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Mashery APIs with Intel Edison with Intel® XDK
By REX ST JOHN (Intel) Posted on 10/26/14 0
In this article I will be demonstrating how to create a basic Node.js application using Intel Mashery's JamBase API with Intel Edison and XDK. You will find accompanying GitHub source in the provided repo. Getting Started First, you will need to install the latest Intel XDK environment. Specifi...
Chromium Ozone-GBM explained
By TIAGO VIGNATTI (Intel) Posted on 10/23/14 0
This blog post has been republished from 01.org. About a year ago Ozone platform abstraction layer started to take its shape in Chromium* and we were excited how easily we could support Wayland platform using it. Everything went great and we helped a few Chromium targets like Crosswalk to debut ...
Intel® RealSense™ Blog Series: Music, game development, and more with developer Stefan Sadchikov
By Wendy Boswell (Intel) Posted on 10/22/14 0
Intel® RealSense™ technology makes it possible for our digital worlds to interact with our physical, organic worlds in meaningful ways. Many of the projects that developers are creating step across boundaries that just a few years ago would have been impossible to imagine. The RealSense™ App Cha...
Intel® IoT Roadshow: Recap from Munich
By Wendy Boswell (Intel) Posted on 10/21/14 0
This last weekend, over one hundred makers and developers got together in Munich, Germany for an Intel® IoT Roadshow. As announced at IDF, this fall, Intel® is bringing ten IoT Roadshow events to developer communities across the United States, Europe, South America, and Asia. A total of seventeen...
NexStreaming NexPlayer SDK is now fully compatible and optimized for Intel devices
By Tao Wang (Intel) Posted on 10/21/14 0
Intel and NexStreaming are proud to announce that all NexStreaming software development kits (SDKs) are now fully compatible and optimized for x86 devices. Developers can now integrate the x86 libraries into their applications to give users the fast and responsive video player experience. Intel...
How to Ensure You Are Using Intel® HAXM for Android* Emulator
By Ashok Emani (Intel) Posted on 10/20/14 0
First time users of Intel® HAXM can occasionally run into situations where they are not sure if their Android* emulator is in fact using HAXM technology. This article will provide the necessary steps to verify that you are in fact using HAXM technology. Once you have Intel® HAXM for Android emul...
Meshcentral - Improved Android Agent + Mesh Security Update
By ylian-saint-hilaire (Intel) Posted on 10/20/14 0
The mesh team has been hard at work and this week it’s Rick Edgecombe’s turn to shine with his release of the latest Mesh Agent for Android on the Google Play store. The improvements touch many aspects of the Android agent and so, we will have to look at this in detail: Local video controls an...
Android & AGKV2 - A Powerful Combination For Developers
By Lee Bamber Posted on 10/18/14 0
It's the weekend, and I always like to give myself some freedom away from the 'day job' whenever possible, and today I decided to play around with a product we are due to release on Steam before the end of this year called AGK2. It's origins go back a few years now but the principal is simple, wh...
Intel® RealSense™ Blog Series: Visual 3D Performance and More with Developer Philipp Drieger
By Wendy Boswell (Intel) Posted on 10/17/14 0
The RealSense™ App Challenge 2014 is an exciting competition meant to spur developers from all over the world to forge new ground in the field of perceptual computing. Voice control, gesture recognition, facial analysis, and augmented reality are just some of the ideations we’re looking forward t...
Intel's new Game Developer Community!
By Mitchell Lum (Intel) Posted on 10/16/14 1
Hello Game Developers!   I’m very excited to announce that we have a brand new community on the Intel Developer Zone, just for game devs: http://software.intel.com/gamedev   The goal of the Game Developer Community on IDZ is to make Intel the #1 technology partner for game and graphics develo...
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You Are In a Maze of Twisty Little Passages, All Alike
By Steve Lionel (Intel) Posted on 08/22/07 4
MAGIC WORD XYZZYFor computer geeks of a certain age, such as yours truly, it was an opportunity to relive the glorious past when Dennis Jerz announced that an early 1977 version of Will Crowther's Adventure game source code had been discovered. Adventure was one of the first puzzle-exploration ga...
The way to becoming an Intel Black Belt Software Developer
By Andrey Karpov Posted on 02/08/12 4
The Intel company holds a lot of specialist training programs, carries out programming contests, invites people to meetings and free conferences. Unfortunately, we often miss such events, and one gets upset on knowing that he/she did not participate in an already finished event. By the way, parti...
Doctor Fortran in "Revert! Revert! The End (of the format) is Nigh!"
By Steve Lionel (Intel) Posted on 07/01/09 4
Recently, a customer wrote in our User Forums that he wanted to write out the values of an array, all in one line, where the number of elements was not known at compile time.  His first attempt at this was:write (30,'(2x,f8.2)') array and he was dismayed to find each element written on a new line...
Memory management challenges in parallel applications
By roman-lygin (Intel) Posted on 10/28/09 4
Let me share some recent practical experience with memory management issues when developing a multi-threaded application. This can probably be a rather common case (as recent post by Roman Dementiev and its follow up discussion demonstrates), and I’d be happy if my experience were helpful for oth...
What makes the cut for Parallel Education? Let us know and then take the conversation to IDF 2011.
By Paul Steinberg (Intel) Posted on 08/31/11 4
Industry and research communities face increasing workforce preparedness challenges in parallel (and distributed) computing, due to today’s ubiquitous multi-/many-core and cloud computing. Underlying the excitement over technical details of the newest platforms is one of the thorniest questions ...
A few updates to the Intel AppUpSM developer challenge
By kelli-gizzi (Intel) Posted on 06/16/11 4
I’m Kelli from the Intel AppUpSM developer marketing team. It’s great to see the momentum around the Intel AppUp developer challenge. You can check out the recent category winners here. A while back, I wrote a blog with some 2011 developer challenge tips for success. We received lots of feedback ...
Some hints on Yocto builds for IoT devkit - example: adding Java JRE
By matthias-hahn (Intel) Posted on 04/04/14 4
Recently someone asked me on more documentation about Yocto builds. In particular the person mentioned facing difficulties adding Java to an own IoT Yocto build. This conversation triggered the following post: Why you don't need Yocto builds on your own First of all: in order to work with the I...
Introducing the new Intel Student Partners - Kenya!
By Rachel Gichinga Posted on 02/24/14 4
We’re very pleased to announce this year’s cohort of Intel Student Partners! This is an extremely talented group of university students picked from 5 universities across Kenya, who will be running Intel activities on their campuses over the course of the year. This program is designed to enable s...
Is AVX enabled?
By victoria-zhislina (Intel) Posted on 04/14/11 4
If we ask anyone who  uses or plans to use or just advertises the intrinsic compiler functions for SIMD support (MMX, SSE, AVX):  why do you do so, why it is good? The answer definitely will be something like this:"Intrinsics provide a C/C++ language interface to assembly instructions, so that we...
Does the Ultrabook Definition Need Tightening?
By Chippy Posted on 04/04/12 4
As the man behind Ultrabooknews.com I think about Ultrabooks multiple times every single day. I think about what's happening in the public eye but I also focus carefully on what's going, or could be going on, behind the scenes. I take comments from my readers seriously too but the hardest part is...

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