YouTube has launched an open-source project called 'YouTube WatchMe for Android', which is available on GitHub. The reference app will make it possible for developers to easily integrate YouTube Live Streaming into Android apps.
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Microsoft isn't going to allow Apple and Google to control the mobile health market. Today, it announced Microsoft Health, its take on collecting and analyzing consumer health data. The Microsoft Health platform entails on-device apps, wearables and cloud-based analytics. And of course, developers are invited to play along.
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It's a big deal.
At this point, we expect nothing less.
Searching for Katie follows a fictional cult, but it handles the subject matter with the respect required for the group to feel very real.
A temporary replacement no more.
Don't worry, it's part of its new healthcare endeavor.
The only people who seem to care are people living in other countries.
Hello heels, goodbye money.