What’s New in Android Security (Google I/O ’17)

What’s New in Android Security (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] ADRIAN LUDWIG: Welcome this afternoon to our talk on Android security. My name is Adrian. I work on Android security. Xiaowen will be joining us in just a minute as well. It’s going to be a bit of a whirlwind tour. If I talk too fast or Xiaowen talks too fast I apologize,

Bring your Android app to Android TV in minutes – Google I/O 2016

Bring your Android app to Android TV in minutes – Google I/O 2016

WAYNE PIEKARSKI: Hi, everyone. How are y’all doing? We’re having a good I/O. So thanks for coming here. So let’s get started with this session. So our session, today, is all about bringing Android apps over to Android TV. So my name’s Wayne Piekarski. And I’m a Developer Advocate at Google. And I work in

Android battery and memory optimizations – Google I/O 2016

Android battery and memory optimizations – Google I/O 2016

ASHISH SHARMA: Welcome. And thank you for coming. And first of all, I want to thank everyone of you to have waited patiently outside and in the line. I know it’s really hot. So thank you for that. My name is Ashish Sharma. And I’m the tech lead of the Volta team inside Android. And

Alarms and Syncing and Tasks, Oh My! (Big Android BBQ 2015)

Alarms and Syncing and Tasks, Oh My! (Big Android BBQ 2015)

[MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome to my talk, which apparently my naming joke was also simultaneously thought of by Lawrence Moroney, if you went to his talk two hours ago. But it’s a clever one. The goal today is to walk through everything you need to understand in order to be able to understand how JobScheduler works.

Notifications UX: What’s New for Android O (Google I/O ’17)

Notifications UX: What’s New for Android O (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] JULIE ARANDA: Hi, everyone. Welcome, and thank you for coming to our talk today. We are members of the Android UX team. And we’re excited today to talk to you about the new notifications features in O from a UX perspective. So I’m Julie, I’m a researcher on the Android team. And today,

How to Manage Native C++ Memory in Android (Google I/O ’17)

How to Manage Native C++ Memory in Android (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] HANS BOEHM: Hello, welcome. I’m Hans Boehm. I’m a software engineer in the Android Runtime Group, and I’m here to talk to you about how to manage native C++ from memory and Android. Generally, most Android applications are written in Java today, maybe Kotlin in the future. But there are sometimes reasons to

Speeding Up Your Android Gradle Builds (Google I/O ’17)

Speeding Up Your Android Gradle Builds (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] JAMES LAU: Hello. Good afternoon, everyone. [APPLAUSE] We’re so excited to be here today. We know you have a choice of sessions, so thank you for choosing us, and being here today with us. I am James, and I work on Android Studio. And here with me today is Jerome. He’s the tech

Assisting the Driver: From Android Phones to Android Cars (Google I/O ’17)

Assisting the Driver: From Android Phones to Android Cars (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] PATRICK BRADY: Hello, and welcome to Google I/O 2017. I’m Patrick Brady from the Android team at Google, and I’m here with AJ and Chen to give you guys an update on Android in cars. We have a lot to cover today, and I see there’s still people streaming in. But let’s buckle

Android Performance: UI (Google I/O ’17)

Android Performance: UI (Google I/O ’17)

[MUSIC PLAYING] CHET HAASE: Wow, what tepid applause. Thank you. CHRIS CRAIK: Hey, my name is Chris Craik. I work on Android UI Toolkiit. CHET HAASE: And I’m Chet Haas. I also work on the Android UI Toolkit team. And today, why don’t we talk about performance? It’s been a while since we’ve had a

Android Development with WebRTC (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

Android Development with WebRTC (Kranky Geek WebRTC 2016)

CESAR GUIRAO: Today, I’m going to talk about the Android development with WebRTC. The summary of the talk actually is, we are going to see the options that we have for integrating WebRTC into an Android application. And we are going to have a live demo on how to use WebRTC using the Java APIs