Android 11 Has Made Its Debut

Android 11 Has Made Its Debut   Gone are the days of Android versions with dessert themed names.  But by no means does that mean the end of Android!  Google is still keeping to their schedule of a new version every year, and 2020 marks the year of Android 11.  It won’t have a fun name, but this version may …

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Google Looks Ahead With 2020 Vision

Google Looks Ahead With 2020 Vision With 2020 upon us there’s surely been an influx of not only new years resolutions, but new decade resolutions.  Sure, you may have already fallen off on a couple of them, but we’re all looking to make this decade a better one than the last.  Well, resolutions aren’t just for the individual.  Google is …

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Google Ups Their Security Ante

Google Ups Their Security Ante If you’ve ever been interested in learning more about cyber-security (and are also interested in Android’s) then there’s never been a more enticing offer on the table.  This week Google has officially announced a new top reward for being able to pinpoint a security flaw in the operating system.  Are you hooked yet?  Well, here’s …

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Pixel 4 Leaks Become Floodgates

Pixel 4 Leaks Become Floodgates Over the past few years leaks of new phones have become a commonplace trend.  It almost has to happen nowadays in order for anticipation to build up.  But the Pixel 4 is shattering this trend.  Almost every other day it seems a new leak is springing up.  Let’s look at some of the recent unveilings: …

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The Inside Scoop on Internal App Sharing

The Inside Scoop on Internal App Sharing               Testing your apps is a crucial component in a successful release.  Every time you issue updates to your app you run the risk of introducing bugs that can ruin a user’s experience.  We do what we can with unit and UI tests to check and limit these bugs, but some still manage to slip …

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