Android Things is a relatively new IoT platform and developers can develop on it just like your typical Android app (Some limitations apply). Since I had some experience writing Android apps, let’s dive in and have a stab at it. Read more
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Recently I just got my Elephone Trunk, Elephone’s first ever Qualcomm Snapdragon device. This proved to be a huge break for me, as all the while I had been using […]
Android Things is Google’s foray into the Internet of Things(IoT) world based on Android Frameworks. As of now, Google support 3 hardware platforms.
It has been a long time since someone posted here, so I might as well start off with something.
After being stuck on budget phones for a long time, I finally had the opportunity to get a flagship device from my carrier, so I decided to go with the Xperia Z5, as I’ve been fond of the Sony Xperia line for quite some time. Let’s see how it holds up.
If you are a Chinese smartphone enthusiast you will know that most of these Chinese smartphones (particularly MediaTek ones) only receive up to about 2 OTA updates before they are discontinued, or left outdated. If you use a mainstream device though, you will not experience this, at least, most of the time. So how is it like living without updates?
Shortly after selling the Moto 360 , i decided make my wallet upset again and gotten the Asus Zenwatch . Here is the first impression of the Asus Zenwatch ( First Gen )