober 9, 2019112 shares
 

Why Arm thinks the future of mobile is ‚Äúdigital immersion”

At Arm TechCon 2019, Arm outlined its vision for future CPUs: digital immersion.
Adam SinickiOctober 9, 201990 shares
 

Arm processors will soon become faster than ever thanks to custom instructions

Soon OEMs will be able to start adding custom intruction sets to their processors. Here's what that means for you.
Adam SinickiOctober 8, 2019156 shares
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