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Samsung Galaxy S11, S11 Plus, and S11e: Everything we know so far

C. Scott Brown December 5, 2019 437 shares
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Qualcomm’s 7c and 8c chips would make a lot more sense on Chromebooks

David Imel December 5, 2019 114 shares
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Qualcomm Snapdragon 865: Everything you need to know

Robert Triggs December 4, 2019 130 shares
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Samsung Galaxy S11 Plus camera: Weirdest looking multi-lens camera ever?

Oliver Cragg December 4, 2019 507 shares
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Flutter 1.2 is out, adding in-app payments and app bundles

Google has announced its first stable update release for Flutter during MWC 2019.
Gary SimsFebruary 26, 2019171 shares
 

Google’s ‘Hummingbird’ could make running all apps everywhere a reality

If it works, Google Hummingbird could effectively give app creators the power to "write once, run everywhere."
C. Scott BrownDecember 4, 201897228 shares
 

Flutter 1.0 released: The first stable release of Google’s mobile UI toolkit

Google has announced that Flutter, its mobile UI toolkit, has reached an important milestone — the all-important version 1.0 release.
Gary SimsDecember 4, 2018547 shares
 

Flutter UI Toolkit: Creating a cross-platform, infinite scrolling ListView

By the end of this article, you’ll have used Flutter and Dart to create an infinite scrolling list, populated by data pulled from two external Dart packages - and all without a single ...
Jessica ThornsbyAugust 20, 201811 shares
 

Google Flutter – what is it, and how to use it for cross-platform app creation

In this guide we'll talk about Google Flutter and show you how to build a cross platform 'Hello World' app.
Jessica ThornsbyAugust 1, 2018357 shares
 

Google Flutter receives a bunch of improvements in its first Release Preview

This first release preview version of Flutter includes a number of improvements for Google's cross-platform app development tool.
John CallahamJune 20, 2018110 shares
 

Google launches Flutter beta, a dev platform for both Android and iOS

With Flutter, app developers will finally be able to create apps for both Android and iOS with one single set of code.
C. Scott BrownFebruary 27, 20181386 shares
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