Featured: Sony Opening Sources For Android Developers

Sony seems to be making some new friends in the Android world these days, specifically ROM developers. In a move to not only give developers a tremendous amount of access to sensor software, Sony is also hoping that software improvements work their way back to the source code. Essentially, everybody benefits.

The software going open source is the sensor framework, referred to as DASH (Dynamic Android Sensor HAL). According to

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