Welcome to the Mobilized Software Development Forum

Welcome to the Mobilized Software Development Forum

Welcome to the Mobilized Software Forum!

I am Thai Le, a software engineer who will be providing support, feedback, and suggestions as appropriate in this forum. You will find this forum most interesting if you are a software developeroptimizing your software for notebooks.This forum is meant to discuss topics related to:

- Mobile Power Management: Minimize notebook power consumption by software when running on a battery

- Mobile Wireless/Networking: Develop context-aware applications that can adapt to various network conditions

- General Mobilized Software Development: Any other topic related to mobilized software development

Here are some useful URLs for product support:

- For Intel Integrated Graphics Software Development - http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/

- For Intel Product Support URL - http://support.intel.com/support/

- For PXA (Marvell*) Product Support URL - http://www.marvell.com/products/cellular/index.jsp.

- Intel Mobile Platform SDK - http://ossmpsdk.intel.com/

- Intel Web 2.0 TDK - http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-web-20-technology-development-kit-tdk

- Intel Laptop Gaming TDK - http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-laptop-gaming-technology-development-kit

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If you experience any difficulties with the forum, please let us know. I've created an Introductions topic and welcome you to introduce yourself to the team and the community.
- Thai

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