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Fuchsia is Google’s New Answer for Mobile App Developers

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Google set its foot in the mobile space with the help of Android but now the tide is changing. The search engine giant Google wants to replace the android system in favour of something new. Google wants developers to prefer Fuchsia, which is an open source operating system.

Google worked on it for a long time. But the news of its making was behind the scenes. Fuchsia is a Google’s take on universal OS capable of operating on a variety of devices and screen sizes. Many rumours about it made its way, but the main spill was in 2016 by the presence of a Github repository.

In the recent Google I/O conference, Google acknowledged that it is working on something. But even then it did not come clean about its plans. And made Fuchsia a name in a list of platforms supported by Flutter, which is Google’s cross platform app development framework.

Google Fuchsia.dev site has a lot of documentation. One of its page discusses Zircon, which is the microkernel at the heart of Fuchsia. But now also the link to the code repository isn’t functioning.

Google wants to reset its clock on mobile for Fuchsia and urge developers like the mobile app developers agency in NY to adopt and use this platform. And the company’s strategy was to open source this and encourage manufacturers to adopt it. This strategy paid off with immense market share. But with that came some intractable issues like fragmentation, malware and terrible UX.

Mobile operating systems die sooner or later. Kike webOS, Windows Mobile, Windows Phone, Blackberry OS. Now, Google wants Fuchsia to swallow android. But branding does not guarantee marketplace success. And the failure of Google Pixel phone is an evidence of it.

But due to the lack of options, maybe Google uses Fuchsia as its best bet. Also, if Fuchsia needs success then Google needs to convince third party developers that this new OS is worth it and is futuristic.

From television to the internet platform, Jonathan switched his journey in digital media with Bigtime Daily. He served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for Bigtime Daily by writing about the tech domain.

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Crypto Face Explains “shitcoin”

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Today, progressively more people invest their money into digital assets called shitcoins. The term ‘Shitcoin’ is popularly used to describe crypto tokens that lack value or real world application yet still offer huge growth potential. Shitcoins could be from any sector of crypto from AI projects to meme tokens. 

“Shitcoins” might not be the most enticing term, but within the realm of digital currencies, it denotes lesser-known, frequently overlooked cryptos that could present unexpected investing opportunities.

With meme coins like DOGE, PEPE, and BONK now taking up 10% of the total altcoin marketcap, it’s clear that the rise of the shitcoin is upon us in 2024. As the average person struggles more and more financially, their attitude towards gambling and risk-on investing increases. It’s yet to be seen whether this phenomenon is a byproduct of the world economy reaching its final stages of the “everything bubble” or if it is here to stay. 

The rise of shitcoin investing is not only proof of trying economic times but the start of a new conversation about “what is money?”. The world of finance was traditionally a white collar industry for seasoned market professionals, but if our leaders continue to treat the financial system as one big joke, it is no surprise that market participants respond in kind. 

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