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Building Android* Middleware Libraries for x86 Devices Using the Android NDK

There are many middleware libraries out there that developers are using to build great Android apps.  The app may have been released some time ago in the Google* Play store and the library may have only supported arm devices at that time.  Did you know you could reach a larger audience for your app...

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Global Droidcon Sponsorship Broadens Intel® Software Visibility

 In 2014, we wrote about our success stories  at the Droidcons , the premier Android* conferences for software developers.  Intel is typically a key participant at the largest of these conferences, and continues to establish sound relationships with key software developers in the industry in order...

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Indie Game Month Introduces Game Development to Phoenix Comicon

We recently teamed up with Game CoLab, a local game development incubator, to organize 4 events across the majority of May 2015.  This series of pilot events, dubbed “Indie Game Month” was geared towards opening the world of self-driven game development to new developers by augmenting their skills...

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Intel Software Day 2015 - Salvador (Conteúdo)

The Intel Software Brazil held on 12 and 13 June 2015 the Intel Software Day 2015. This year the event moved from air and was held in Salvador, being welcomed by Senai - Cimatec . and its excellent infrastructure During the event were held five trails of lectures focusing on Android, RealSense /...

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Porting Chrome* Apps to Mobile Using Crosswalk and Apache Cordova*

Chrome* Apps can run on any platform where Chrome is available, which covers almost all of the desktop platforms out there. This is not the case for mobile platforms, which often use a different app hosting model and have their own app stores.  As Chrome apps are built using browser based...

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C4W (CodeForWomen) in Córdoba, Argentina

Intel Argentina organized and executed the first developer event 100% dedicated to women in Argentina. The June 4th event focused on Android* training including Intel tools (HAXM, XDK, etc) and cloud testing Services. The event included also great inspirational keynotes from our female managers...

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Don’t make these 4 common developer mistakes

Don’t make these 4 common developer mistakes After hours of coding, countless sleepless nights, a lot of excitement and maybe a little frustration, you’re finally ready to release your app. After a few weeks, you realise it’s not performing as well as you’d hoped it would – only a few people have...

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June 2015 Hardware Seeding Contest - Win one of 10 Android Tablets

This month’s hardware seeding contest is for one of ten (10) Acer Iconia Tab 8 (model A1-840FHD) Android tablets with a quad core Intel® Atom™ Z3745 processor. That means ten game devs will walk away with one each! These tablets have a 1900x1200 8" screen, 2GB of RAM, and are fully 64-bit capable....

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Computer Vision Fun with Intel(R) INDE OpenCV

UPDATE: Intel® Integrated Native Developer Experience (Intel® INDE) OpenCV beta has ended and no longer available.  Stay tuned for additional updates. In the meantime, download OpenCV from http://opencv.org.  If you want to get started with exploring Computer Vision algorithms, the best place to...

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How to Survive a Hackathon

How to prepare for and survive a hackathon Hackathons are exciting, yet daunting; challenging, yet fun. They’re an environment where like-minded people come together to creatively solve problems while meeting new people and learning new tricks. Whether it’s your first or tenth hackathon, there...

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