Breaking News: the blog is back! First, introductions: my name is Michael Smith, Ph.D. and I am the director of the Intel Academic Program. While I’ve had the opportunity to speak with many of our members over the last couple of months, I’d like to use this first blog post as an opportunity to share just a couple of my key experiences with the Academic Program over the summer.
Improving mathematics is a major educational challenge. Yet with new tablet computers, learning math can be much easier and effective.
With tablets and portable computers becoming more popular than ever, tablets are seen an imminent second wave of “must-have” technology for schoolchildren, according to the paper Tablets are Coming to a School Near You by Peter Osmon from the Department of Education and Professional Studies, King’s College London.
Remember tottering off to school with only your 10-inch digital tablet? Yeah, and nobody had acne, braces or glasses either. It may sound impossible, but coming to a backpack near you is not only a 10-inch Android solution, but a 7-inch solution based on the Intel® Atom architecture.
While businesses have relied on SEO-related text to help them market and sell products online, now online businesses are increasingly relying on images to help sell products and achieve greater ranking results.
In a world full of endless customer choices, software that meets end-user needs on an emotional level wins every time. With the launch of the new User Experience Innovation site, the Intel® Developer Zone helps you stay current with UX-centric design. The site offers answers to questions as to why app publishers and ISVs should focus their resources on developing amazing user experiences on Intel® Architecture, as well as what new platform experience capabilities are available or just around the corner.
I'm happy to announce the sixth part of our Re-imagining Apps for Ultrabook™ video series is now available. In this episode, we'll review the new technologies in Ultrabook computers that allow us rethink what desktop application design can be. Then we'll look at how Ultrabooks applications fit in to new multi-device use cases.
Most road maps for software development include a marketing plan that will expand the audience for the app, but few include a strategy for localization. Localization moves beyond simple translation, and results in an app that can be used seamlessly by a native speaker. It also expands the software’s audience by opening up markets in other locations. Though translators and developers often share a common goal, their processes can be at odds leading to a rocky localization process.