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Byteflies are using Android Things to build some really interesting wearable health solutions. Check out the video for more information!
Android Things & Byteflies

Learn more here → http://bit.ly/2OlUPYS

The devs at @byteflies are creating wearable health solutions, with the comfort of consumer products & the accuracy of medical technology. Using #AndroidThings lets them focus on making the biggest difference in the health tech space
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Android Things 1.0.3 has been released, which contains the August security patch for the Android operating system. You can update your devices via the Android Things Console. The official release notes are here: https://developer.android.com/things/versions/releases#android_things_103

Android Things 1.0.3
Date: August 2018
Build Number: OIM1.180327.056
Play Services: 12.5.20

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Did another guest appearance on the #DevShow this week ... especially excited about AMD processor support for the Android emulator!
Android Emulator, TensorFlow Object Detection API, & more! -TL;DR 120

Watch here → http://bit.ly/2O1V8sw

This week on #DevShow, Wayne Piekarski brings you the latest news from Google, including updates to the Android Emulator release, additions to the TensorFlow Object Detection API, Jib the open-source Java containerizer, and more!
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Android Things 1.0.2 has been released, which contains the July security patch for the Android operating system. You can update your devices via the Android Things Console. The official release notes are here: https://developer.android.com/things/versions/releases#android_things_102

Android Things 1.0.2
Date: July 2018
Build Number: OIM1.180327.050
Play Services: 12.5.20

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Android Things client library for Google Cloud IoT Core

Read our blog post → http://bit.ly/2Kbi9XL

We’re releasing a client library to make it easy to use Google Cloud IoT Core from Android Things devices. With just a few lines of code, you can easily connect to the IoT Core MQTT bridge, authenticate the device, publish device telemetry and state, subscribe to configuration changes, and handle errors.

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Android Things 1.0.1 was released today, which contains the June security patch for the Android operating system. You can update your devices via the Android Things Console. The official release notes are here: https://developer.android.com/things/versions/releases#android_things_101

Android Things 1.0.1
Date: June 2018
Build Number: OIM1.180327.047
Play Services: 12.5.20

Resolved Issues
- Raspberry Pi 3 devices with UART hardware connected fail to boot up.
- Bluetooth is disabled on the Raspberry Pi 3 due to an invalid hardware configuration. This hardware configuration is created by the starter kit settings in the Android Things Console.

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At Google I/O 2018, we had two talks about the Google Assistant SDK for devices.

The first talk is What's new with the Google Assistant SDK for Devices, with Chris Ramsdale and Glen Shires:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBXRwu6hgy8&index=4&list=PLOU2XLYxmsILzpybwAE_RVDdvaohfOXm2

We also have a talk about automating testing that is implemented with the Assistant SDK, with Aylin Altiok and Nick Felker:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eD4x4gj4u2Y&index=3&list=PLOU2XLYxmsILzpybwAE_RVDdvaohfOXm2&t=0s

We look forward to your comments about what you would like to see in new videos and talks in the future!

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Google I/O 2018 is over for another year, and we have a great playlist of all the talks which were presented about the Google Assistant. We have talks about Actions on Google, Dialogflow, Assistant SDK, Smart Home, and more! There are talks for new developers, as well as more advanced topics for developers who want to take their Actions to the next level.

Check check out the playlist here, and we look forward to hearing your feedback on the kinds of videos you would like to see in the future:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOU2XLYxmsILzpybwAE_RVDdvaohfOXm2

#ActionsOnGoogle #AoGDevs

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Google I/O 2018 is over for another year, and we have a great playlist of all the talks which were presented. We have talks about Android Things, Cloud IoT, and AIY Projects, and we cover both software and hardware design.

So check out the playlist here, and we look forward to hearing your feedback on the kinds of videos you would like to see in the future:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOU2XLYxmsIJQgQfgYDuH8V31HZTtWUBp

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Woohoo! Android Things is ready for production devices!

Say Hello to Android Things 1.0. Long-term support for production devices and a powerful new lineup of System-on-Module hardware.

Read our blog post → https://goo.gl/8hqzaV

We're releasing Android Things 1.0 to developers today with long-term support for production devices, including new System-on-Modules (SoMs) from NXP, Qualcomm, and MediaTek. For each long-term support version, Google will offer free stability fixes and security patches for three years, with additional options for extended support.
Say Hello to Android Things 1.0
Say Hello to Android Things 1.0
android-developers.googleblog.com
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