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8 Open Source Projects from Google

Idaconcpts

For many Google has become the patron saint of open source, and the number of open source projects Google supports or directly develops seems to increase every day. Gulliver is an open source tool to help people do realtime planning of their trips.

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Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) | Safe or Not?

Tweaklibrary

As the name suggests, Free and Open Source software (FOSS) is a crossover between Free Software and Open-Source Software. To understand all of this in-detail, let’s first understand what is an Open-Source Software? What is an Open-Source Software? The Freedom to Run Program as you wish.

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How to create mobile-friendly content with Google’s AMP

Socialmedia.biz

How Accelerated Mobile Pages can fuel your mobile marketing strategy. Target audience: Businesses, brands, mobile marketers, digital marketers, advertising agencies, SEO specialists, entrepreneurs, educators, journalists, Web publishers. Google is placing more and more emphasis on speed and mobile friendliness.

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T-Mobile G2: My New Mobile Obsession

Ari Herzog

My new obsession is the T-Mobile G2. Here’s a picture I snapped of the two phones side by side : Launching last fall to many positive early reviews , the phone runs on the open source Android operating system and is pre-installed with every mobile application in Google’s arsenal. So far so good.

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Is Open Source the new black?

The Way of the Web

Live cross-platform mobile gaming arrives → Is Open Source the new black? July 15th, 2010 · View Comments It seems as if Open Source is becoming fashionable, particularly when it comes to maps. Web Strategy Wikinomics Rankings ← Is Xbox Live better than golf for digital business networking?

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Automating dependency updates with Dependabot

Sprout Social

Sprout Social’s Android mobile app is a powerful native application that keeps our customers plugged in to their social media presence on the go. As part of our Android app, we maintain over 35 dependencies managed by the open source community that provide useful building blocks for our application.

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50 Amazing Mobile Marketing Statistics That Will Move You to Action

Writtent Blog

Mobile isn’t just a trend, it’s a total revolution in the way consumers interface with technology and businesses. In fact, experts estimate that mobile usage will overtake desktop and laptop usage by the end of this year. Mobile devices will account for 25% of global internet traffic by 2014. Source: HubSpot ).