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Google Launches New Google Wallet Cloud APIs: Here’s A Video

Google has been uploading lots of Google I/O session videos to YouTube. In one of those sessions (below), Google introduced new Google Wallet Cloud APIs. “There have been exciting developments in the world of Payments at Google as we move forward with our digital wallet, and we have new APIs to share with you,” the description explains. “Come and join …

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These 2 Google I/O Videos Will Teach You All About The Dart Programming Language

Google has been uploading tons of videos of sessions from Google I/O, and these two deal specifically with the Dart programming language, so if you’re looking to learn more about it, and were unable to attend the event, you’re in luck. The first video is from the session: Dart – A Modern Web Language. Here’s the video’s description: The two …

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This API Will Let Facebook Developers Show Users The Money They Want

Facebook launched a new API to give developers access to users’ preferred currency and and the conversion rate to Credits. As you may know, Facebook recently announced that it is phasing out Credits in favor of real money, and local currency (as well as a subscription payment model). The API, Facebook says, lets game developers show prices in the user’s …

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Check Out These Android Talks From Google I/O

With Google I/O in full swing, Google has been pouring interesting videos onto YouTube. Some of them are from sessions, and some are just interviews. For those interested in all things Android, the following two videos might interest you. This one is an hour-long fireside chat with the Android engineering team: This one lasts about twenty minutes, and features various …

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This Is How You Monetize An Android App

Google has been posting a number of sessions from Google I/O on YouTube. This one is about monetizing Android Apps, so if you’re an Android developer, and couldn’t make it to the conference, you’ll probably want to give this one a watch. It will require nearly an hour of your time. “There’s more than one way to make money with …

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Watch The Google I/O Day 2 Keynote Live Right Here (Really)

As previously reported, Google released a gadget that lets sites embed live video from Google I/O right on their sites. This is simply a page we embedded it on, so you can sit back and watch if you like. While we’ll certainly be posting plenty of coverage of the event in separate articles, if you simply want to watch the …

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200 Google I/0 Speakers To Follow On Google+

Google’s annual developers conference, Google I/O, starts on Wednesday. Unfortunately, many will not be able to attend the sold event taking place in San Francisco. That doesn’t mean, however, that you can’t follow along. Google will be livestreaming the keynotes, but there will no doubt be much more fun happening on Google+. For one, it’s likely that Google+ will get …

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10 Google I/O Videos You Should Watch Ahead Of The Event

Google I/O goes down next week, and developers will get their hands on a plethora of juicy new Google-related sessions, news and APIs (possibly even some Jelly Bean action). We’re still hoping for some interesting news around Project Glass. Either way, there is sure to be plenty for developers to sink their teeth into, so you might as well get …

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Facebook Ditches Credits In Favor Of Real Money

Facebook is launching subscription payments and local currency support for in-app payments, while getting rid of Facebook Credits. According to Facebook’s Credits page (pictured above), only 852 people liked Credits anyway. “With subscriptions, you can establish a recurring revenue stream and offer updated content or premium experiences for a monthly fee,” says Facebook’s Prashant Fuloria in a post on the …

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Facebook Brings Gaming To The News Feed

Facebook just announced that it’s launching the ability for people to play games directly in the news feed. “With feed gaming, you can include a short sample of your game in the stories people share from your game that friends can play in line with just a click,” says Facebook’s Gareth Morris in a post on the Facebook Developers Blog. …

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Mobile Referrals Now in Facebook App Insights

Facebook announced that mobile referrals are now available in App Insights. The company launched a mobile referrals dashboard this week, aimed at helping developers understand the traffic their apps are getting. “Use this information to continue optimizing distribution via our mobile social channels,” suggests Facebook’s Greg Schechter. You can see real-time info about total mobile app clicks, source breakdown (feed, …

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Google Play Badges Available For Android Developers

Google announced Google Play today, which replaces Android Market, while combining it with Google Music and the Google eBookstore. Google has also released some new badges for developers that they can display to promote their apps. There are two badges, both available in two sizes: large: 60 x 172 and Small: 45 x 129. Here are some guidelines Google provides …

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