Monthly Archives: June 2018

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How Safe Are You While Trying To Order An Essay Online?

The recent increase in students trying to maximise their time at college has led to more essays and papers being ordered than ever. This can be related to many things like change in mentality towards seeking help and also advances in online business. Whichever the reason this is becoming more […]

A New Universal Music Player

Posted by Nicole Borrelli, Android Developer, Programs Engineer The Universal Android Music Player (or “UAMP”) is a favorite on GitHub for music app developers with over 9,500 stars and 3,000 forks. Since UAMP was first released, Android development has changed significantly. ExoPlayer has improved, Architecture Components were introduced, and Kotlin […]

Google Admits That Microsoft Beat Them To Buy GitHub

Google Cloud CEO Diane Green says that Microsoft beat Google to buy GitHub Earlier this month, we reported that the software giant Microsoft had officially acquired GitHub Inc. for $7.5 billion in an all-stock deal. While the news of Microsoft acquiring GitHub did not go well with the global developer […]

How Machine Learning Algorithms Help Businesses Target Their Ads

It happens all the time. One minute, you’re Googling, “what is a differential?” because your teenage son told you that’s the source of your car trouble. The next minute, you’re looking at toasters on Amazon or exercise equipment on eBay, and all you see everywhere are pictures of axle girdles and […]

Automating your app releases with Google Play

Posted by Nicholas Lativy, Software Engineer At Google I/O we shared how Google’s own apps make use of Google Play for successful launches and updates and introduced the new Google Play Developer Publishing API Version 3. The Publishing API enables you to integrate publishing operations into your existing release process […]

Google’s Files Go App can transfer files upto 490 Mpbs offline

Google takes on Apple’s AirDrop by speeding up offline file sharing in Files Go app Last year, Google had released a new app called Files Go for Android devices that was designed to help with file management and making offline sharing easier for users with lower-end devices in regions with […]

Concept Video: Microsoft Windows 95 on a smartphone

Blast from the past: Re-imagined Microsoft Windows 95 Mobile includes Clippy Most of you from the 1990s era, must have surely witnessed the arrival of Windows 95, which was Microsoft’s first large, stable, and most complete operating system among those that had been distributed to personal computers during that period. […]