Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 4th Jan 2013 18:29 UTC
Google A blog post on the Free Software Foundation Europe site is making the rounds around the web. The blog post, written by Torsten Grote, claims that 'the Android SDK is now proprietary', because upon download, you have to agree to terms and conditions which are clearly not compatible with free and/or open source software. What Grote fails to mention - one, these terms have mostly always been here, and two, they only apply to the SDK binaries. The source is still freely available.
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The miracast support is all in the platform, however it requires significant support in the hardware and drivers to work -- they need to be able to run both video encoding and decoding at the same time, streaming and composited video from a second buffer rendered along-side the display to the encoder.

The photosphere feature is I believe part of Google's proprietary apps (same as Gmail, Google+, etc), not a part of the platform.

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