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Android Things Earns Second Dev Preview from Google

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Feb 9, 2017, 2:39 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

Google has released a second developer preview of its Google Things IoT platform. Android Things lets developers create smart and connected devices using existing Android APIs and Google services. The platform relies on toolsets that developers are already familiar with, including Android Studio, the Android SDK, Google Play Services, and Google Cloud Platform. This second preview mainly tweaks the features and options available to app developers. For example, it adds support for USB Audio for the Intel Edison, NXP Pico, and Raspberry Pi 3 testing platforms. Android Things Preview 2 also includes: a library to provide native access to the Peripheral API; TensorFlow inference library for ARM and x86; and support for the Intel Joule platform. Google will eventually debut an Android Things mobile application API for Android and iOS devices as it works to merge its Brillo, Weave, and Nest Weave platforms. Developers can find more information on Google's web site.


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