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SD Times news digest: Google’s SDK for smart home integrations, AWS Toolkit expanded to Visual Studio Code and Windows 10 goes passwordless

Google announced a developer preview of local home SDK to enhance smart home integrations. The SDK will enable developers to do this by building on the existing Smart Home platform to create local execution paths via Google smart speakers and Nest smart displays, according to Google.  It introduces two new intents: ‘Identify’ to verify that … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Flutter 1.7, Amazon AuroraPostgreSQL Serverless, and WhiteSource and Codota partner on open-source security vulnerabilities

Google’s open-source mobile application development framework Flutter 1.7 is now available. The release contains support for AndroidX and for updated Play Store requirements as well as a number of new and enhanced components. AndroidX is a new open-source library from the Jetpack team designed to help Android apps stay updated with the latest components without … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google robots.text parser open sourced, Bonitasoft’s cloud and low-code capabilities, and OWASP ZAP 2.8

Google is open sourcing its robots.text parser in its effort to make Robots Exclusion Protocol (REP) an Internet standard. REP is used by websites to communicate with web crawlers and other web robots.  Google says that while making REP the standard is an important step, it will result in more work for developers who parse … continue reading

New machine learning inference benchmarks assess performance of AI-powered apps

Machine learning (ML) implementations in developer tools have been on the rise, prompting a consortium of some of the largest companies including Google, Facebook, Microsoft as well as a handful of universities to launch ML inference benchmarks. The MLPerf Inference v0.5 will be used to measure system performance and power efficiency of AI apps.  The … continue reading

Google adds new level of privacy and insight to data with open-source project

Google has announced the open-source availability of its Private Join and Compute project. Private Join and Compute is a type of secure multi-party computation designed to help organizations work with confidential data sets. The project is a part of the company’s mission to help organizations do more with data while keeping users’ data as safe … continue reading

SD Times news digest: TensorFlow 2.0 beta, WSL2 for Windows insiders, and TIBCO’s new cloud-native offerings

TensorFlow, the open-source machine learning library for research and production, announced the beta version of its upcoming 2.0 release. According to the team, it has completed renaming and deprecating symbols for the 2.0 API for the beta release. It also includes 2.0 support for Keras features like model subclassing, a simplified API for custom training … continue reading

Google moves forward with 64-bit operating system requirements

Google is continuing its effort to supporting only 64-bit operating systems and applications. The company first announced its plan at the end of last year, but as the timeline moves closer it is giving developers new updates so they can prepare. According to the Android team, with its recent Project Marble efforts the team has … continue reading

premium The rise of Kotlin

New programming languages are created every year, but seldom do they gain the attention of developers like JetBrains’ Kotlin has over the last couple of years. Kotlin is a general-purpose, statically typed programming language designed for the Java Virtual Machine, Android, browsers and native solutions. It was created by JetBrains’ language designer Andrey Breslav and … continue reading

Analyst View: Qualcomm’s potential hybrid AI revolution

Qualcomm had a coming-out party for their new AI technology that includes a series of new smart Snapdragon parts with built-in AI capability for smartphones and connected devices. They also surprised with the announcement of their Cloud AI 100 simulator. Both of these things are interesting by themselves but, together, they have the potential to … continue reading

Android Q beta 4 released with final APIs

The upcoming release of Android Q is one step closer to its final release with the announcement of beta 4, final APIs and the official SDK. According to Google, if they haven’t already, developers should start to prepare their apps for the final summer release. Android Q focuses on three themes: innovation, security and privacy, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Google acquires Looker, Ionic’s Capacitor 1.0 release, and Crystal 0.29.0 released

Google is acquiring Looker for $2.6 billion in cash later this year. According to the company, the acquisition will provide better data analytics in Google Cloud for the vast troves of untapped data. Looker is a platform for business intelligence, data applications and embedded analytics. “The combination of Google Cloud and Looker will enable customers … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Cloudflare Workers, Google expands Coral, and Microsoft AI business courses for government agencies

Cloudflare Workers adds new features in an effort to bring developers to build their apps on the serverless platform. The new features include a CLI, new and improved docs, multiple scripts for all, the ability to run applications on workers.dev without bringing your own domain, and a free tier to experiment. “We want Workers to … continue reading

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