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Develop a Project Ara Smartphone Clone, Win $100,000

The second day of the Google Developer's Conference brings a bounty hunt: the tech giant has announced a Project Ar...

Develop a Project Ara Smartphone Clone, Win $100,000

The second day of the Google Developer's Conference brings a bounty hunt: the tech giant has announced a Project Ara developer challenge, worth $100,000, reports Slash Gear. Apart from the money, the winning crew will also receive tickets to the next Ara developer event, that's going to take place this autumn.

 

Project Ara is the perfect phone, really, since it's built according to anyone's preferences and needs. Google's teams had a vision of the future of the smartphone, and that turned out to be a motherboard-like endoskeleton, on which you add the modules (phone parts), just as you would add pieces to a puzzle.

 

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And while Google is expecting bounty hunters for a future modular smartphone, the company itself is working on a super-speed 3D-printer, which will manufacture and assemble those customized modules. This ultra-fast machine is said to be 50 times faster than the traditional printer, and is said to print 600-dpi high-resolution colour images.

 

But, Google won't stop there: the tech titan wishes to find ways to enhance the battery life for its devices. Google is taking up another battery research project that will come up with longer running battery packs, for up to three times more power than its previous versions. On top of all of this modular wonder, this fall, Google plans to create an Android prototype with modular support.

 

I guess Google's vision is truly coming to life, with hardware and software solutions being constantly found in a creative and cost-effective way. So, seize the day, developers!

 

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