Topic: android

SD Times news digest: Android Keystore, Flexera and MachineShop’s technology alliance, and Clarity

Google announced new security updates to its Android Pie Keystore. The Keystore provides cryptographic tools for securing user data. “Keystore moves the cryptographic primitives available in software libraries out of the Android OS and into secure hardware. Keys are protected and used only within the secure hardware to protect application secrets from various forms of … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Foldable support, Telerik’s Fiddler Everywhere, and Cloudflare’s 1.1.1.1

Last week, Samsung announced its first foldable phone and Google announced support for foldable screens. Google has outlined a set of recommendations for developers to follow to ensure that their apps run well on foldable screens. Developers should ensure that their apps support runtime configuration changes, multi-window mode, and multiple displays. More details are available … continue reading

Android Dev Summit: Foldables, Kotlin 1.3 support, Android JetPack updates, and more

Google is looking to support the latest technologies in a series of new Android developer updates and features announced at its Android Dev Summit in Mountain View this week. Some highlights included: Support for devices with foldable screens Android device makers are beginning to experiment with Foldables, which are screens that can bend and fold. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Sparx Systems acquires Prolaborate rights, Rust 1.3 and Android Nearby Notifications

Sparx Systems has announced it is acquiring the rights to the sharing and collaboration software solution Prolaborate. Prolaborate will now be offered as part of Sparx’s Pro Cloud Server. According to the company, the collaboration software leverages Enterprise Architect and enables users to analyze, interact and make key decisions. “Prolaborate is a perfect compliment to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android’s free e-learning platform, PipelineDB 1.0, and Mozilla’s healthier IoT program

Google is offering Android developers free tools for succeeding on Google Play. The brand new e-learning platform, Google Play’s Academy for App Success, will feature learning paths, interactive lessons, assessments and achievements. “Whether you’re looking to grow your audience, understand performance metrics, or increase revenue, Play Academy is here to help you understand the best … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Twilio Autopilot, Hazelcast Jet 0.7, and GitHub’s Octoprenticeship

Communications platform Twilio has announced Twilio Autopilot, which is a programmable conversational AI platform that can be used to build custom bots, IVRs, and home assistant apps. Autopilot was designed to allow developers to write their applications once and deploy them to any support channel without having to write any additional code, according to the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Applitools’s new SDKs, Android background execution, and WhiteSource new funding

Applitools is expanding its visual testing platform to Cypress and Storybook, two popular software development tools. The new SDKs are designed to run visual tests instantly when developers write code. This will enable developers to discover visual bugs as soon as they are introduced, allowing them to deliver higher-quality apps faster. “Finding and fixing bugs … continue reading

Google announces new developer policies to keep data safe

Data is king in today’s software world. The insights a business gains from its data can set it up for success. However, there is a dark side to the data world, and if a business misuses, abuses or doesn’t protect the data inside its company, it can result in a loss of reputation or trust. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Intel acquires Vertex.AI, Google’s hearing aid specification for Android, and Neurala’s AI for Good competition

Intel has acquired deep learning company Vertex.AI into its Artificial Intelligence Product Group. Intel will continue to develop the deep learning framework PlaidML as an open-source project and it will soon transition it to the Apache 2.0 license. According to Intel, a priority of PlaidML will continue to be supporting a variety of hardware. Google … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Pie SDK, Contrast Security’s free DevSecOps solution, and Status partners with Nim

Following this week’s announcement of Android 9 Pie, Google is releasing a new Android SDK that offers more Kotlin features. According to the company, Android developers often run into problems with the Java programming language when accessing a null reference. Kotlin addresses this problem by providing nullable and non-nullable types in the type system, the … continue reading

SD Times news digest: CI/CD for Arm developers, Cloudability’s Jira Rightsizing integration, and Microsoft’s ML.NET 0.3

Shippable has announced it is collaborating with Arm and Packet to bring a continuous integration and delivery solution to Arm developers. Through the new partnership, Shippable will host the CI/CD solution and will leverage on-demand Arm-based machines from Packet’s cloud. According to Shippable, as adoption and interest in Armv8-A architecture continues to grow, developers need … continue reading

Android P Beta 3 is now available

The Android Development Team has begun rolling out the third Android P beta. According to the company, this beta release is very close to what the final version of the upcoming operating system will look like. Android P Beta 3 features the latest bug fixes and optimizations for stability and polish. The preview released yesterday … continue reading

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