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Android Developers: 3 latest new features in Android

Many new updates happened for Android developers lately after Google I/O. Initially there was no restriction on some features but now they have updated them with some restrictions. We have covered new features and the old features as well with new restrictions. Here are the old features with new restrictions: • Background Execution Limits Whenever […]

5 key points from day 3, Google I/O 2017

In continuation of the last two days the IO event became more detail oriented with deep dive technical sessions covering various aspects of the improvements in Google products and enhanced capabilities that developer can access. Here is our summary of some important discussions. 1.Improved sign-in, payments and forms in Apps Google is trying to tackle […]

Google I/O day 2 highlights: 3 latest technologies for VR and AR

Day 2 of Google I/O 2017 has completed. We’ve got all of the details on day 2 rounded up just in case you happened to miss anything. Mostly  Keynote speech and bigger announcements happened on the first day. There were multiple tracks on the second Day of I/O and we chose to focus on the […]

Google I/O 2017 highlights – Day 1

Do you want to know the big announcements at Google’s annual I/O developer conference.? We have covered few main take aways from the event, in case you missed it. Right from Google Lens to Android Go, everything has been beautified and advanced. Here is the brief summary from day 1 of Google I/O: Google Lens […]

Bridging the Gap between Social Enterprises and Social Impact Investors

Recently, I got the opportunity to participate in Bangalore CSR Roundtable hosted by Brillio & Equal Innovation in partnership with India CSR on May 3rd 2017. Some key points from this event I want to share with you all. Before that let me put some light on what is Social Entrepreneurs and Enterprises (SEE) and how […]

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