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Developing Android* Business Apps Using NFC Host-based Card Emulation Capabilities

Abstract This article discusses the new Android Host-based Card Emulation (HCE) feature and how to apply it in business apps. We will use HCE to...

Intel® Device Protection Technology and McAfee Mobile Security for Android*

Intel® Device Protection Technology Recent industry reports indicate Android* is the OS in more than 59 percent of laptops, tablets and smartphones...

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An eCryptfs-Based Solution for Securing Your Data on Android*

The threat to data on mobile devices is a serious issue. Android O/S and application developers work to ensure the security of the user’s data...

Android* Tutorial: Writing a Multithreaded Application using Intel® Threading Building Blocks

Recently we posted the “Windows* 8 Tutorial: Writing a Multithreaded Application for the Windows Store* using Intel® Threading Building Blocks”. ...

Android* Texture Compression

Last Updated February 24, 2017

Downloads Android Texture Compression [PDF 345KB] Introduction Applying an image, or texture, to a 2D or 3D model to enhance graphical detail is...

Intel® Mobile Development Kit for Android

Are you a middleware or mobile app developer? Use the Intel® Mobile Development Kit for Android* to create Android* apps that take advantage of the...

Introducing 4th Generation Intel® Atom™ Processor, BayTrail, to Android* Developers

Last Updated February 24, 2017

Download Abstract Intel has launched the 4th generation Intel® Atom™ processor, code-named “BayTrail”. This latest Atom processor is a multi-core...

Android IoT BigData Sketch Ideas

By Andrii T., Last Updated February 24, 2017

Andrii Trybynenko Senior Front-End Developer at Zultys Android & IoT & BigData Android Android + IoT and Big Data is a very wide range...

Dennis Strein

Develop Apps on Your Android Device with AIDE

By Dennis S., Last Updated February 24, 2017

AIDE is an Android app to develop apps using only your device. This article explains how to get started with expert level app development with AIDE.

Android Marshmallow and a Fresh Approach to App Permissions

Last Updated February 24, 2017

Tom Dawson Editor-in-Chief at Android Headlines Considering that our smartphones, no matter what operating system they run, end up performing a lot...

The Java* Application Component Workload for Android*: Real Java* Application Use Cases for Android*

Java* ACW for Android is a Java workload designed to stress real application components that in turn influence UX on Android Java-based applications...

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Creating a Search Field in Your Android app

Last Updated February 24, 2017

Nelson Glauber Senior Software Engineer at CESAR Search is a feature existing in a large number of Android applications. Providing a way to search...

2016 Prediction: Battling the 65k Limit

By Paul B., Last Updated February 24, 2017

2016 is the year of the method limit. Many hardened Android developer will already know this and will have been fighting the holy war for many years...

Tom Dawson

Intel, Android and Linux; The Lost Tablet

Last Updated February 24, 2017

Tom Dawson Editor-in-Chief at Android Headlines In the world of tablets, there is one King; the Apple iPad. Without Apple's fancy giant iPhone,...

Peach Pellen

Infographic: Android in 2015

Peach Pellen Chief Technology Officer at Platino This infographic highlights a few important Android statistics from 2015 One of the most...

Gregory Menvielle

Q&A with Android Developer Paul Blundell

Gregory Menvielle President at SmartNotify In this post, I interviewed developer Paul Blundell to gain some insight on his experience with Android...

Francisco Buitrago

How do I Get Started with My First Android App? 1/3

Francisco Buitrago Software Developer at Telefonica This is one of three posts where we will cover how you can develop your first app. This first...

Gregory Menvielle

Geolocation in Apps

Gregory Menvielle President at SmartNotify  

Easy Android* Maps Part 1

By Hafizh H., Last Updated February 24, 2017

Hafizh Herdi Founder at TWOH's Engineering Nowadays with more and more Android* apps using a location based and mapping technology, it’s become a...

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Useful ADB Commands

By Eric P., Last Updated February 24, 2017

Eric Payne Owner at Elite Computer Repair For this tutorial you will need to have ADB installed on your computer, your Android's USB Debugging set...

An Android Debugging Bridge Breakdown

By Eric P., Last Updated February 24, 2017

Eric PayneOwner at Elite Computer Repair ADB, by itself, is NOT a program or application. It's actually part of a much larger program, Android...

Techniques to Improve Your Mobile Application

Top 7 Innovative Techniques to Improve Your Mobile Application

Daniel Kaufman Co-Founder at Brooklyn Labs The actual achievements of any mobile app are reliant upon how its development and marketing occurs. Any...

Dealing with Android* Fragmentation

Peach Pellen Chief Technology Officer at Platino* A look at how Android* developers can better deal with fragmentation As this Android infographic...

Future of App Development

Future of App Development - The Hot Trends to Follow

Daniel Kaufman Co-Founder at Brooklyn Labs Formerly it was said that there is nothing that Google doesn’t know, however, this verity is now true...

Choose a Mobile App Development Agency

4 Tips on How to Choose a Mobile App Development Agency

Daniel Kaufman Co-Founder at Brooklyn Labs Several businesses have discovered the need of having a mobile workforce, which simply works between the...

The Future of Android*

The Future of Android*: Android N the Future of Things to Come in Open Source

Daniel Kaufman Co-Founder at Brooklyn Labs To the casual Android* user, there are not many changes that can disrupt the platforms future. But the...

Adding x86 Support to Android* Apps Using the Unity* Game Engine

The Unity gaming engine now supports x86 on Android, here is how you add support to your games and applications.

Intel® INDE Media for Mobile Tutorials - Video Capturing for Qt* Quick Applications on Android*

This tutorial explains how to use Intel® INDE Media for Mobile to add video capturing capability to Qt Quick applications on Android....

Intel® INDE for Google Android* Studio

Intel INDE for Google Android Studio.pdf (996.9 KB) Download Now Introduction This article walks you through a simple example showing how to use...

BKMs: Gameloft and Intel Discuss Game Dev and Porting to Android

In this article, Gameloft and Intel discuss BKMs for game dev and porting. Gameloft provides a number of tips for enabling simultaneous development...

Developing Mobile Game Graphics for Intel® Architecture-Based Android* Tablets, Part 2

Last Updated February 24, 2017

By: Clay Montgomery In the conclusion of this two-part series, I detail the best 3D game engine and middleware solutions for Android* tablets,...

Intel® INDE Media for Mobile Tutorials - Video Capturing for Unity3d* Applications on Android*

This tutorial explains how to use Intel® INDE Media for Mobile to add video capturing capability to Unity applications on Android. Prerequisites:...

Porting Guide for Unity* Game on Intel® Architecture for China Market

With the growth in mobile market share of Intel® processors in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), developers want to know how to enable their...

Analyzing the Performance of C/C++ and Debugging OpenGL ES* Frames on Mainstream x86 and ARM* Android* Devices

Download PDF Introduction When developing an Android* application, you usually need to test, optimize, and debug on many different platforms. While...

Creating your first HTML5 spaceship game for the Android* OS on Intel® Architecture

I'm certain most of us have some insane or not so insane video game plans in mind. The majority of these thoughts are never acted on as many people...

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