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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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Trials & Triumphs of Market Validation – A Case Study

Every so often, we come across an article that sums up an idea so well, we just have to share it - this article is just that. Kaloyan Yankulo gives us an inside look at how he went about validating his idea for HeadReach with a small test group, committing minimal time and resources. Here are a...

Release Notes - Intel® XDK

Supported Systems: For a full list of systems supported by the Intel® XDK please review Intel XDK Supported Systems.   Intel® XDK - Update - 2016 April 20 v3240 Note: Our automatic updater will notify existing Intel XDK users when the update is available within the Intel XDK. The updates will be...

Improve the Security of Android* Applications using Hooking Techniques: Part 2

Added 04/18/16

Download PDF  [PDF 1.2 MB] Contents Go To Part 1 ›› Study of the PIC Code in libtest_PIC.so Hook Solution Case Study – a Hook-Based Protection Scheme in Android Conclusion References About the Author Study of the PIC Code in libtest_PIC.so If the object is compiled in PIC mode, relocation...

Using Java code to detect device

This article will talk about how to using Java code to detect device. Please kindly use ro.product.cpu.abilist and check every entry in it.    recommand "getprop ro.product.cpu.abilist", which will return x86 or x86_64 for intel architecture devices.   Sample code       try {        ...

Improve the Security of Android* Applications using Hooking Techniques: Part 1

Download PDF  [PDF 1.1 MB] Contents Common Security Risks in Android Android Application and Package Overview Risk Awareness in Android Development Hooking Technique Overview What is Hooking? Implementing Hooking Inline Redirection Symbol Table Redirection Study of the Non-PIC Code in...

Go To Market! GTM Plan? What It Is & Why You Need One

In every developer’s life, there comes a magical moment in time—when your product is finally released. While there is a lot that goes into building the product, when it comes to release time, it’s not quite as simple as throwing your product out there and waiting to see what happens—you need a...

Intel® Collaboration Suite for WebRTC Simplifies Adding Real-Time Communication to Your Applications

Added 04/07/16

Download PDF  [PDF 569 KB] Overview Web-based real-time communication (WebRTC) is an open standard proposed by both World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) that allows browser-to-browser applications to support voice calling, video chat, and peer-to-peer (P2P) ...

2016 Intel® University Games Showcase

Download Document Q: What do the following things have in common? A multiplayer game set in a demon-possessed carnival town that uses split screen as a novel and fundamental game mechanic A game where cute but bloodthirsty octopi take out senior citizens accompanied by happy elevator music A 3D...

RealSense enabled robots are coming from Intel and Segway

If you take a look at the Intel corporate overview, we proudly state that "Intel fosters innovation worldwide." Furthermore, if you glance at our vision statement, we say "Through computing innovation, we push the boundaries of smart and connected technology to make amazing experiences possible for...

Value What? Why You Need a Value Proposition & How to Write One

Your value proposition—a single sentence that helps communicate what you do, who you do it for, and why you do it—defines your product. Not only does it communicate the literal definition of your product or app, but it can also help guide you as you continue the development of your product,...