Nisheeth Bhakuni

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For developers, Microsoft’s AI future gets a foundation

New tools and an AI school show that Microsoft is getting serious about delivering to developers an AI-powered future

In analytics | 26 Nov 2017

Many people were wondering if this feature would make its way over to the OnePlus 5, but in a recent AMA over on the OnePlus forums the company stated that it won’t. However, another leaked build of Android Oreo for the OnePlus 5 was posted today and it reveals that OnePlus may be bringing the Face Unlock feature to its previous flagship.

In android and tech | 23 Nov 2017
Qualcomm says Mesh Networking is the Future of Smart Homes

Qualcomm thinks mesh networks can do more than just connect your lightbulbs.

In iot | 23 Nov 2017
Google collects Android users’ locations even when location services are disabled

Android software gather data about your location and send it back to Google when they’re connected to the internet, a Quartz investigation has revealed.

In android | 23 Nov 2017
Github has today released Teletype which can help code collaboratively in real time

Now social coding is easier than ever with Teletype for Atom—a new way to dive right into code with remote collaborators.

In apps | 22 Nov 2017
iMac Pro to feature A10 Fusion coprocessor, possibly for always-on ‘Hey Siri’

According to information available via the BridgeOS 2.0 software package from Apple, it appears that the iMac Pro will feature an ARM coprocessor in the form of an A10 Fusion chip.

In iOS | 22 Nov 2017
Swift code will run on Google’s Fuchsia OS

Still doesn’t help explain why Fuchsia exists

In tech | 22 Nov 2017
Realm extends commitment for Microsoft .Net mobile platform

Realm extends their mobile data platform’s abilities for the .NET developer ecosystem.

In archive | 22 Nov 2017
TWRP Beta Released for Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Decryption Now Supported

ne of the reasons Google’s Nexus devices were so popular with enthusiasts was their development-friendly nature, which made installing and flashing custom recoveries like TWRP, custom ROMs, and kernels relatively easy.

In android | 18 Nov 2017
GitHub now warns of security flaws in your project

The company says over 745 percent of projects hosted on the platform use dependencies, and that opens them up to inherent vulnerabilities.

In archive and misc | 18 Nov 2017