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The latest Android news, developments, comments and apps involving Google's embedded mobile platform that now features in smartphones, tablets, set-top boxes, cameras, watches and some other rather unexpected places.

Written by Alun Williams, it covers the full Android range, from automotive news and Bluetooth Smart to video and wearable technology, via Intel, mobile payments, NFC, Samsung and Sony. Additionally, we have in-depth guides to Android Advertising ID, BlueDroid, Bluetooth GATT Services, Security Enhanced Android, the Android Sensor Manager, Eclipse, and Android Native Development.

It has a particular focus on development and the electronics industry, covering such areas as development boards and detailed electronics components, such as processors, wireless modules, sensor modules, touchscreens and SOCs.

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Google Play Services 6.5 sees turn by turn navigation

I try and keep track of new Google Play Services releases, and here comes 6.5….

Think of them as the core Google functionality made available across a variety of different Android versions. Addressing the problem of perceived fragmentation they now play a central role in Android updates (with this…

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Google guide for best practices in publishing on Google Play

Just published on Google Play is a guide to maximising your chances when putting your app on the market. In Google’s words ” a detailed playbook on the best practices and tools you can use to maximize the reach, retention, and revenue of your new app.”.

It’s full title…

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Andy Rubin says goodbye to Google

Have to quickly mark this one. It was announced over the weekend that Andy Rubin – the ‘father of Android’ – has left Google for startup pastures new.
“I want to wish Andy all the best with what’s next,” said Google chief executive Larry Page in the official statement. “With Android…

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Top Ten Android posts in October

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

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