Showing posts with label Google Project. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Google Project. Show all posts

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Google Awesome always Announcing Android N Developer Preview Too Early


Google Awesome always Announcing Android N Developer Preview Too Early
Google Awesome always Announcing Android N Developer Preview Too Early 


Google always try to help developer to access new APIs and Developer Tools. Google launching Android Version on the Event Google I/O every summer but this time Google going to do something Big they give Developer to Early too Early Developer Preview for the Developer Yes, Google already launching the Android N Developer Preview for the Developer.

Google had too much change in this Android N Developer Preview they come with Multi-Window work, You can manage the Direct reply of the Notification, Bundle Notification, Efficiency in Battery and also they include Java-8 Language support in Android N Developer Preview.

So, here is all you can find useful resources for the Android N Developer Preview and sample code for the Development of the Apps in Android N.


Android N Developer Preview Sample Source Code


Multi-Window Playground 

    • Android N Multi-Window you have to change the Manifest file properties  android:resizableActivity and yes Android N and above all by default.

Screenshot 

Source Code for Android N Multi-Window - https://github.com/googlesamples/android-MultiWindowPlayground

Source Code for Android N Active Notification  - https://github.com/googlesamples/android-ActiveNotifications

Source Code for Android N Messaging Service  - https://github.com/googlesamples/android-MessagingService

Source Code for Android N Direct Boot - https://github.com/googlesamples/android-DirectBoot

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Google launches Project Fi, its mobile network for US-based Nexus 6 users



The Google mobile network is at last official: The company has launched its Project Fi service in the United States exclusively for Nexus 6 owners.
Detailed in a blog post, Google said Project Fi will cost $20 a month for the basic plan (talk, text, Wi-Fi tethering and coverage in 120+ countries), with an additional $10 monthly fee for each 1GB of data you desire. If you don’t use all of your purchased data in a month, you’ll receive a pro-rated amount refunded back to the account.

Google is working with T-Mobile and Sprint to expand its coverage; at the moment, it offers 4G in most major metropolitan areas, with 3G servicing other parts of America (Montana seems to be the least covered).
Project Fi is currently invite-only – request to be added here.

Monday, March 9, 2015

This is how Google will control Project Loon balloons’ altitudes


 If you had any doubt about Google’s balloon-powered internet service getting off the ground, rest assured that it’s coming along nicely. The company has been granted a patent for its methods to control the altitude of its Project Loon balloons, which operate in the stratosphere over 12 miles (20 km) above sea level.
The balloons use LTE technology to provide connectivity, and move with the stratified winds in the stratosphere to arrange themselves to form a communications network. The new patent allows for ways to move the balloons between wind strata.
This video by PatentYogi describes how the balloons will navigate the stratosphere.


Each balloon is comprised of an inflatable envelope, a high-pressure gas storage chamber and a solar power system. The balloons can use solar power to move gas from the envelope to the storage chamber to reduce their buoyancy and descend, and reverse this method to ascend to higher strata.
Last week, Google landed a test balloon in Argentina after it spent 187 days aloft and circumnavigated the globe nine times.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Google Fiber services may launch in India soon

Google is in talks with the Indian government to launch its Fiber broadband services.


Google is keen to launch its optical fiber-based broadband services in India as part of the Digital India programme. The internet giant plans to roll out a fiber network in a small area as a showcase project.
According to reports Google is in talks with the top officials in the IT Ministry regarding the project. One of the key issues being discussed is whether the internet giant can do the project without having to acquire a telecom license. Internet penetration is key for Google if it wants to reach the next billion consumers.

A Google India spokesperson did not comment specifically on the fiber project but stated that the company continuously engages the center on various projects. However, IT Ministry officials said that some experts from Google’s US operation are expected in India to evaluate the project.

An official stated, “We are keen to partner a company like Google in furthering the Digital India plan. Modalities have to be worked out.”

Google has rolled a similar programme in the US called Google Fiber where it provides broadband internet and television to a small area. The project was initially launched in Kansas City and in February 2014, Google announced that it will expand the service to 34 other cities in the US.

Google had stated in a blog post at the launch of the Google Fiber in 2012: “Our internet is 100 times faster. Our TV has hundreds of channels in crystal clear HD. And we’re offering quality service plans that are affordable.”


Internet giant Google and Facebook have been experimenting with balloons and solar-powered drones to address the need for cost-effective internet connectivity. The company's strategy works well  with the Indian Government’s agenda of taking internet and digital technologies to the masses with its Digital India project.