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We take one last spin around Google I/O with an actual developer — Mike Wolfson, the coder behind the Android Central App (among other things). Plus we get more insight from a couple folks who were able to stay out of the Silicon Valley sun.
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In honor of the brave men and women who gave their lives for our country, we’re offering 20% off all Android accessories at ShopAndroid.
Now through Tuesday, May 31 you can pick up a new case, quick charger, screen protector or wireless charger for your Android device and enjoy a 20% savings by using coupon code: RWB16 at checkout. There’s an extensive selection of Android accessories to choose from, along with a convenient 60-day return policy [Read More…]
The days where we walk into a carrier store to purchase a subsidized smartphone are fading. This trend, bundled with the aggressive prices that we’re beginning to see in unlocked phones, makes purchasing a phone full price a more viable option. Carriers will tell you that you are getting a discount when you sign up
Zivix has announced that the jamstik+ MIDI smart guitar now works with Androids running version 6.0.1. Jamstik has been available for iOS devices for a while now, with the improved plus model first introduced in April 2015. Changes to Android that come with the latest version of Marshmallow now make it possible to support the Bluetooth MIDI device, and after a quiet initial launch in April 2016 (with excellent user reviews), they’re ready to ramp things up [Read More…]
A jury has ruled for Google in its court fight against Oracle over the use of the company’s Java API in Android. The jury agreed with Google’s view that Android’s use of Java was covered under the fair use clause.
CNBC posted the ruling on its Twitter feed:
BREAKING: Jury rules in favor of Google on fair use in Oracle court battle.
— CNBC Now (@CNBCnow) May 26, 2016
The verdict is [Read More…]
The first 2017 model Acura NSX rolled off the assembly line this week in Ohio. And let’s be perfectly honest here — most of us probably don’t have $ 156,000 to shell out for this little slice of heaven. But if you do, know this:
You’ll be able to run Android Auto on it.
That news was tucked into the initial press releases, but Google this week updated [Read More…]
Hyundai is making it even easier to get Android Auto on your compatible vehicle by posting the necessary files online for you to download. That’s right, if you own one of the vehicles on the list, you can now download the update from Hyundai, put it on your car’s SD card and install it yourself. Previously, you had to take your vehicle to the dealer, which could have resulted in some extra fees [Read More…]
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