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Trending on IoT: Our Top 10 Intel IoT Developer stories
By Gerlene (Intel) Posted on 06/19/15 0
Our team of software developers, experts, partners and enthusiasts have continuously shared innovative and exciting ideas in the Intel® IoT Developer Zone. This month we’ve compiled a list of our 10 most popular IoT stories to guide you through the latest projects in the IoT space. Control your ...
See the world like a Terminator T-800. Augmented Reality with Oculus Rift.
By Martin Förtsch Posted on 06/19/15 0
The challenge The hardware hacking team from TNG Technology Consulting GmbH started to work on a device which is capable to do full field of view augmented reality in March 2015 when the company’s winter retreat was taking place. The mobile “TNG Augmented Rift” is a full field of view Augment...
Sparking Real-Time Analytics, Igniting Real-Time Intelligence
By Mike Pearce (Intel) Posted on 06/18/15 0
At the Spark Summit in San Francisco, Michael Greene announced the release of  Streaming SQL for Apache Spark*, part of a project to develop a complete open source framework for streaming analytics and making these capabilities pervasive. This release is the latest milestone in our initiative wit...
The Industry Is Taking Notice of Design Thinking
By Roger Chandler (Intel) Posted on 06/17/15 0
Design thinking has been gaining a lot of attention in the industry, with myriad books, articles, documentaries, and videos being produced on the topic. It is a process that was developed by leading design firms, and is now being taught by top schools like Stanford University, with methods borrow...
Intel Software Day 2015 - Salvador (Conteúdo)
By Edu Carrara (Intel) Posted on 06/16/15 1
A Intel Software Brasil realizou nos dias 12 e 13 de Junho de 2015 o Intel Software Day 2015. Nesta edição o evento mudou de ares e foi realizado em Salvador, sendo recepcionado pelo Senai - Cimatec e sua excelente infra estrutura. Durante o evento foram realizadas cinco trilhas de palestras com...
Porting Chrome* Apps to Mobile Using Crosswalk and Apache Cordova*
By Ashok Emani (Intel) Posted on 06/15/15 0
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 technol...
June 2015 Intel® XDK Update Blog
By jhwolf (Intel) Posted on 06/15/15 1
Over the past several months we have been busy focusing on quality and security improvements in the Intel® XDK, and changing our User Forums and sign-on over to use Intel’s standard infrastructure.  This month, though, we are releasing a few new features in the Intel XDK to help shore up a few th...
User Space Networking Fuels NFV Performance
By Thomas K. (Intel) Posted on 06/12/15 0
It is an exciting time to be a software developer in the networking space and as the roles of engineer are changing so too are the rules. For 15 years, the traditional thinking behind high performance networking has been to take all the packet processing functionality and push as much as possibl...
C4W (CodeForWomen) in Córdoba, Argentina
By MATTHEW H. (Intel) Posted on 06/11/15 0
June 4th Intel Argentina organized and executed the first developer event 100% dedicated to women in Argentina. This event was the kick-off of a series of technical training consisting of 10 Android* technical classes of 4 hours each that will start on Q3 and also our first experience on event of that kind.
Advanced Computer Concepts for the (Not So) Common Chef: Memory Hierarchy: Of Registers, Cache & Memory
By Taylor K. (Intel) Posted on 06/11/15 0
After introducing this series of blogs, we established some basic processor and threading terminology. In the last blog, we laid the foundation of our kitchen analogy. We noted that a program is equivalent to a recipe, and that the different architectural features of a modern processor, e.g., pip...
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Intel® IoT Developer Kit v1.0 is here
By Ajay Mungara (Intel) Posted on 02/20/15 22
The new Intel® IoT Developer Kit v1.0 software components are available now for immediate download on the Software Downloads page (as of March 5, 2015). I am pleased to announce the release of the Intel® IoT Developer Kit v1.0. A follow-on to the original beta release supporting Intel® Galileo a...
Intel and MeeGo
By gunjan-rawal (Intel) Posted on 02/11/11 22
Originally published by Suzy Ramirez here By now you’ve probably heard that today, Nokia announced a new relationship with Windows focused around handsets and Windows 7. While Nokia mentioned they will still participate in the MeeGo ecosystem and ship a MeeGo-based product this year, they outline...
Game Engines for Android*
By Nathan Totura (Intel) Posted on 09/18/13 22
With Android continually increasing in popularity it is always interesting to take a look at the latest collection of game engines available for the paltform. I am also further intersted in seeing which game engines include x86 support since the number of Intel x86 based mobile devices continue t...
Announcing Intel IoT Developer Kit
By Ajay Mungara (Intel) Posted on 09/08/14 21
I am pleased to announce the launch of Intel® IoT Developer Kit (beta) - a complete set of hardware and software resources for creating innovative IoT solutions.  IoT dev kit is part of a larger Intel IoT developer program targeted at hobbyists, students and entrepreneurial developers. In additio...
Adding Multi-Touch Support in Unity* Windows* Apps
By steve-hughes (Intel) Posted on 11/07/12 20
Someone asked me recently how to take advantage of multi touch in Unity apps running on Windows 7 & Windows 8 desktop.  I remember saying things like “it should be really easy”, and “Someone must have done that” and “go look for a plugin”.  He came back and told me he couldn’t find one, so I ...
How I Set Up My Netbook to Dual Boot Win 7 & MeeGo
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 11/02/10 20
My Step By Step Process To A Dual Boot Netbook I'm not super awesome when it comes to mucking around with a BIOS or setting up a dev build. But since I know MeeGo is new, and many of you will be doing this, and like me probably have not set up a dual boot since the 1990's I thought I'd give it a...
Let us talk about HECI and LMS
By admin Posted on 01/24/07 20
Host Embedded Controller Interface (HECI ) driver is a software interface that is used to communicate to the AMT subsystem (Management Engine) to access AMT capabilities. Communication between the local host operating system (OS) and the ME is accomplished by means of the HECI driver. HECI is bi-...
An example to show performance data for different implementations of Pi calculating
By Peter Wang (Intel) Posted on 01/22/09 20
Last time I posted the topic – "Compare Windows* threads, OpenMP*, Intel® Threading Building Blocks for parallel programming" </en-us/blogs/2008/12/16/compare-windows-threads-openmp-intel-threading-building-blocks-for-parallel-programming >, and listed their advantages and disadvantages.   ...
How to integrate Intel AppUp™ SDK and create RPM package for MeeGo* applications
By Dmitry Rizshkov Posted on 03/30/11 20
In this article I will show you how to prepare your MeeGo* app to be validated in the Intel AppUpSM Center. This article is based on the project from my another article Modern mobile applications with Qt* and QML. No changes will be made in the project source code. Thanks to Qt*, our Windows* app...
Go Parallel
By Dmitry Vyukov Posted on 06/18/13 20
This is a first post in a series of posts about parallel programming with Go language. What is Go? You may ask. Go is a language with the cutest mascot ever: As you may see, it also supports parallel programming: as well as concurrent programming: I am sure you are already excited by the langu...

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