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Android usage, Xamarin for Students, and HP’s cloud computing—SD Times news digest: April 8, 2015

Android Lollipop is slowly making its way to more and more users. In February, it was reported that only 1.6% were using Lollipop. But the operating system made it to 3.3% in March, and now Google has revealed that 5.4% of users are using either Android 5.0 or 5.1. Lollipop’s usage now surpasses Android Froyo, … continue reading

Altova releases MobileTogether 1.4 with geo-location and Android Lollipop support

Altova has released version 1.4 of its MobileTogether cross-platform framework with new geolocation functionality, better iOS rendering, and support for string localization, XQuery 3.1 and Android 5.0 Lollipop. MobileTogether, launched this past December for design and deployment of custom mobile enterprise applications, has gone through several incremental releases in the past two months adding additional … continue reading

Google releases Android Auto APIs, Senate votes down FREEDOM Act—SD Times news digest: Nov. 19, 2014

Google has released the first APIs for Android Auto, opening up third-party development for its in-car operating system. The two APIs support audio apps and messaging apps, allowing developers to integrate content into Android Auto for users to browse, play back audio from car and messaging apps that receive incoming notifications, read messages aloud, and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Oct. 15, 2014—Google’s Android Lollipop, Microsoft and Xamarin expand .NET Foundation and IBM’s IoT Foundation

Google announces Android Lollipop We finally know what the “L” stands for. Google announced its next mobile operating system, Android 5.0, will be codenamed Lollipop, and ship on the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 in November. Google first announced Android “L” back in June at Google I/O, releasing a developer preview with more than 5,000 … continue reading

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