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Mobile developers, gain insight on how to use a few Firebase tools with GCP at these #googlenext17 sessions. 

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And the winners of the Google Play Indie Games Contest are...

Meet the winners: goo.gl/dBl9rX #PlayIndie

Big congratulations to the winner +Reigns Game, by Nerial, and the two runners-up The Battle of Polytopia, by Midjiwan AB and Causality, by Loju! Also, check out the other games who made it into the Top 10 at the public event held at Saatchi Gallery in London:
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EXO - an immersive #Daydream #VR game built in Unity where players pilot a futuristic drone around an unknown planet!

https://goo.gl/IyGzUV

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Tips for building high-quality and accessible financial services apps

Get started: https://goo.gl/i2yZxw

We’ve partnered up with @CFSInnovation to create the FinTech App Development Compass. Check out the six tips to make your financial services apps higher quality and more accessible on Google Play.

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We've graffitied a wall in #London to celebrate the Top 20 finalists of the #GooglePlay Indie Games Contest in Europe. Come meet them and vote for your favorites this Thursday, Feb 16, from 3pm, at Saatchi Gallery. g.co/play/indiefinal #PlayIndie

https://goo.gl/pzmxUa

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Join the Google Developer Day at GDC 2017

Join us on February 27th as we share how new devices, platforms, and tools are helping developers grow successful businesses and push the limits of mobile gaming on Android. Check out the agenda and learn more at: https://goo.gl/G0rNAV
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Important reminder: Version 10.2.0 the Google Play services client libraries will start rolling out next Monday, February 13. As we shared two months ago, we’ll increase the minimum supported API level from 9 to 14 with the latest release and discontinue support for Gingerbread and Honeycomb. They were tasty treats, but this change will allow us to provide a more robust collection of tools for Android developers with greater speed.

You can learn more about the change here: https://goo.gl/53epRC

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Launching Android Wear 2.0 🚀: SDK adds support for new hardware features & fixes

Today, we are releasing the final SDK for Android Wear 2.0. In this release, we have added support for new hardware features announced yesterday. If you have not done so already, it really is time to publish your apps so as to not miss the consumer hardware launch tomorrow.

https://goo.gl/8y9rOx

#AndroidWear

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Today we are releasing Developer Preview 2 for Android Things, bringing new features and bug fixes to the platform. We are committed to providing regular updates to developers, and aim to have new preview releases approximately every 6-8 weeks. DP2 includes many bug fixes and new features, such as USB Audio and a native Peripheral API. DP2 also adds support for the Intel Joule platform. In addition, we have created a highly requested sample that shows how to use TensorFlow for object recognition and image classification on Android Things.

See the blog post https://goo.gl/uLXxTZ for more information, and join our Google+ community at https://goo.gl/PC9RBw. #AndroidThings

PPP - a framework by @Berenger_r to create electronic music collaboratively.

https://goo.gl/ld5Yqc

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