Google might be fresh off of its massive I/O developers conference, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t any other events on the horizon. The company has announced that it will be holding a Ubiquitous Computing Summit this fall in San Francisco.
That name is a bit vague, but the summit will center around the idea of making it simpler to use software across multiple different devices and form factors. The idea is that something should tie together the user experience between using a phone, a tablet, a TV, a smartwatch, or a car’s infotainment system. And on the developer end of things, it also means that the same software should run across different platforms without writing entirely new code. According to SlashGear, a Google developer…
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Author: Dante D’Orazio
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