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Black Friday 2017: All the latest deals in one place

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Display specs: the good, the bad, and the completely irrelevant

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Why you should never buy a phone in the first month

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ZTE Axon M review: dual screen, single-minded

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Using Android Architecture Components: Lifecycles and SQLite made easy

Get started with the Room data persistence library, and learn how to create lifecycle-aware components using the Architecture Components Lifecycles library.
by Jessica Thornsby2 days ago

Google I/O 2017 special | Podcast

Josh, Kris, Nirave, David and Edgar chat all things Google I/O 2017. An impressive show as insight into the future of Google powered computing.
by Joshua VergaraMay 23, 20174

What was your favorite announcement from Google I/O 2017? [Poll of the Week]

Tons of great news came from Google's 2017 developer conference. We want to know - what was your favorite announcement from Google I/O 2017?
by Jimmy WestenbergMay 23, 201713

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

Welcome to the 192nd Android Apps Weekly! This week we talk about app news from Google I/O 2017, Nintendo's Legend of Zelda mobile game, and more apps news!
by Joe HindyMay 22, 2017
 
 

This Was Google I/O 2017

Join us we take you on a walk through of Google I/O 2017 and grade Google on its preparation for Shoreline's second I/O in a decade.
by Kris CarlonMay 21, 2017112

Android Go’s second largest target market is the USA

Android Go is designed for entry-level devices costing under $100 so it would be easy to assume it's only for developing markets. According to Google, it's not, with the second largest ...
by Nirave GondhiaMay 19, 201712

Android Go is NOT a replacement for Android One

Google launched the Android Go initiative for entry level devices at its I/O keynote, and the company has confirmed it is NOT a replacement for Android One.
by Nirave GondhiaMay 19, 201713

Here are the five best things that were announced at Google I/O 2017

We have picked what we believe are the five best things that were announced this week at the 2017 Google I/O developer conference.
by Nirave GondhiaMay 19, 20174

Android O will let you update graphics drivers directly through the Play Store

You'll soon be able to update your device's specific graphics drivers over the Google Play Store, removing the need for a full system update.
by David ImelMay 19, 201720

Android gets a new battery menu [Diving into Android O]

Android O revamps the battery settings menu to not only make it look cleaner, but more contextual and understandable to read.
by Williams PelegrinMay 18, 201712
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