Topic: google assistant

Android 9 now available

After over a year of being in development, Android 9 Pie is finally here. Yesterday, Google pushed the source code to Android Open Source Project and began rolling it out to Pixel devices. The new version adds performance improvements via the Android runtime (ART) by expanding its use of execution profiles for optimizing apps and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google updates Actions, LogiGear partners with Sauce Labs and Zephyr Project makes OpenThread announcement

Google has announced it is updating its developer features for Actions on Google Assistant. New features include the addition of seven new languages, updates to build for global audiences, and new efforts to reach 95 percent of all eligible Android devices worldwide. In addition, the company announced a new feature that lets developers deep link … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7, C# 7.2, and Kotlin/Native v0.4

Red Hat has announced Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.7. The latest release of this Kubernetes container application platform will enable IT organizations to build and manage cloud applications utilizing on-premise resources and integration with AWS. Features include: OpenShift Service Catalog, OpenShift Template Broker, OpenShift Ansible Broker, Red Hat OpenShift Application Runtimes, and Red Hat … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google’s Voice Experiments, CData partners with Redis Labs, and Testplant adds API Testing

Google has created a new site to showcase developers that are using voice interaction in new and exciting ways. Voice Experiments showcases projects such as MixLab, Mystery Animal, and Story Speaker. These projects can be previewed through Google Assistant on phones, through voice-activated speakers such as Google Home, or through a web browser. Developers can … continue reading

Google I/O highlights future of Android, Web

Google I/O moved only 40 miles south of San Francisco, but the conference might as well have been hours away when compared to previous years. Hosted at the Shoreline Amphitheater, the same venue at which the remnants of the Grateful Dead play, this year developer conference was held outdoors. This move to Mountain View, next … continue reading

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