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Android API

27 Mar Expanding target API level requirements in 2019      

Since November 2018, all app updates on Google Play have been required to target API level 26 (Android 8.0) or higher. Thanks to the efforts of thousands of app developers, Android users now enjoy more apps using modern APIs than ever before, bringing significant security...

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Chatbot future for web development

18 Mar Are Chatbots really the Future of Web Development?

There is no doubt in the fact that the whole world is gradually shifting from the traditional market to the digital market in almost every sector. The most prominent reason for that is because the need for convenience is increased. And that need did not...

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Top trending apps that use AR technology

11 Mar Top 10 Trending Apps that Use AR Technology

Augmented reality- AR enhances a user’s current perception of reality. VR needs a user to inhabit a very virtual setting. Whereas AR uses user’s existing natural setting by simply overlaying virtual info on top of it. The augmented reality app development market focuses on enticing styles in games...

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Linkedin marketing in the year 2019

07 Mar Different Ways Companies Can Use LinkedIn For Marketing

Social media market started with some old names like Orkut, WeChat, etc. With the grand success of some platforms like WhatsApp and Facebook, developers around the world started experimenting with new social media channels. Linkedin is one of the most used social media channels for professional...

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SME

04 Mar Why data is at the heart of driving SME growth

The use of data isn’t new; for centuries, organizations big and small have been using data in an attempt to maximize revenues, retain customers and turn a profit. The difference in the last decade is that there are tools that can store a vast amount...

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Chrome logo

28 Feb Google will revise ad blocker-killing Chromium proposal

Google has decided to revise its proposed Chromium update that would have killed ad blockers and some other extensions. The proposal, to restrict Chromium's script blocking capabilities to the new DeclarativeNetRequest API instead of the old webRequest API, caused a backlash from extension developers...

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Twitter logo

26 Feb Twitter kills API access of apps used to buy followers

Twitter is finally tackling its problem of people buying followers by cutting off API access of apps claiming to offer such a service. Three of the most notorious apps – Crowdfire, ManageFlitter, and Statusbrew – have been affected by Twitter’s clampdown. Such apps follow thousands...

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Android OS update

20 Feb AOSMark ranks the best and worst OEMs for Android updates

Not all Android manufacturers are equal in supporting their devices with OS updates, leaving many users on aging flavors. AOSMark is a site which tells users the best manufacturers for updates while shaming those who are worst. Naturally, manufacturers with heavily ‘skinned’ Android operating systems are generally...

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Smartphone

19 Feb ‘Android Game SDK’ is a joint project between Google and Unity

Google is partnering with Unity on a dedicated ‘Android Game SDK’ project with the goal of improving game development efficiency. Android is the most popular mobile operating system in the world, so it’s little surprise many game developers want to put their work in front of...

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