Earlier in the year at Lenovo’s annually held tech world show, the Phab2 Pro was announced as the first Google Tango equipped smartphone. Although previously slated for a Summer release, it now appears that we’ll be waiting for the Fall to get hands-on with the beast.
The held annually IFA trade show began this week in Berlin, where dozens of tech companies gather together under one roof to announce their latest projects. Among them making an appearance were Samsung, HTC, Sony, Lenovo, Huawei, and ASUS.
Amazon has plans to enter the paid music market and challenge the dominance of Spotify and Apple Music with two of its own projects. The first service will compete directly with rivals and allow customers to access and play their music on any device without restrictions for just $10 per month. It also includes popular features such as unlimited ad-free music and offline playback.
Motorola, owned by Lenovo, is really serious about Moto Mods. The company released two Android apps in the Play Store yesterday that will act as the center of control for one’s Moto Mods.
Google has officially released the second Developer Preview for Android Wear 2.0 (NVD83H). The software was first outed for the Huawei Watch and LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition the day of Google’s annually held I/O Developers Conference.
The Droid Turf Weekly Recap includes all the major headlines in the Android Ecosystem over the recent week.
At this point in time, there’s just one device supporting Google’s Tango (formerly known as Project Tango), Lenovo’s Phab2 Pro. But soon, a lot more will be added to that list.
Google recently introduced a new Basics Nanodegree course for Android development in partner with Udacity. The program is aimed at those who have absolutely no prior coding experience and want to learn the basics of creating applications for Android.