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Google confirmed further Android version won’t implement Oracle the proprietary Java APIs

Google replaced its implementation of the Java Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) in Android with OpenJDK, the open-source version of Oracle's Java Development Kit (JDK).

The first news came from a "mysterious Android code base commit" from last month's Hacker News. Google confirmed that venture beat that Android N is alone on OpenJDK, but android of your own implementation of the Java APIs.
"As an open source platform that Android is based on the cooperation of the open source community," a Google spokesman said venture beat. "In our upcoming release of Android, we plan to move Android the Java language libraries to a OpenJDK-based approach, the establishment of a common code base for developers to create applications and services. Google has worked for a long time and contributed to the OpenJDK Community, and we look forward to even more contributions for the OpenJDK project in the future."

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Poll Results: Samsung Galaxy S6 is the phone of the year 2015

Samsung Galaxy S6 is the phone of the year 2015,  elected by them - our readers. In what can only be described as a victory, the Korean flagship garnered a third of all the votes and its position was at no time in each game.

We observed a close race for the second place but, and despite the Sony Xperia Z5's Early Advantage, the Apple iPhone 6s picked up some speed later on and eventually won over. At the end they were the two split of slightly over 1%.

The LG G4 placed fourth at a considerable distance behind the podium. 1 of 10 voters took him as your phone of the year, but this is not a bad result when you think about it. We had expected more from the Microsoft Lumia 950 and its 8% will come as a bit of a surprise, because the iconic Lumia brand and its cult.

The LG Nexus 5X, Huawei P8 and HTC One M9 Supreme camera can only be for a "also-ran" badge, if such were awarded. And while the Taiwanese entry is a bit dark and Huawei is yet to be established correctly as the …