The new Intel® HTML5 Development Environment gives developers a framework of tools that enables them to create apps faster and more efficiently than with basic HTML5. In the process, Intel is spurring the HTML5 market, which spans everything from phones to cars to notebooks.
Read how Greenway PrimeMOBILE*, an innovative mobile electronic health-records app, and Microsoft Windows* 8 take a big step in transforming healthcare delivery.
Learn the inside story on IdeaPhone K900, Lenovo's new Android powered smartphone. Built with the latest Intel® Atom™ processor, the IdeaPhone K900 brings a new level of sophistication and performance to markets around the globe starting this spring in China.
As portable devices trend toward smaller, more powerful platforms, consumers are moving between multiple devices throughout the day to access digital content, and they want this content delivered seamlessly across multiple screens and platforms. Learn how consumer multi-screen behavior and advanced technologies such as the cloud, 4G wireless technologies, HTML5, and global access to apps are creating exciting new opportunities—and challenges—for app developers.
Intel’s Achin Bhowmik, Director of Perceptual Computing, announces a USD $1M developer challenge to add human-like senses to your next code base, using the Perceptual Computing SDK beta. The SDK is free to download, and supports speech recognition, face analysis, and more.
While mobile communication is undergoing a paradigm shift, McAfee and Intel are doing their best to head off potential security disasters. Get insights from McAfee on where hackers might be heading, and on anti-malware software and hardware-based security developments.
At CTIA 2012, we uncovered the latest news and details on the launch of the Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) for Android*.
Intel's Smartphone Reference design certainly drew a crowd at CTIA 2012. The power of the Intel® processor was clear as we experienced an optimized viewing experience of the new Immortals movie and then panned through a 360-degree view of the busy streets of New Orleans’s French Quarter.