The Oreo update has been out for a few weeks now. How's it going so far? The Google Pixel received Android 8.0 Oreo on August 21, though thousands of people had been using it in Developer Preview form for longer than that. Still, a finished...Show More Summary
ARCore brings augmented reality capabilities to millions of Android phones. It’s available as an SDK preview, and developers can start experimenting with it right now. We’ve already seen some really fun, useful and delightful experiences come through; check out thisisarcore.com for some of our favorites. Show More Summary
Google has launched a preview of ARCore, a software development kit that brings augmented reality capabilities to Android mobile devices, including those without high-end hardware like depth sensing cameras. If that sounds familiar, it’s because Google already has an AR platform called Tango. Show More Summary
Verizon has started rolling out Oreo to Pixel owners. Android 8.0 Oreo became officially official last week, with a stable version of the software rolling out to users of the developer preview build. It seems the time has now come for users that were on Nougat to begin receiving the update aws well. Verizon has begun rolling out Oreo to Pixel owners. Show More Summary
Developers hoping to try out augmented reality on Android devices just had their wish granted by Google Inc. Today the technology giant announced the preview release of ARCore, a software development kit for Android devices that implements mixed and augmented reality without the need for additional hardware. Show More Summary
Google today launched a preview of ARCore, an Android software development kit (SDK) that brings augmented reality to existing and future Android phones without requiring additional sensors or hardware. Developers can download the SDK now and start creating new AR experiences on Android. The ARCore preview currently supports the Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL, Samsung’s […]
Some of these issues have been around since Android Oreo's first developer preview, but at least Google is listening to feedback.
Android Oreo is about more than big, sweeping changes this year — it's also about fixing some of Android smaller-but-stickier problems. Android Oreo is coming out of Developer Previews soon, and with it comes a lot of beautiful, customization-friendly changes for Android users and developers in regards to emoji, fonts, and icons. Show More Summary
Google has uploaded the Android 8.0 Oreo system images. For those that want to be on the bleeding edge, the Android 8.0 Oreo system images are now available. Google has the images for last year's Pixel phones, the Nexus 6P and 5X, the Nexus Player and the Pixel C. Show More Summary
At long last, Google is finally ready to tell us everything we've been dying to know about Android O. The first developer preview rolled out back in March, with three more arriving in May, June and July. But even though we know manyShow More Summary
After going through four developer previews, Android O may be just days away from an official release. Google is planning to launch Android O the week of August 21st. That’s according to Evan Blass, who adds that the launch is “most likely” going [...]
Posted by James Lau, Product Manager Android developers know that dex compilation is a key step in building an APK. This is the process of transforming.class bytecode into.dex bytecode for the Android Runtime (or Dalvik, for older versions of Android). Show More Summary
Posted by Wayne Piekarski, Developer Advocate for IoT Today, we're releasing Developer Preview 5 (DP5) of Android Things, which includes the major change of being based on the upcoming Android O release. Android Things is Google's platform...Show More Summary
Google previewed the update to Nearby at its annual developer's conference earlier this year.
Google today made what it calls the "final preview" of Android O available to application developers. This new build carries with it all the bits and pieces developers need to make their apps fully Android O capable.
Google just rolled out a final developer preview of Android O, with the full version coming soon. The update will bring stronger security, faster performance and more battery life.
You have questions about Android O and we have answers. Here's the skinny on what you need to know about Google's next. Android O is upon us! Well, not really. But the second developer preview, and the first public beta, have been released...Show More Summary
Coinciding with the release of the final Android O Developer Preview 4, Apple Inc. has announced the latest developer preview for its operating system. Apple’s fourth iOS 11 developer beta comes just two weeks after the previous release and with it a host of new features and updates. Show More Summary
While things are still up in the air when it comes to the final name for the Android operating system (Oreo and Oatmeal Cookie are current favorites), Google Inc. has announced the fourth and final developer preview of Android O. Developer...Show More Summary
The latest Android O Developer Preview that was released today features a new Easter egg that replaces the one we’ve seen for the last three dev previews. It’s an octopus floating around your screen, able to be dragged around but otherwise pretty mundane. But wait, is [...]