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How to set up your Intel® Galileo Development Board #iot
By Gael Hofemeier (Intel) Posted on 12/10/14 0
Whether you are about to attend your first “Internet of Things” (IOT)  hackathon or you just want to "Make" something, you will  want to acquire an Intel Galileo Arduino development board.  Once you get your board, you will need to do some things before you can interact with it.   First things...
Unity* Software for Android* on Intel® Architecture
By DENIS S. (Intel) Posted on 12/10/14 0
Unity* software is a multi-platform, powerful rendering engine fully integrated with a complete set of tools and rapid workflows to create interactive 3D and 2D content. Unity is now far and away the world’s most popular mobile game development middleware. One of the best features of the Unity en...
Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series: GUI Design for Android Apps Part 2- The Android Specific GUI
By Tao Wang (Intel) Posted on 12/09/14 0
This chapter introduced Android interface design by having you  create a simple application called GuiExam. You learned about the  state transitions of activities, the Context class, intent, and  the relationship between applications and activities. You also saw  how to use the layout as an inter...
Improving MPI Communication between the Intel® Xeon® Host and Intel® Xeon Phi™
By loc-nguyen (Intel) Posted on 12/09/14 0
MPI Symmetric Mode is widely used in systems equipped with Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors. In a system where one or more coprocessors are installed on an Intel® Xeon® host, Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) is used for MPI messages sent between the host and coprocessors or between coprocessors o...
Pixel Rift wins Developer Showcase at Buzz Workshop in London
By Paul Lindberg (Intel) Posted on 12/09/14 0
Pixel Rift wins Developer Showcase at Buzz Workshop in London The Intel Buzz workshops bring together regional game developers, so they can stay up-to-date on game development and graphics for Android* and Windows*. The workshops include a Developer Showcase, where developers can pitch their gam...
Intel Gives Back to the Android Community through Code for Good Program
By Jaclyn Zeider (Intel) Posted on 12/08/14 0
Intel is inside more and more Android devices, which is why they teamed up with experts and non-profits in the Android Development community to not only help developers everywhere with free tools and resources, but also to donate to non-profits that have furthered the Android development communit...
RealSense - Your Face as a Game Controller using Javascript
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 12/08/14 0
One of the things I've been most excited about with the Intel(R) RealSense(TM) SDK is your ability to create javascript application.  It's one of the first things I tried and I was happy to see that it's pretty darn easy to do and it's super responsive.  Below is my approach to creating arcade st...
Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series: GUI Design for Android Apps Part 1 - General Overview
By Tao Wang (Intel) Posted on 12/08/14 0
Since its emergence in the 1980s, the concept of the graphical user interface (GUI) has become an indispensable part of human-computer interaction (HCI). As embedded systems have evolved, they have gradually adopted this concept as well. The Android embedded OS running on the Intel Atom hardware ...
ASU Polytech Students Get Cooking with Intel Galileo
By Brad Hill (Intel) Posted on 12/07/14 1
Take a hardware lab with tools for woodworking, metalworking, and general hardware hacking. Add some Intel Galileos and a few dozen of the best and brightest of ASU Polytechnic’s “Rossum Rumblers” robotics club. Mix in pizza, subs, snacks, and drinks. Simmer for approximately 30 hours. Spri...
Tips and Tricks to use Unity with the Intel RealSense SDK 2014
By Colleen Culbertson (Intel) Posted on 12/06/14 0
This blog is meant to provide information, suggestions, and links for developers using Unity with the Intel RealSense SDK 2014. Please feel free to add info or corrections in the comments and I will add those into this article in future versions. Check back often for additions. First - existing ...
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The switch() statement isn't really evil, right?
By Clay Breshears (Intel) Posted on 09/26/13 15
In my current position, I work to optimize and parallelize codes that deal with genomic data, e.g., DNA, RNA, proteins, etc. To be universally available, many of the input files holding DNA samples (called reads) are text files full of the characters 'A', 'C', 'G', and 'T'. (It's not necessary to...
HEY AMT!!! Time to wake up
By Lance Atencio (Intel) Posted on 03/20/09 15
  Have you ever been working and had a patch come down from your IT department that you had to install now. Or how about a virus scan that brought your machine to a crawl in the middle of your work. If so, then you may want AMT Alarm Clock, a new feature in the recently released 5.1 version of In...
Hello World - how to write an app using the SDK
By Bill Pearson (Intel) Posted on 12/02/09 15
By now I'm sure you all know the beta SDK is available for download. After talking with several developers who are in the process of implementing the SDK in their app, I decided I needed to try it for myself. I got together with Katherine Wolfe, one of the developer who helped build this site, an...
Why Wireless and OpenSolaris?
By David Stewart (Intel) Posted on 09/11/08 15
We have actually been putting considerable effort with the community to provide a suite of robust device drivers for Intel's wireless LAN products and the OpenSolaris operating system. Why do it? Why put this kind of effort into something which is clearly a feature for mobile devices into So...
Back to Blogging
By RAVI (Intel) Posted on 10/20/10 15
After a year long hiatus, I am back to blogging. This is a quick note to kick off the effort. I intend to target my blogs for novices rather than the experts, so I hope that you will find my blogs easy to understand. I will be blogging about Intel® Parallel Advisor. This is a brand new and innova...
The New ISN Website is Live - What Do You Think?
By Gina Bovara (Intel) Posted on 09/30/08 15
Hey all - the new backend on our ISN website is now live with many new features; what do you all think? You can post comments at the bottom of this text with all of your thoughts & suggestions. Here at ISN Customer Support we've been getting general inquiries about the new interface from user...
Windows 7 Release Candidate Update
By doug.holland@intel.com Posted on 04/24/09 15
According to the Windows Team Blog the Windows 7 Release Candidate, build 7100, will be available to download from MSDN and TechNet on April 30th. If you're not an MSDN or TechNet subscriber then you'll be able to download the build on May 5th. It is also likely that Windows Server 2008 R2 RC, a...
How Mature is Computer Science?
By Clay Breshears (Intel) Posted on 01/15/09 14
Back in 2005, Peter Denning wrote a column in the Communications of the ACM that asked "Is Computer Science Science?" He gave some compelling arguments to justify the "science" nomenclature.  Since then, Eugene Wallingford and the See Jane Compute blog have published opinions on the same topic.  ...
New Copy/Paste Mashup Editing UI
By Robert Ennals (Intel) Posted on 12/09/07 14
We've just uploaded a new mash maker version. Probably the biggest new feature of this version is an improved user interface for editing copy/paste enhancements. Now one can preview an enhancement before publishing it (well duh!) and the enhancement is described as a simple plain-english paragrap...
Here Come The Tablets: New Tech Wave or Wave of Desire?
By Bob Duffy (Intel) Posted on 04/13/10 14
The first wave hit the shore with Apple's iPad and it so far it looks to be a pretty cool ride. We can also see a swell out there in the distance. We know its coming, a wave of tablet devices from nearly every PC and mobile device manufacturer. From Dell, to Nokia, from Asus to HP, and some new b...

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