Flutter Beta 3 is Out for Developers: iOS and Android Mobile App SDK

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Google I/O 2018 marked the launch of Flutter Beta 3 version, mobile app software development kit (SDK) for building beautiful and native mobile UI for iOS and Android. Along with the launch of 3rd beta version of Flutter, this...

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written by Albert Smith for Google, Technology section(s).

 
 

HP Launches Unique Detachable Chromebook

 

HP recently unveiled the world’s first detachable Chromebook x2, a 12.3-inch convertible laptop. This new product combines the unique features and functionality of Chrome OS and power of the world’s most-used Android app platform to create a unified experience that entire Google ecosystem offers. Chromebook...

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written by Albert Smith for Android, Technology section(s).

 
 

Google Play Store vs. Apple App Store: Big Fight Continues

Ever since the mobile app development revolution started in 2008, entire developer community has been split into two different camps: Android and iOS. Whether it is revenue, download or discoverability of apps, each and every aspect is closely monitored. The two leading mobile device operating systems have...

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An Overview on Android Instant Apps and its Features

Need to explore an Android app? No need to download it, use the instant version of it to explore the app. This is the basic idea behind the concept of ‘Android Instant Apps’. This year in Google I/O meeting, Google came up with this new...

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Google’s Eddystone: Cross Platform Beacon Technology

Google recently launched Eddystone, an open source and cross-platform Bluetooth LE beacon standard, changing the mechanics of the Internet of Things (IoT). This technology is named after a historically famous lighthouse in English coast in the county of Cornwall.

What is the connection between beacons and lighthouse?

Think about...

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