Google unveils new security panel for DevTools in Chrome


In case you didn’t know, Google prioritizes websites that are the most secure by putting them closer to the top of the search results. However, it has been hard for developers to check just how safe their site is. Just yesterday, Google introduced a new security panel for DevTools built directly into Chrome. This is just what developers have been waiting for.

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Google Cardboard adds support for spatial audio to SDK


Developers of Google Cardboard virtual reality apps will have a new tool available to help them create even more immersive environments for their users. Google Developers announced an update to the Cardboard SDK to add support for spatial audio or 3D sound. The updated SDK will be available for developers using Unity to support Android, iOS, Windows and OS X or those developing in Android itself via a Java API. Read more

Lollipop breaks 30% mark in first Android distribution report for 2016


Google updated their Android distribution numbers through the beginning of January 2016 with the latest data showing the slow and steady rise of Lollipop and Marshmallow on devices. After knocking on the door in December, Lollipop climbed through the 30% mark and is now installed on 32.6 percent of devices. With only a handful of devices updated thus far, Marshmallow is still on a small number of devices, but the share grew from 0.5 percent to 0.7 percent. Read more