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Inspiring Android* Developers at AnDevCon with Intel® Technologies

Intel® Software helped illuminate the skyline of Boston with a premier sponsorship of AnDevCon – The Android Developers Conference. Offering mobile app development training, tutorials, classes and exhibits, AnDevCon lays claim to the biggest, most info-packed, most practical Android conference in...

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2014 Intel Buzz Workshop Series

2014 Intel Buzz Workshop Series Be Innovation! HOLD THE DATE San Francisco - Wednesday, July 16th, 2014   The 2014 Intel Buzz Workshop series is back by popular demand! This series of community workshops is designed to help professional game developers tackle the gaming industry's biggest...

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Developers Gain App Exposure With Intel® Events

This past year, Intel® has hosted CodeFests, webinars, and hackathons for Android* developers in various locations around the world. These events are technical sessions with hands-on development time, intended to equip developers to learn more about improving their Android app performance, try new...

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Editor’s App Picks March 2014

Here at the Intel Developer Zone, we’ve launched an exciting platform called the "Share Your App Project”, a great way for interested developers to share what they’re working on with the greater developer community. Every month, we plan to recognize a few apps for innovation, creativity, and...

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Meshcentral.com - Android Applications, TURN, OSX improvements

In the last week, the team has been hard at work and today we have many more features to announce. First, I want to thank everyone running Mesh servers and are giving us feedback. Many more bugs and fixes have been fixed because of reports and more to come as we are working on a new release of...

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Session Videos from the Bay Area Android Fest

On April 12, 2014, Intel was proud to host 300+ of our closes developer friends from the Bay Area at our Santa Clara, California headquarters for the Bay Area Android Fest. This "mini-conference" had an amazing lineup of speakers, presenters, and panels from companies like Google, Twitter, and...

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Project Anarchy: Quick start development demos

Whether you’re just getting started in the game development space, or you’re an old hand looking for some new tools to use that will help you compete without breaking the bank in the process, you’ll want to check out Project Anarchy, a free mobile game development suite available for developers...

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Live Q&A on Android UX Best Practices with Theresa Neil on April 18

We're going to try something new that should be a lot of fun - a live video broadcast and Q&A on Android User Experience Best Practices with expert designer Theresa Neil. Ask your questions via Twitter before or during the event, and they could get answered on the air. Here are all the details...

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Interview with Dr. YingLiang Ma, Founder of EducationMobile

This week, Dr. YingLiang Ma, founder and CEO of EducationMobile (www.edumobapp.com), graciously took a few minutes out of a busy schedule to let us know what his development studio is working on, his thoughts on the current mobile development landscape, and his plans for current and future app...

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Meshcentral.com - Android WebRTC audio/video for tech support

Today we are very happy to announce a new Meshcentral feature aimed squarely at the Android remote support scenarios. Rick Edgecombe has been working hard on the Android WebRTC audio/video communication for technical support. Launched with the latest version of the Mesh Android Agent on Google...

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