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Android App Development for Beginners: Layout and UI Options (Part I)

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“ How to use LinearLayout to format your Android application.”
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A.I smartwatch is also a standalone Android smartphone (updated)

A.I smartwatch is also a standalone Android smartphone (updated) | iCurateContent: Android | Scoop.it
Smartwatches sure are multiplying faster than rabbits. One of the newest devices hoping to make it to market is the A.I Watch: a companion gadget that's.
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Dell Tries To Crack The Android Tablet Code (Again) With The ...

Dell Tries To Crack The Android Tablet Code (Again) With The ... | iCurateContent: Android | Scoop.it
Dell rounded up a slew of journalists in New York today to show off a number of new gadgets -- including some shiny new XPS notebooks and convertibles -- but..
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Android App Development for Beginners: Layout and UI Options, (Part II)

Android App Development for Beginners: Layout and UI Options, (Part II) | iCurateContent: Android | Scoop.it
“ Getting a firm grip on how Android layout works is a big help towards making your beginner app into something that looks good and has great UI.”
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Cluster Brings Simple Group Photo-Sharing To Android - TechCrunch

Cluster Brings Simple Group Photo-Sharing To Android - TechCrunch | iCurateContent: Android | Scoop.it
Mirror.co.uk Cluster Brings Simple Group Photo-Sharing To Android TechCrunch On Android, the experience is much like that on iPhone: you tap “new” to start an album, then choose “event” or “topic” depending on whether you're collecting photos...
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