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Briefly: Dell's Venue 7 and 8 tablets, Braintree relaunches SDK

updated 07:26 pm EDT, Wed July 9, 2014

Dell's new Venue and 8 tablets now available for purchase online

Dell's new Venue 7 and 8 tablets are now available for purchase through Dell.com. Announced at Computex last month, the Android-based tablets feature a thin design with an easy-grip textured back, intended for use while travelling. The tablets are both Bluetooth-enabled, run Android 4.4 KitKat OS, and feature MAXXAudio Mobile by Waves sound output. The seven-inch version is priced at $160, and the eight-inch is available for $200.



Braintree relaunches its SDK, features PayPal integration

Braintree payment service has announced that it will reboot its SDK, offering support for PayPal payment option as well as a new UI. The integration of PayPal can be done by adding code to position the PayPal button in one's checkout flow, and then sending the resulting token from the server to Braintree. Its new front-end support makes adding payments faster for its clients, and developers can now drop in and customize the firm's existing UI across desktop, Web, mobile Web and native apps. The new SDK is entitled "v.zero," with the name's sentiment insinuating a fresh start.



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