Google is following a trend it set last year, releasing an early developer preview of the next version of its Android operating system well ahead of a public launch.
Google today released Android O in a developer preview. This software is meant for developers, and it’s an early look at what those developers can expect to find in the full Android O release. The developer preview is the tip of the iceberg, with the primary focus behind-the-scenes updates. We’ll have to wait until Google I/O to see the bigger user-facing updates.
The primary focus of Android O at this point appears to be battery life, with Google changing background limits on apps and what they can …
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