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Who steals Android from Google?

Who steals Android from Google?

I have done several things, from system programming to systems to large-scale data engineering, compiler design, service frameworks, game development, web programming, and mobile development, and I can tell you that front-end development is no easier, if not more difficult. In the back-end, everything is clean, organized, lying on the shelves and in parallel, it is a paradise compared to the confusion that web programming has become in the last 25 years. And web programming is a trip to Bali compared to mobile development, including iOS.

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Fuchsia: how are things with Google’s operating system for all devices

Fuchsia: how are things with Google’s operating system for all devices

The new Fuchsia operating system was created based on the Magenta kernel, as Android OS was once created based on the Linux kernel. Magenta itself was also created precisely in order to be able to function equally on any device, be it a computer or a smartphone. Fuchsia was written in Flutter SDK using Dart as the main programming language. The system also declared support for both 32-bit and 64-bit mobile ARM processors, as well as desktop 64-bit processors.

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Google launches its first delivery service by drones

Google launches its first delivery service by drones

After several years of development, Google has just inaugurated a drone delivery service in Australia via its subsidiary Wing . Initially, the offer will be limited to one hundred eligible residences in several cities in the suburbs of Canberra: Crace, Palmerston and Franklin. Google plans to expand the service to the cities of Harrison and Gungahlin in the coming months. Customers will be able to order products from their smartphone on the mobile application Wing. For the moment, the choice of food is limited to snacks, medicines and groceries. the dronescan carry packages up to 1.5 kg.

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keyboard anti-miss spelling!

keyboard anti-miss spelling!

After Qwerty and Azerty, will there be B√ąpo keyboards on the market? This is possible since this is what the AFNOR ( French Association for Standardisation ) recommends, which has just made its conclusions on a study started in 2015 and commissioned by the General Delegation to the French Language and Languages ??of France, under the guardianship of the Ministry of Culture.

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The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE has everything you need!

The Xiaomi Mi 9 SE has everything you need!

After having marked the minds with its Mi 9 , Xiaomi introduced its new mid-range smartphone , the Mi 9 SE. If his big brother is more likely to compete with the flagship, like the iPhone X or the Samsung Galaxy S10 - while being much cheaper-- the Mi 9 SE is closer to economic versions, the iPhone XR or the Samsung Galaxy S10E, with a small compromise on the power, largely offset by the price

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The Samsung Galaxy Fold foldable screen raises concerns

The Samsung Galaxy Fold foldable screen raises concerns

Samsung has begun to provide samples of its Galaxy Fold in newsroom editorials. The foldable screen mobile 7.3 inches has been tested and tested by dozens of journalists. It appears that in use, the foldable screen has left marks, deformations or malfunctions. This is particularly the case with our colleague CNBC , where a portion of the Fold screen began to flicker after the first day of use. Others show pictures where one can see that the screen of the mobile is distorted and unusable after only a few days.

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Apple: what does iOS 13 reserve for us?

Apple: what does iOS 13 reserve for us?

In early June, as part of the WWDC 2019, the Worldwide Developers Conference , Apple will unveil its new operating system for iPhone and iPad.

Owners of iPhone and iPad have just moved to iOS 12.2 that must already evoke the next major update: iOS 13. As every year, Tim Cook will take advantage of the keynote of June to formalize its arrival, and the 9to5Mac site delivers some secrets of this operating system .