Topic: google

Google releases four new machine learning APIs for developers

Google wants to improve developers ability to integrate machine learning technology into their applications with the announcement of four new APIs in its ML Kit. The new APIs are object detection, tracking, on-device translation and AutoML Vision Edge. “We see strong engagement from users who use these features and as we are extending ML Kit … continue reading

Google unveils new enterprise edition of the Google Glass

Google is not giving up on its augmented reality wearable device: the Google Glass. Despite the dwindling interest in the device over the last couple of years, Google is releasing a new enterprise edition in the hopes of gaining back some momentum. The Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2 comes with an improved platform, a powerful … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Developing Android Apps using Kotlin, Pluralsight’s Q&A feature, and Algorthimia’s new enterprise AI funding

Google is partnering with Udacity to create Developing Android Apps with Kotlin, a free online course designed to teach developers how to build Android applications using Android Jetpack and the programming language Kotlin. It covers the why and how of Android Jetpack components such as Room for databases, Work Manager for background processing and the … continue reading

Google developer relations lead discusses GCP, Anthos, Cloud Run

Advancing DevOps was a key theme at the recent Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco. The most significant developments included the launch of the company’s Anthos hybrid extension of Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to Cloud Run, a new Knative serverless offering running in its Kubernetes service in the pipeline and various other tools to … continue reading

Android updates its app permissions procedures based on developer feedback

In an effort to give users more control over their Android devices, Google has been making changes to its requirements for app permissions. From the start, Google wanted to make Android an open-source operating system, but as it’s grown, every decision made has also come with tradeoffs. “Users want more control and transparency over how … continue reading

Google previews new plug-in for IDEs to ease cloud native app development

Google this week released previews of a set of new plug-ins for integrated development environments (IDEs) that will generate cloud-native code for deployment into Kubernetes-based clusters. The Cloud Code plug-ins, demonstrated at this week’s Google Cloud Next conference in San Francisco, are available for any IDE that supports IntelliJ and for Microsoft’s Visual Studio Code. … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Snyk + Bitbucket, Udacity’s C++ nanodegree program, and Google’s digital skills literacy program

Open-source security platform provider Snyk has announced a new integration with Atlassian Bitbucket. The integration, originally completed in March, will provide better end-to-end security for Bitbucket code. According to Snyk, the new integration is between Snyk Pipe and Bitbucket Pipelines. “Our mission is to make open source security easy and thus help developers take ownership … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Topaz for Total Test updates, Splice Machine’s ML Manager, and Google Play Developer API updates

Compuware has announced enhancements to its Topaz for Total Test solution. The solution now offers unit, functional, integration, and regression testing capabilities. These new capabilities will enable organizations to shift their testing practices to the left. “Automated testing was the missing link to true mainframe Agility and DevOps. Without it, large enterprises found it difficult … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google’s new app icon specification, Android Q’s restrictions on how apps access network information, and SUSE is now its own company

Google has introduced a new design specification for app icons. App developers will be able to submit new icons to the Google Play Console starting in early April. After May 1, developers will no longer be able to submit icons that do not meet the new specifications. By June 24, all icons, new and old, … continue reading

Android Q will come with new capabilities for protecting location data

The upcoming release of Google’s operating system was unveiled this week, and the company is now giving insights into how it will handle location data and what that will mean for developers. According to the company, while location data can be imperative to giving users recommendations based on where they are, it is also a … continue reading

GSCXScanner aims to reduce iOS accessibility issues

Google is always trying to create new ways to improve accessibility issues with technology. This time, they are lending a hand to app developers by launching a new open-source project called Accessibility Scanner for iOS, otherwise known as GSCXScanner. GSCXScanner aims to help developers located and fix accessibility issues within apps during the development lifecycle. … continue reading

Google unveils the next version of Android

The upcoming version of Google’s mobile operating system Android is now available for early adopters and developers. Early adopters can access Beta 1 of Android Q by enrolling any Pixel device and developers will have access through a preview SDK. According to Google, the release continues to focus on security and privacy by including work … continue reading

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