Following on from the Remix OS plays Android on the desktop post, Tom Wilson looks at the Remix Mini.
With software giant Microsoft still desperately trying to win the favour of mobile users with the latest Windows 10 – which launched in late July last year – Android, the world’s most used mobile OS, is looking to encroach on the company’s coveted PC market. And this time it is not Google at the helm, writes Tom Wilson.
Apropos of nothing, but maybe a handy bookmark reference – I was just catching up on the Qualcomm smart home reference platform demoed at CES earlier this month and came across a very detailed spec comparison for processors in the Snapdragon series, the engine room of many an Android device.
Here’s something that caught my eye – Udacity guarantees getting you a job, if you take one of its online technical courses, a Nanodegree Plus, for example the one called Android Developer.
Google has released its latest Android platform stats, for January 2016, based on active devices interacting with Google Play over the period of a week.
Qualcomm has updated its CPU profiling tool, App Tune-up Kit, which gives a view into the hardware performance behind an app, if it’s running on the company’s hardware. It’s SnapDragon processor, is rather prevalent in Android devices, of course.
Why not have a roundup of the most popular posts on the blog over the whole year? Courtesy of Google Analytics, let’s find out what your Android-interested peers have been reading!
Google has now published the latest Android platform stats, for December 2015. As always, they are based on active devices interacting with Google Play over the period of a week.
The best way to get the latest Eyes on Android blog posts as soon as they are published? RSS!
Ha! Just caught it. Found myself updating Android Studio (investigating using Firebase, but that’s another story) and the new version 1.5 is what I now have – Google has just updated its Android IDE (integrated development environment).