Your PC is an amazing peace of kit, it’s amazing because no other computing platform is as versatile and no other platform is so open for innovation. You can buy hardware for it from thousands of vendors, you can hook it up to just about any display or input device and you can make it do just about anything. While maybe no longer being the latest buzzword, the combination of screen, mouse and keyboard, is still the best way to be productive, get a headshot or to create the next software wonder. Whatever cool mobile app or console game you think is the hot stuff, it was conceived on a PC.
É com imensa satisfação que anuncio a criação da comunidade de desenvolvimento de apps com HTML5 no Intel Developer Zone, com todo o conteúdo disponibilizado em Português.
Some people like to get a head start on their 2013 predictions and get a jump on the rest of us. (Ok.. I'll admit... I'm a ~month late!) So here's my gift to you. I'll go wayyy out on a limb & do some 2014 predictions.
So I'm going to take my gloves off a bit on this blog. Prepare yourselves! :-)
One of the biggest things I'm getting very sick and tired of reading about lately is all the news talking about how the video games industry is down. Really? That's at best only partially accurate. Want the accurate way this should be reading? Here it is:
The Console Video Games Industry is WAY down. The PC Video Games Industry continues to thrive and grow.
There is an interesting new feature that has been introduced in Windows 8. This new feature allows the desktop to rotate as you rotate your tablet and/or Ultrabook with sensors. I recently ran into an interesting situation with a popular game that we were recently working on so I thought I would share our learnings here.
The feature is called auto-rotate and it changes the screen orientation from landscape to portrait to the flipped versions of those two when you physically rotate your Ultrabook system.