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What devices are Android Authority readers using? (2021 edition)

Robert Triggs May 8, 2021
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iPhone 12 Pro Max revisited: The good and bad six months later

Eric Zeman May 8, 2021
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Did you know: Xiaomi’s first product wasn’t a phone

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Cross-platform mobile development — challenges, options, and why you should consider it

To reach the widest audience, developers may wish to release their Android apps and games on other platforms such as iOS, Windows Mobile, and even PCs and consoles. This post explains ...
Alex MullisJanuary 2, 2019
 

SDK invasion: The little known threat to your privacy on Android

The average number of 3rd party mobile SDKs in a Play Store app is over 17. But who is responsible for what these SDKs do? Is your privacy at risk?
Gary SimsSeptember 28, 2017
 

LG CNS releases an Android SDK for robots. Seriously

A subsidiary of LG Corporation called LG CNS has released an Android SDK for creating Android apps to control Softbank Robotics' humanoid robot, Pepper.
Kris CarlonAugust 4, 2016
 

How does virtual reality work?

How does virtual work, both in the mobile and desktop realm? What's all involved? Join us as we take a closer look.
Alex MullisJuly 15, 2016
 

Assembly language and machine code – Gary explains

You might have heard the terms "assembly language" and "machine code" but what exactly do they mean? Let's find out.
Gary SimsMarch 17, 2016
 

Want to start making money from Android Apps? Here’s what NOT to do

How can you make money from an app without a huge budget? Unfortunately, there is no easy answer, instead let’s look at some of the things you shouldn’t do.
Adam SinickiNovember 24, 2015
 

Writing your first Android game using the Corona SDK

If you don't want to learn Java there are alternative SDKs for Android. Corona uses the Lua programming language and it is ideal for writing mobile games.
Gary SimsJuly 13, 2015
 

Android 5.1 Lollipop SDK is now available with support for devices with dual-SIM cards

Following the official announcement of Android 5.1, Google has released the Android 5.1 SDK for developers.
Jimmy WestenbergMarch 11, 2015
 

Qualcomm goes all in on eyewear, releases SDK for VR headsets

Qualcomm's yearly developer conference, Uplinq, took off this morning with the announcement of the Qualcomm Vuforia SDK for Digital Eyewear.
Edgar CervantesSeptember 18, 2014
 

Preview & SDK site for Android L, Wear, TV and Auto goes live (Update: SDK for Wear and Android L are up!)

Google will be making previews and SDKs available tomorrow. The site where they will be available has just gone live - developers may want to take a look.
Edgar CervantesJune 26, 2014
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