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Mobile chipset firm MediaTek powers Android One

Mobile chipset firm MediaTek powers Android One

Google is partnering with mobile chipset firm MediaTek to encourage manufacturers to bring lower cost Android smartphones to market, writes Richard Wilson.

The Android One smartphone design is targeted at what Google terms “super-midmarket”, in emerging markets such as India.

The first set of Android One devices features MediaTek…

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Comment: Droidcon London 2014 sees Android come of age

Comment: Droidcon London 2014 sees Android come of age

As the countdown to Droidcon London 2014 begins, for Europe’s largest grassroots Android developer event, Kevin McDonagh - CEO of Novoda and a joint organiser of Droidcon London - hails Android’s transition to market leader…

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Android Wear to support offline music playback

Android Wear to support offline music playback

Just read a post on the Official Android blog (“News and notes from the Android team”) about some promised future updates to Android Wear – and saw this nice breakdown of four new or imminent wearable devices (watches…

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Top Ten Android posts in August

Top Ten Android posts in August

What was hot on the Eyes on Android blog in the month of August? Here’s the answer. Find out what your Android-interested peers have been reading!

Topics covered include Microsoft’s Sharks Cove, Droidcon London 2014, Microchip’s Bluetooth Smart, and Google Cardboard…

Taking it in reverse order…

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Android reversible debugging software licensed for customer sites

Android reversible debugging software licensed for customer sites

Available on Linux and Android (for Native development), UndoDB allows developers to record their program’s execution and then rewind and replay their C/C++ code in real-time, to help find bugs more quickly.

Why do I mention this? The company has announced a new way of licensing its…

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