Building for Billions

Posted by Sam Dutton, Ankur Kotwal, Developer Advocates; Liz Yepsen, Program Manager ‘TOP-UP WARNING.’ ‘NO CONNECTION.’ ‘INSUFFICIENT BANDWIDTH TO PLAY THIS RESOURCE.’ These are common warnings for many smartphone users around the world. To build products that work for billions of users, developers must address key challenges: limited or intermittent connectivity, device compatibility, varying screen […]

Be the first to comment - What do you think?  Posted by R. Daneel Olivaw - June 30, 2016 at 11:52 pm

Talk Android Podcast: Episode 11

Listen to the eleventh episode of the Talk Android Podcast. It’ll stream live on YouTube on June 30 at 5:15PM ET. In Episode 11 (6/30/16), we discuss the following topics: Evan Blass confirms next Galaxy Note’s name, specs, and iris scanner Lenovo’s Moto G4 family arrives in the U.S. on July 12 [Video] [Read More...]

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Exclusive: Samsung’s plans with Boxee for the living room were in this tablet

We’re all aware Samsung is a big player in home entertainment, but people forget that the company once owned a tight-knit team that was working on a highly ambitious project to dominate living rooms around the world. When Samsung purchased Boxee in 2013, no one really knew what to expect [Read More...]

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[TA Deals] Get The Complete Machine Learning Bundle for 94% off

According to the Computer Science Education Coalition, there are over 500,000 unfilled computing positions in the United States, and that number is only growing every year. It goes without saying, we need people to start learning different specialties within the computer science field, and fast. If you’re interested in following [Read More...]

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Samsung is selling the unlocked Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in the U.S.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are now available in the United States without any carrier chains holding you down. Today, Samsung went live with unlocked models of its flagship phones for sale throughout the country. Hit the break for details. What does this mean for you? All [Read More...]

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Handy website lists all the OK Google voice commands you never knew you needed to know

By now, most of us have probably used the OK Google command at least once, quite likely using it to find the answer to a question or perhaps for the route to a new destination through Google Maps. But that’s the mere surface of what you can do with the [Read More...]

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It’s official: Android N is Android Nougat

It isn’t exactly breaking news, but something that many of us have wondered since Google I/O has been which dessert Android N would be named after. There aren’t too many options with the letter ‘N’ unless you get really convoluted, so Nutella was an option thrown around for a while, which made [Read More...]

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Carl Pei of OnePlus posts sketches of canceled smartwatch

Earlier this month OnePlus revealed that they were scrapping their smartwatch development efforts so the company could focus efforts and resources on the smartphone market. Now OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei has given us a little peek at what the company had in the works thanks to some conceptual drawings he [Read More...]

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Evernote’s subscription tiers get a shakeup

Evernote took to its blog to announce a pricing shakeup for its subscription tiers. Evernote Basic, the free tier, is getting some changes as well. The changes to Evernote Basic mean that users aren’t going to be able to use Evernote on more than two devices. Basic (free) subscribers will [Read More...]

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Sony’s PlayStation Vue is seriously live for Android

Sony’s PlayStation Vue is finally ready for use on Android devices in the United States. The app will allow you to stream live television to your phone or tablet without a traditional cable or satellite subscription. PlayStation Vue is similar to Dish Network’s Sling TV that launched in 2015. Both [Read More...]

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