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Android Oreo 8.1 is here, and it's boring but important

The new and improved Android operating system, Android 8.1, is finally here.  The update introduces a ton of new developer tools that incorporate artificial intelligence and machine learning.  SEE ALSO: Google just launched a new version of Android for low-budget phones Most users won't notice much of a difference, but developers will now have a bunch of new commands at their disposal.
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