The NextWebWeb.com is highlighting an interesting feature that Google has silently added to Google+ timelines – the ability to present direct links to Android apps in timelines on Google+. It’s another step in Google Play’s integration into the search giant’s latest social networking venture.
Arduino has announced the release of its latest open source embedded computing board based on the Cortex M3 ARM processor, writes Richard Wilson. The Arduino Due board supports the Android ADK 2012 protocol (the Accessory Development Kit – “the latest reference implementation of an Android Open Accessory device, designed to help Android hardware accessory builders and software developers create accessories for Android”).
Thanks to those who took part in the competition for free tickets to the upcoming London Droidcon event. It is now closed, and two people have been randomly selected as winners. They are…
The countdown is starting to London Droidcon, the Android event at the Business Centre in Islington. The organisers say the agenda is now complete, and you can view the full lineup here.
Thanks to the organisers of this year’s London Droidcon the Eyes on Android blog has two free tickets to give away to our readers (tickets are now priced at £225 for the two-day event).
Wouldn’t it be a good idea to have an objective classification of what constitutes a quality mobile app, with those that pass being clearly identified as such? Well, step forward AQuA, which is launching a Quality App Directory. Android is the first platform to be covered, and others may follow.
The London Droidcon is returning on 25-26 October, for its fourth consecutive year. The two-day conference aims to bring together “key players in the industry and 1000+ talented developers and designers to discuss the best of business, design, and development on the Android platform”.
For those interested in keeping an eye on Google’s Android announcements there have been a number of blogs to keep an eye on (Official blog, Mobile blog, Code blog…), well Google is promising to simplify things with its very own Android blog.