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10 things to know about Android 10

Android 10 is here! With this release, we focused on making your everyday life easier with features powered by on-device machine learning, as well as supporting new technologies like Foldables and 5G. At the same time, with almost 50 changes related to privacy and security, Android 10 gives you greater protection, transparency, and control over your data. This builds on top of our ongoing commitment to provide industry-leading security and privacy protections on Android. We also built new tools that empower people of all abilities, and help you find the right balance with technology.

Here are the 10 things you should know, centered on innovation, security and privacy and digital wellbeing:

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."

Android provides specific Java API libraries to…