Ice Cream Sandwich, the next version of Google’s mobile operating system, It will be a universal OS that runs on everything from teeny tiny Android phones to 10-inch tablets and will intelligently adapt to each form factor with things like a resizable status bar, face-tracking and camera focus shifting based on voice recognition, but most of the salient details remain under lock and key for now. Smartphones will get some of the features first released for tablets in Honeycomb such as sliding widgets, the new task launcher and multitasking interface.
One of the first phones expected to run Ice Cream Sandwich could be the rumored Nexus Prime manufactured by Samsung. Nexus Prime is expected to have a large, Super AMOLED display with 1280-by-768 resolution, a dual-core processor, and a 5 megapixel camera. Google has yet to officially announce when Ice Cream Sandwich will debut.
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Jelly Bean will follow Ice Cream Sandwich which is the next version of Android coming shortly.. It’s the Android version that will democratically unite tablet and smartphone software into one. This continues to be a rumor, and we probably won’t know much about Android Jelly Bean for a while. Jelly Bean will actually include some game-changing that was originally meant for ICS. It is still unknown what these features will include.Jelly Bean is actually one of the proposed names for the Android version after Ice Cream Sandwich. It seems like the final name has not yet been decided by Google. We still have to wait on Ice Cream Sandwich!
Dart (originally is called Dash) is a new programming language for structured web programming developed by Google. It will be unveiled at the GoTo conference in Aarhus, Denmark, on October 10 and another two weeks later in Portland, Oregon.
Modern programming languages are often designed without considerations for the underlying execution engines. In many cases, this leads to systems that are slow, complicated, memory bloated, and therefore error prone. This talk will present a new structured web programming language where the underlying virtual machine has been designed along with the language.
They are developing a cloud-based IDE called Brightly, that will perhaps be the first Dart application. Google will offer a cross compiler that compiles Dart to ECMAScript 3 on the fly, for compatibility with non-Dart browsers. There will also be a facility to convert typed closure code to Dart. Google will also integrate a Dart VM into Chrome and encourage competitors to do the same with their browsers. The Dart VM and Dart Cross Compiler could be available in late 2011.