Tag Archive: Source


The source code for Rune II is back with Ragnarok Game LLC

Ragnarok Game LLC has the source code for Rune II again.

What you need to know Ragnarok Game LLC sued Human Head Studios over breach of contract last year. Ragnarok also demanded the source code for Rune II. The source code for the game is back with Ragnarok. The legal issues with Human Head Studios remain unsolved.

Back in December 2019, Ragnarok Game LLC filed a lawsuit against Human Head Studios (now Roundhouse Studios) for breach of  [Read More…]

The GameShell Open Source Portable Game Console is 28% off today

Video games have come a long way since their humble inception, thanks to super-fast processors and bit rates that can transform a digital landscape into a stunningly realistic environment.

But when it comes to truly great games, the classics never fade. The GameShell Kit: Open Source Portable Game Console allows you to play thousands of classic games on an incredibly portable console, and you’ll even be able to create your own games using simple code—all for over 25% off at  [Read More…]

Android 10 source code seemingly confirms 90Hz panel for Google Pixel 4

A 90Hz refresh rate will certainly help the Pixel 4 series stand out from the competition.

What you need to know Commits related to display refresh rate in the Android 10 source code seem to confirm the Google Pixel 4 series will feature 90Hz refresh rate displays. The Pixel 4 series will reportedly be able to detect when a video is playing and automatically adjust the display refresh rate. Google Pixel 4 is rumored to have a  [Read More…]

OnePlus releases Android Q beta and source code for the OnePlus 7 Pro

The kernel source for the OnePlus 7 is expected to be released sometime soon.

What you need to know OnePlus has released the Android Q beta for the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7. The source code for the OnePlus 7 Pro is now available for developers. You’ll need to wait a little longer for the OnePlus 7’s source code.

The OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7 launched only a week ago, and you can now install  [Read More…]

A security mistake provided access to Samsung’s SmartThings app source code

Over 100 of Samsung’s public and private projects were accessible.

Last month, it was discovered that a GitLab instance for Vandev Lab, which is owned by Samsung, had not secured its projects with a password. As such, dozens of internal coding projects for various Samsung apps, services, and projects were set to public, which in turn provided further access to Samsung projects, including its popular smart home ecosystem SmartThings.

Without properly securing the projects with a password,  [Read More…]

Google made the Pixel 2’s portrait mode tech open source

In other words, developers can now harness the Pixel 2’s portrait prowess.

The Pixel 2‘s camera package is excellent for a lot of different reasons, and one of my favorite features is easily its portrait mode. The Pixel 2 continues to create the best-looking portrait-style shots even with phones like the Galaxy S9 and iPhone X out in the wild, and now Google’s doing the unexpected by making it open source.

Portrait mode on the Pixel 2  [Read More…]

Nougat for Moto X Pure Edition coming ‘soon’, Motorola releases Android 7.0 kernel source

Android 8.0 to be released this month; Moto X Pure Edition to get 7.0 “soon”

As Google gears up for the imminent Android 8.0 release, Motorola has released the Android 7.0 kernel source for the 2015 Moto X Pure Edition, also known as the Moto X Style elsewhere in the world (via Android Police). The Nougat update was originally promised for the device in April of this year, some eight months after Android 7.0 was made available to manufacturers.  [Read More…]

What is the Android Open Source project?

Google makes money from Android by giving it away to everyone else.

Android is a free open-source operating system. The AOSP (Android Open Source Project) is free to download, free to alter, free to build into a product that can power just about anything. But it’s probably not something you’ve ever used when you picked up a phone or other gizmo that runs “Android”.

Android is not a thing as much as something you use to make  [Read More…]

What is the Android Open Source project?

Google makes money from Android by giving it away to everyone else.

Android is a free open-source operating system. The AOSP (Android Open Source Project) is free to download, free to alter, free to build into a product that can power just about anything. But it’s probably not something you’ve ever used when you picked up a phone or other gizmo that runs “Android”.

Android is not a thing as much as something you use to make  [Read More…]

Google unveils new site to highlight open source projects and processes

Learn about Google’s commitment to open source projects and communities.

Google has been a long time supporter of open source projects — the core software on your Android phone, for example, is open source and available for developers looking for a flexible, mobile OS.

Google has released millions of lines of open source code over the years and helped support thousands of open source projects, but until now there was no place to find all these projects under one  [Read More…]