The Android community has posted the final version of Android 11 AOSP source code, which is says is offers people-centric conversation "bubbles" that float above other apps (see above), easier access to device controls, and methods of more easily deciding what device data to share and what to keep private.
So says Tim Sneath, product manager of the Dart lanaguage and Flutter UI framework, products he oversees at Google. His essential message is that developers building apps for mobile, web and the desktop can do so most efficiently using these tools.
It's safe to say that use of augmented reality in apps is more than just a passing phase. But challenges abound. Here's a list of AR's ups and downs and some compelling reasons to brave its waters.
The beauty of Microsoft's latest two-screen mobile device is apparently skin deep. According to one reviewer, buggy software is its downfall.
Most device makers have models ready for the faster speeds of 5G. But what about apps? Here's a short guide from the Android community that points to tools for making the necessary changes.