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Introducing the New, Redesigned Android Zone

We are proud to announce that the Android Zone here on the Intel Developer Zone has been completely redesigned, with a focused, simple approach and a fully responsive design, so it looks great on every device. Check it out, and tell everyone you know who makes Android apps! http://software.intel....

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hackTECH: Intel's First Major League Hackathon

hackTECH: Intel’s First Major League Hackathon Hailed as the largest ever hackathon on the west coast, hackTECH ran from Friday January 24th at 9:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. on Sunday.  Approximately 1500 students (registered, more like 1200 in actual attendance) from over 50 schools created projects...

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Flight with the Navigator | Making “The Big Change” – Again, E4

  The idea of a smartphone that doesn't require a data plan is neither mine alone nor a new concept to me. I found Scratch* Wireless because I was looking for the service. So during the quest dear daughter number one mentioned a must-have on her always with her portable device - Navigation....

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It HAS to be a Phone | Making “The Big Change” – Again, E3

It HAS to be a Phone | Making “The Big Change” – Again, E3 My Photon Q's First Snapshot       I unboxed the phone Tuesday night; performed the requisite 3 hour charge; followed on-screen instructions to activate (the financial stuff comes with the registration/buying the phone) - so a...

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Improve Your App’s Sound with the Dolby* Audio API

  Whether you’re developing a game or an app that uses music or video, one thing that can make your creation stand out is great audio quality. Creating an impressive sound experience just got easier with the Dolby* Audio API. The free Dolby Audio API allows apps to leverage Dolby’s audio...

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Holy teleportation, Batman!* | Making “The Big Change” – Again, E 2

  The trip took 20 minutes! Bezos thinks he needs drones, FedEx looks to have trumped his drone with a transporter. Ordered Friday afternoon, on Tuesday morning the phone is 7 miles from my house. The Amex bill won’t arrive for another month!   Glad I ordered a $5 cover for it already. CoverON...

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Making “The Big Change” – Again, Episode 1

The bio on my day job publications mentions I have friends’ who call me Mr. Gidget-Gadget so it should come as no surprise that on occasion I change technology paths. The latest transition will begin sometime this week when I get my new mobile smartphone. I ordered a Motorola* Photon Q* 4G* LTE*....

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Editor's App Picks January 2014 - Best of SYAP

We recently launched the "Share Your App Project" on the Intel Developer Zone as a way to encourage developers to share emerging and innovative app projects with our community.  Each month we will recognize standout apps for being innovative, creative and effectively using technology and tools.  If...

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Who is buying the most apps, and where?

A new study out from Distimo this week, who made the report in partnership with Wandoujia, a leading mobile content search engine for Android users in China, authoritatively concludes that Asia is now the world’s top marketplace for apps, and that by a large margin when compared to other markets....

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Free to play games continue to dominate other app monetization models

A report out from Super Data Research this week, whose data is collected directly from publishers and developers and builds on the digital point of sale data from millions of gamers, ranked the top earners worldwide for free to play games. Topping the list was Tencent’s CrossFire and League of...

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