Developers are noting the crackdown Instagram is taking to its API usage while parent company Facebook is walking towards the spotlight in DC.
At least, not suck entirely. We saw dynamic range adjustments improve the whole of the picture we Insta'd with the latest Android 8.1 developer preview.
Amazon claims Google pulled YouTube off the Echo speaker with a screen without cause while Google says there's definitely cause to be seen.
Gundotra, once leading social relations for Android, says that Android's software platform keep photo capabilities behind iOS.
Some Android manufacturers and custom ROM makers bodged battery level readings into their interfaces — some more crudely than others.
Android app developers are being urged to work on their products and implement new APIs in time for Android O's final launch in mere months.
If that's the case, could every Maintenance Release from this point on every quarter be a .X upgrade? Android plays with some changes.
App developers can now officially prepare for updates or publications in time for Android N's naming and release, expected sometime soon.
Oracle had been looking for billions of dollars in damages for Google's use of Java code in the Android OS. A federal jury denied them that money.
More than just a new logo and fresh look, Instagram locks down API, and it looks like it might break sharing through services like IFTTT.
Not only did performance improve scrolling around the home screen, Samsung says, but there were some remarkable battery savings.