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Mobile operating systems and fragmentation: the insider’s point of view

At Google I/O Barry Burd asked two Android experts about their experiences with fragmentation in the mobile space. Their responses were surprising.
Barry BurdJune 20, 20152555 shares
 

FDP 019: Google I/O Redux

Thoughts on last week's I/O developments and more!
Joshua VergaraJune 8, 2015290 shares
 

5 Android apps you shouldn’t miss this week! – Android Apps Weekly

In this week's episode of Android Apps Weekly, we talk about all the app stuff that happened at Google I/O, some Microsoft news, and Square Enix's big week!
Joe HindyJune 5, 2015543 shares
 

Google’s big push for app ubiquity begins this fall

This fall in San Francisco, Google will host a Ubiquitous Computing Summit that will focus on making it simpler to bring software to different form factors and devices.
Jimmy WestenbergJune 2, 2015863 shares
 

Diving into M: Android M will let devs use dark icons on a light status bar

We discover new Android M features every day and the latest could fix the ongoing problem of light notification icons not showing on a light status bar
Nirave GondhiaJune 2, 20151159 shares
 

Google I/O 2015 review for Android Developers

A Google I/O 2015 review completely focused on APIs, tools, news, features and announcements of particular interest to Android developers.
Obaro OgboJune 2, 2015633 shares
 

Android Authority this week – May 31, 2015

Android fans, it was an amazingly busy week in the Googleverse. At its annual developer conference, Google introduced Android M, Project Brillo, Google Now on Tap, new Google Photos, ...
Bogdan PetrovanMay 31, 2015490 shares
 

ATAP’s Project Abacus aims to eliminate passwords from our lives

Google ATAP's next endeavor goes by the name of Project Abacus, and it aims to eliminate passwords for good by looking at the way you type, walk, talk and a variety of other signals.
Jimmy WestenbergMay 29, 2015859 shares
 

Google and Qualcomm are building a Snapdragon 810-powered Project Tango smartphone

Google today announced that it's teaming up with Qualcomm to create a Project Tango smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 810 processor.
Jimmy WestenbergMay 29, 20151737 shares
 

Smart Lock for Passwords and Saved Passwords website are now available to all

Google's new Smart Lock for Passwords and Save Passwords website are now available, as long as you have the most recent version of Google Play Services installed on your device.
Jimmy WestenbergMay 29, 2015866 shares
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