The following tutorials show how you can use the Intel® Cloud Services SDK with Apache Cordova (formerly called PhoneGap) to create Android or iOS mobile applications. These tutorials demonstrate adding Cloud Services login functionality to your apps using the SDK, but you can take advantage of many other Cloud Services capabilities as well. See the Cloud Services SDK API Reference for details.
This article, the continuation of a two-part series, discusses the barriers that exist to porting OpenGL games to the Google Android platform. You should recognize these barriers before undertaking a game porting project, including differences in OpenGL extensions, floating-point support, texture compression formats, and the OpenGL Utility Library (GLU). Setting up your Android development system for Intel® Atom™ processors and getting the best possible performance from the Android virtual device emulation tools with OpenGL ES are also covered.
Great opportunity exists in porting games and other applications that make extensive use of 3D graphics through OpenGL standards to Google Android devices, including those built on the Intel® Atom™ microarchitecture because of the availability of games, game engines, and other legacy software based on OpenGL; the portability that OpenGL provides; and Android’s evolving support for OpenGL ES and C/C++. Many OpenGL-based game titles and engines are even available as open source, like Id Software’s Quake series.
Release notes for Intel® SDK for OpenCL* Applications XE 2013 Beta
Contribute to the Intel® AcademicProgram & EAPF Curriculum Lightning Round at SIGCSE 2013.
Now is the chance to let your voice be heard. We are accepting applications to particapte in the next EAPF/Intel Curriculum Lightning Round. This is a great way to swap ideas with your peers and showcase your innovative teaching ideas. It is alot of fun and there may be prize opportunities.
Intel® Cluster Ready makes high-performance clusters simpler to select, deploy and maintain.
High-performance computing clusters are becoming increasingly important for optimizing and accelerating product development workflows, even in small and medium sized businesses. With an in-house cluster, engineering and design teams can simulate, analyze and visualize even their most complex, data-intensive models quickly and accurately. They can evaluate more design options in less time to deliver better products faster and at lower cost.
This sample demonstrates the concepts explained in the blog by Gael Hofemeier at http://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/2012/10/16/developing-for-intel-smart-connect-technology. The blog discusses what Intel Smart Connect Technology is and how applications can take advantage of it by detecting and responding to the associated power transitions. This sample focuses on detecting the change in power and network connectivity.