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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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Google preps Udacity Android Fundamentals training course

Here’s one to bookmark. Welcome to Android Fundamentals, an online training course approved by Google. It’s aimed at “experienced developers who are new to Android – maybe even new to mobile – but not new to programming”. It’s Developing Android Apps: Android Fundamentals to give it its full name…

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Bluetooth Smart Starter Kit targets quick prototyping

Need Bluetooth Smart comms for your IoT app, but not sure where to start? Take a look at this latest Bluetooth devkit from the Bluetooth Special Interest Group itself: a Smart Starter Kit (SSK) for developers to get prototypes up and running. It is essentially a free-to-download kit…

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Bluetooth Innovation Training - London seminar

One for UK developers wanting to learn how to create Bluetooth Smart applications…. “Learn how to implement Bluetooth technology from the experts,” is the promise of an event organised by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG). As well as events in San Jose and Beijing, London is also hosting the…

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Intel emulates x86 Android with Google API calls

An interesting one to flag on The Inquirer to document the march, if that’s the right verb, of Android on x86. They highlight a post on Intel’s Developer Zone blog, covering Google releasing an x86 system image for the Android SDK that includes the Google APIs – so that…

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