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Google is Starting Work on Android P (Android 9.0) in the AOSP

It’s been a little over 5 months since Google introduced the first Android 8.0 Developer Preview and a little over a week since the latest release, now...

It’s been a little over 5 months since Google introduced the first Android 8.0 Developer Preview and a little over a week since the latest release, now known as Android Oreo, was officially launched. But while only a minuscule fraction of overall Android users have their hands on the tasty Oreo update, we would expect that Google is already starting...
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Greater control over a website’s notifications coming to Google Chrome in Android O

One of the more significant changes within Android O involves what Google’s upcoming update has done relative to notifications. From notification dots to how they are presented...

One of the more significant changes within Android O involves what Google’s upcoming update has done relative to notifications. From notification dots to how they are presented in general, notifications received plenty of attention from the search giant. Google’s work on that front is not done, however, since it will update Chrome to give websites their own...
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Android O Dev Preview 3 is rolling out with final APIs

Android O Developer Preview 3 Google says Android O Developer Preview 3 this latest preview version, which has the build number of OPP3.170518.006, is meant for early...

Android O Developer Preview 3 Google says Android O Developer Preview 3 this latest preview version, which has the build number of OPP3.170518.006, is meant for early adopters and is available for daily use, development, and compatibility testing. Do keep in mind that you’ll still likely run into a number of bugs and performance issues, such as...
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Android O feature spotlight: Apps can finally capture the mouse pointer

Android O feature spotlight Android has never really been designed for use on desktop or laptop PCs, but various ports like Android x86 and Remix...

Android O feature spotlight Android has never really been designed for use on desktop or laptop PCs, but various ports like Android x86 and Remix OS have appeared over the years. Now that Android apps can run on Chromebooks, perhaps Google thought it was finally time to implement pointer capture support in Android. Starting with...
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Android O’s Project Treble could lead to faster OS updates for smartphones

Some Android O’s Project Treble Android smartphones, even ones that are consider flagship devices, can be slow in receiving big OS updates. Today, Google announced...

Some Android O’s Project Treble Android smartphones, even ones that are consider flagship devices, can be slow in receiving big OS updates. Today, Google announced an effort designed to speed up that device update process called Project Treble. It will be a part of the upcoming Android O operating system and in fact is already...
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