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Android Things* on Intel® Architecture
By Jen c.Posted 01/29/20180
Android Things* is an operating system from Google used to build connected devices for the Internet of Things. In June 2017, Intel announced it discontinued Intel® Edison compute modules, Intel® Joule™ compute modules, and their associated developer kits.
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ndk-build error after Intel® C++ Compiler integration with Android* NDK r16
By yang-wang (Intel)Posted 11/28/20170
Issue description There is an issue discovered with integration of Intel® C++ compiler toolchains into Android NDK r16. After integration of Intel® System Studio 2018 with Android NDK r16, if NDK_TOOLCHAIN is not set explicitly in the or from ndk-build option, you would see the e...
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Video Guide of Getting Started Remote Profiling To Android* System with VTune™ and SoCWatch
By JONG IL P. (Intel)Posted 11/16/20170
  This video has how to get started remote profiling with VTune™ and SoCWatch in Intel® System Studio 2018. Please see the attached video guide. (1) Contents (2) Configuration of remote profiling to Android system with Intel System Studio 2018 (3) Video Guide click here to download the vi...
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Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM)
By adminPosted 09/08/20179
A brief description of the Intel® Hardware Accelerated Execution Manager (Intel® HAXM)--a hardware-assisted virtualization engine--and supported systems.
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Showcase Your Work on Developer Mesh
By Bob Duffy (Intel)Posted 04/26/20170
Developer websites like the Intel® Developer Zone provide amazing tools, resources and support.  However, too often what is missing from developer communities, is context to what the developer community is actually working on.  Not only is the community in the dark but the host who is working t...
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By Huang, Chao (Intel)Posted 12/06/20160
As VR becomes a popular consumer product, more and more VR contents come out. From recent investment, lots of users love VR devices without wires, like AIO devices or Mobile devices. For these devices, it is not charging during playing so developers need to take special care of application power....
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How to use Intel® Energy Profiler in Intel® System Studio
By Pallavi K. (Intel)Posted 09/19/20160
Introduction Intel® Energy Profiler is a feature of Intel® VTune™ Amplifier for Systems, a component in Intel® System Studio that provides visualization and analysis capabilities for data imported from SoC Watch and other collectors. It uses the Intel® SoC Watch command-line tool to collect metr...
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Case Study: The “Smartphone as Next-Gen Automotive Infotainment” Concept
By Mikio S. (Intel)Posted 08/10/20160
The “Smartphone as Next-Gen Automotive Infotainment" concept consists of several apps that are optimized for Intel® processor-based Android* devices, or incorporated with the Intel® Context Sensing SDK. In this article, we introduce several development examples such as 64-bit Android optimization...
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Do You Need a Website for Your App?
By Singh, Niven (Intel)Posted 07/28/20160
When people start a new business or product, one of the first things they usually do is put up a website. But does your app need one? Your app will primarily be downloaded from an app store, and interacted with on devices—and website’s cost money to build and maintain. On the other hand, a websit...
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Outfit7 Celebrates Success on Their Own Developer's Journey
By adminPosted 07/17/20160
The rules for mobile apps and games are changing. Consider the case of Outfit7, creator of the Talking Tom and Friends franchise, which is based on the simple talk-back concept. The primary goal was to take advantage of multi-platform support that now includes the Universal Windows Platform (UWP)...
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