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Google revamps Brillo IoT platform as Android Things

Wednesday 14 December 2016 | 09:40 CET | News
Google announced a major update of its Brillo platform for developing connected Android devices, under the new name Android Things. The new platform, available now in a developer preview, will assist Android developers in building smart devices using Android APIs and Google services. It includes tools such as Android Studio, the Android Software Development Kit, Google Play Services and Google Cloud Platform. Google also promised to push regular updates with OS patches and security fixes. Hardware suppliers are lined up to support Android Things, including Qualcomm, Intel, NXP Semicondcutors

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