Tag Archives: Android

Here comes Treble: A modular base for Android by https://is.gd/aZM0QN

On the Android team, we view each dessert release as an opportunity to make Android better for our users and our ecosystem partners. One thing we’ve consistently heard from our device-maker partners is that updating existing devices to a new version of Android is incredibly time consuming and costly.

With Android O, we’ve been working very closely with device makers and silicon manufacturers to take steps toward solving this problem, and we’re excited to give you a sneak peek at Project Treble, the biggest change to the low-level system architecture of Android to date.

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The state of the car computer: Forget horsepower, we want megahertz! by https://is.gd/4jZ36Z

If I asked you “how many computing devices do you own?” your mind will probably first jump to your PCs and laptops at home, and then to your smartphones and tablets. The more tech savvy might include smartwatches, TVs, and video game systems. But there’s one computing device that not many people think about as a computing device: the car infotainment system.

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Google, Not the Government, Is Building the Future by https://is.gd/1KozWh

One persistent criticism of Silicon Valley is that it no longer works on big, world-changing ideas. Every few months, a dumb start-up will make the news — most recently the one selling a $700 juicer — and folks outside the tech industry will begin singing I-told-you-sos.

But don’t be fooled by expensive juice. The idea that Silicon Valley no longer funds big things isn’t just wrong, but also obtuse and fairly dangerous.

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11 year old boy hacks Bluetooth devices using Raspberry Pi by https://is.gd/Iii0q4

An audience of security experts attending a cybersecurity conference at the World Forum in The Hague (The Netherlands) on Tuesday were shocked when a demonstration done by an 11-year-old “cyber ninja” showed the dismal cyber security standards that are prevailing in technology.

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Android O: What’s best we can expect from it by https://is.gd/7aRCM5

Is Android O upon us? Well, maybe almost there. Although its first developer preview was released a few months back, Google is slowly giving hints about what they are doing with this new Android version.

Rumors suggest that the release of the full version will be most likely somewhere in September 2017, and that major updates will be launched during the Google I/O event in mid-May. Despite all the talks and rumors, we cannot conclude anything, unless Google speaks itself.

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Linux and Other Open Source Technologies Protect Online Privacy: Snowden by https://is.gd/PlAzLb

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Edward Snowden, the whistleblower who is living in exile since 2013 when he uncovered NSA’s surveillance operations. However, the tech world’s robin hood makes quite a few virtual appearances and gives his views on the state of privacy.

Snowden’s latest Q&A interaction happened with OpenStack Foundation’s COO Mark Collier over a video conference call during the OpenStack Summit. Snowden emphasized that premium cloud platform and proprietary software are a dent on people’s privacy.

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A Clean, Simple And Yet Powerful Content Reader for News Feeds and Web Articles by https://is.gd/8BsjI5

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If you’ve not tried Inoreader, give it a second glance as its interface and features have evolved over the years to become one of the strong players. It is a clean, simple and yet powerful content reader designed to cater for news feeds and any web articles that you like to save for reading, minus unnecessary frills and hassles.

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