Google has released the first developer preview of Android O, and it's chock full of new APIs. Google plans to test the platform for up to six months before the public release, so developers have plenty of time to learn all the ins and outs of Android O. Here's what you need to know.
In an ever-connected age, there's still something solid about the telephone. Dial a number and you can be talking voice-to-voice in seconds, anywhere in the world. There's a new mashup that builds on top of that old network to record conversations to an MP3 file.