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How to Adapt to Screen Size

Luke W. shows how to avoid having to design for countless sizes – this is so much easier.

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The Now of Device Usage: Opportunities for Developers in 2016 and Beyond

Added 11/20/15

By Karen Marcus Recently, Intel UX Innovation Manager Dr. Daria Loi and her team conducted a study to determine how technology users around the world feel about their computing devices. The study, titled Current Usages: A Global Perspective, explored which devices are people’s favorites, which...

Intel® Hardware-based Security Technologies Bring Differentiation to Biometrics Recognition Applications Part 2

Added 11/20/15

Download PDF   [PDF 797KB] Link to Part 1 Contents High Performance and Security Software-Based Encryption by Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions and Intel® Secure Key7 Intel® Secure Key Intel® Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions Vitality Check by Intel®...

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 for mobile phone applications too. From playing games to scientific calculator utility and from mobile phone shopping applications for almost anything...

The Best of Both Worlds: Bringing Back the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications

Note: Please see the Intel® SDK for OpenCL™ Applications homepage for more information about our new SDK. Earlier this year, Intel made the decision to integrate OpenCL™ support into two software development suites: Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE) and Intel® Media...

Intel® Hardware-based Security Technologies Bring Differentiation to Biometrics Recognition Applications Part 1

Download PDF  [PDF 1 MB] Contents Why Biometric Recognition is BetterHow Biometric Recognition WorksThe Attack ModelHow Intel® Hardware-based Security Technologies Improve the Security of Biometrics Recognition Trusted Execution Environment with Intel® Software Guard Extensions What is TEE...

SQLCipher*: Compilation for Intel® x86 for the Android* Platform

Download  [PDF 488 KB] This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to build SQLCipher for Android on a Linux* host, with architecture settings to an Intel® x86 target. SQLCipher is an open source extension to SQLite* that provides transparent 256-bit AES encryption of database files....

CPU-Bound Offline Analysis with Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (GPA) - Platform Analyzer

Download  [PDF 1.26 MB] Intel® Graphics Performance Analyzers (Intel® GPA) Platform Analyzer visualizes the execution profile of the tasks in your code on the entire platform over time, on both the CPU and GPU. This helps you understand task-based issues within your game, enabling you to optimize...

Getting Started with the Crosswalk Project for Android

Bob Spencer from Intel's Open Source Technology Center explains how to set up a Linux development system for the Crosswalk Project. He also demonstrates building and deploying a web application bundled with Crosswalk to a mobile device. The Crosswalk Project

Intro to the Crosswalk Project

Bob Spencer from Intel's Open Source Technology Center introduces the Crosswalk Project: a web runtime for mobile and desktop web and hybrid applications that enables developers to use the latest web technologies across the broadest set of devices. The Crosswalk Project

How to Use the Crosswalk Project with Cordova Applications

Bob Spencer from Intel's Open Source Technology Center explains how to add Crosswalk to your Cordova applications to provide a predictable runtime with world class performance. The Crosswalk Project