Remember Project Ara? We haven’t heard much about it since Motorola revealed its existence back in October, exciting us with the real possibility that one day we will be able to effectively build and customize phones to suit our tastes. As it turns out, the Advanced Technology and Projects team (now owned by Google) is still working full-steam ahead. Today they’ve announced the first Ara Developers’ Conference, which will take place online from April 15 – 16th.
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Google Announces Project Ara Developers’ Conference, Taking Place Online Via Live Webstream April 15-16th was written by the awesome team at Android Police.