Google’s Android SDK updated! February 16th, 2008
Google recently released an updated version of their mobile phone platform software development tools. Dubbed Android, the SDK is now in its version m5-rc14, boasting of improvements in user interface, support, new media codecs and geo-coding, among others.
Here's a glimpse of what Google's Android can do at the moment but the new SDK will surely give us a better user experience:
Why is this relevant to us? Google might just be a major player in the mobile computing platform in the future. Who knows? We might have portable computers like the iPhone that support all possible forms of communication from voice via cell, voice via IP, instant messaging, video conferencing, etc.
I am hoping that Google will release the first gadget at JavaOne this May. :D