SD Times news digest: Apple and Google’s accessibility initiatives, Rackspace acquires RelationEdge, and Theta Labs partners with Play Labs

On Global Accessibility Awareness Day yesterday, Apple announced it will be teaming up with educators from blind and deaf communities across the US to provide accessible coding to their schools. Starting in the fall, schools that support students with vision, hearing, or other assistive needs will teach the Everyone Can Code program for Swift, which … continue reading

SD Times Open Source Project of the Week: Bazel

This week’s featured SD Times open-source project is taking a look at the multi-language and extensible build system the Angular team and Google is looking to bring to the developer ecosystem. Bazel is designed to speed up builds and tests; provide developers with one tool to work with multiple languages such as Java, C++, Android, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon Sumerian, Google Hangouts chatbots, and Looker’s new data science tools

Amazon announced the general availability of the Amazon Sumerian VR, AR and 3D application development tool yesterday. Originally announced in November, the tool aims to lower the barrier of entry for developers who want to get started making VR, AR and 3D experiences. “You can create realistic virtual environments and scenes without having to acquire … continue reading

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SD Times news digest: Flurry Push, Google releases .app, and Adobe’s XD CC Starter Plan

Flurry has announced the availability of Flurry Push. It is a new tool for mobile developers that enables them to send targeted messages to re-engage and retain users across Android and iOS. According to the company, this allows users to leverage the power of push notifications in order to drive revenue. The three types include … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Perforce’s Helix Core, Google’s Project Treble, and GitHub’s Checks API

Perforce Software has announced that its version control software, Helix Core, now supports multi-factor authentication. This new feature will enable teams to have more options to control access to customers’ digital assets. The company noted that according to the 2017 Verizon Data Breach Investigative Report, 81 percent of data breaches were the result of weak … continue reading

Google debuts Android P beta and machine learning APIs at I/O

Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O’18, kicked off today with a focus on bringing AI-powered features across the Google platform. The company also announced the beta release of Android P as well as a cross-platform collection of APIs for deploying AI-based featured with developers’ apps. “We’re at an important inflection point in computing, and it’s … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Android Things 1.0, Flutter 3 Beta, and Ursa Labs

Google has announced Android Things is leaving developer preview. Android Things 1.0 with long-term support for production devices. The company is also adding support for System-on-Modules and releasing development hardware and reference designs for them in the coming months. “Android Things is Google’s managed OS that enables you to build and maintain Internet of Things … continue reading

Google open sources Seurat to improve VR experiences and performance

Google has announced it is open sourcing Seurat, a scene simplification technology designed to take in complex 3D scenes and process it into representations that can be rendered efficiently on mobile hardware. Seurat was first announced at I/O last year as a way to allow developers and creators to bring high-fidelity graphics to VR headsets … continue reading

Angular 6 now available

Angular 6.0.0 is now available. According to the team, this is a major release focused on the toolchain rather than the underlying framework. RELATED CONTENT: Angular 6 wants to be smaller, faster, and easier-to-use As previously reported, with this release the team will be synchronizing major versions of the framework packages, CLI and Material + … continue reading

Google launches open-source framework Asylo

Google has announced the availability of Asylo. It is a new open-source framework and SDK designed to protect the integrity of applications and data in a confidential computing environment. It includes features and services for encrypting sensitive communications that assists in protecting data and applications. “The Asylo framework allows developers to easily build or move … continue reading

Google’s secure domain for apps now available

Google has announced Google Registry’s newest top-level domain (TLD), .app, is now available. The .app TLD was designed for apps and app developers, and features security measures that enable developers to showcase apps to a broad audience. According to the company, having a memorable .app domain name makes it easy for users to find and … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Fedora 28, MIPI System Software Trace, nad Compute Optimized Gen2 tier of Azure SQL Data Warehouse

Red Hat has announced the latest release of the open-source Linux-based OS for developer desktops, Fedora 28. Fedora 28 features Fedora 28 Server, Fedora 26 Workstation and Fedora 28 Atomic Host. The Fedora 28 base package features updated compilers and languages as well as the latest versions of the GNU Compiler Collection 8, Golong 1.10 … continue reading

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