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Streamlining Cloud Gaming Infrastructure

By , Added February 28, 2017

By Yuval Noimark, GameFly Streaming For game developers and the users they serve, the future is cloudy—and that’s a good thing. Increasingly, the infrastructure for developing and delivering games to end users will be located in cloud-based...

Intel Software Innovator Pedro Kayatt’s VR Dinosaurs

VR Monkey Co-Founder and Intel Software Innovator, Pedro Kayatt, has been working hard the last couple of years to realize a dream – to use education, science, and technology to immerse people in a Virtual Reality (VR) environment so they can...

The Rabbit Hole: An Escape Room VR Game

Pedro Kayatt is an Intel Software Innovator with a strong passion for VR and games. As the Co-Founder of VR Monkey, Pedro spoke to us about his latest virtual reality game, The Rabbit Hole. Tell us about The Rabbit Hole. The Rabbit Hole is a...

Intel® Software Innovators: Women in Tech – A Personal Perspective

It’s well known that women are a minority in the tech field, so last year we decided that we wanted to be a part of the International Women’s Day (IWD) movement and do our part to help celebrate women’s achievement worldwide. Through the support of...

The Circle: a book report

By Clay B., Added February 27, 2017

Could you live in a world that doesn't have secrets? Would you want to? The Circle, by Dave Eggers, examines a fictional world that is being nudged toward that end through technology. While reading this book I had many questions about how far society would go or be willing to be led into a...

Is Open Source an Accepting Space for Black People?

I just got finished watching the documentary “13th” on Netflix. We’re in a season of really good movies this year about the experience of being black in the US, including “Hidden Figures” and “Fences”, both of which have been nominated along with “...

Intel Black Belt Developer Asaf Shelly: IoT, AI, and Robotics

Asaf Shelly has been an Intel® Black Belt Software Developer since 2010 and is also an Intel® Software Innovator. With an entrepreneur spirit he is a community leader in Israel driving Internet of Things (IoT) development. Asaf is working on...

Superior kdb+* Performance on Intel® Xeon Phi™ Product Family

The Intel®  Xeon Phi™ product family shares the same architecture, Intel® Architecture, with the Intel® Xeon® processor family, and is optimized for parallel computing. It trades off sequential performance for more parallel resources. The current...

February Top Ten

Trending on IoT: Our Most Popular Intel® IoT Developer Stories for February

Alexa--order me a latte! Learn how to enable Amazon's Alexa* Voice Service this month and more. Plus join us at the Intel® IoT Solutions Hackathon March 11-12 in Furth, Germany.

Fabrizio Lapiello: Entrepreneur, Mentor, & Intel® Software Innovator

Fabrizio Lapiello is an Intel® Software Innovator from Caserta, Italy. Fabrizio has taken his technology skills and used them to create a learning academy to help entrepreneurs in Italy as well as to develop business solutions for complex IT...

Intel Software Innovators: Promoting International Women’s Day and Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

Inclusiveness and a diverse culture are very important to Intel. Last year Intel sponsored several events worldwide in support of International Women's Day and it was a great success (pictures below are from events held last year for IWD). This year...

Updating Older Unity Games for VR

Many developers have created great works and games using Unity games for PC or Mobile devices.  And now with VR capabilities integrated into Unity 3D, it’s worth a look at how to update any of these older games for a good VR experience.This post...

The second coming of blockchain

Blockchain is coming to a transaction near you. Perhaps not in its current form as Bitcoin, but in a second incarnation, where it will be used for medical records, financial transactions, contract fulfillment, or supply chain traceability. It will...

The Best of Modern Code | February

How do you delete a bit or solve and isotropic acoustic 3D wave equation?

MeshCommander v0.4.4 released

Now that Intel® AMT 11.6 is released, it’s finally time to circle back and highlight a big new feature of 11.6 that has been in the works for a long time: Web Storage and the ability for the default Intel® AMT web UI to be replaced. Ever since the...

Top Ten Intel® Software Developer Stories | February

We'll talk about 2017 trends, getting started in automated driving, enabling Alexa* voice service and more for the month of February.

Supercomputing 2016 HPC Server Demos

Super Computing 2016 brought into sharp focus the powerful impact HPC is having on everything from life sciences and research to machine learning. Software defined infrastructure, visualization, analytics, simulation and DNA Sequencing were just...

Intel announces that we are moving from beta support to full official support for the Vulkan* API on Windows going forward.

Vulkan* targets high performing real-time 3D graphics applications, like games, while giving low-overhead hardware control over GPU acceleration to developers. Vulkan* utilizes many open-source libraries and utilities, and promises great performance...

Game Dev February

The Fab Five: Game Dev Content | February

The most popular game developer information from Intel® Developer Zone experts, Intel® Software Innovators, and Intel® Black Belt Software Developers.

Join My Talk at RSA: How Hardware Can Help Defend Against Modern Threats

Speaking at RSA I will be speaking at this year’s RSA Conference, discussing how hardware-based security is, and will continue to be, instrumental in defending against emerging threats and how Intel will continue to invest in this area. The RSA...

Intel® Joule™ compute module now available with Android Things* Developer Preview

The wait is finally over! Today, we are pleased to announce Google* added support for both the 550x and 570x Intel® JouleTM compute module to their developer preview of Android Things*. In December 2016, we announced the Intel® Edison would be...

Intel® Developer Mesh: Editor’s Picks Feb. 2017

Intel® Developer Mesh launched nearly a year ago, and today there are over 260 projects posted on the site. Every month I plan to pick out 5 projects to highlight that I find interesting. With over a thousand developers there are many great projects...

In Depth with Intel® Software Innovator Pablo Navarro

Intel® Software Innovator Pablo Farias Navarro is a teacher at heart. He tells us about his life from his humble upbringing in Chile to moving abroad and creating online courses to teach people how to use today’s technology to develop games. With a...

A Step-by-Step Guide to Starting Your Own Kickstarter* Campaign

After running several successful Kickstarter* campaigns, Intel® Software Innovator Pablo Farias Navarro shares what he has learned. He breaks things down into 7 easy steps so that you can have a successful campaign. I've already run 3 successful...

Metal Minds

Tools to quickly develop and deploy AI and deep learning solutions.

Intel Student Ambassador Program for AI: What Is It?

In November of 2016 we announced the Intel® Software Student Developer Program, created to work collaboratively with students at innovative schools and universities doing great work in the Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence space. As part...

IoT JumpWay Intel® Edison Basic LED Example

  INTRODUCTION: Here you will find sample device scripts for connecting Intel® Edison to the TechBubble Technologies IoT JumpWay using the Python MQTT Library. The codes allow you to set up a basic device that allows control of an LED, and an...

Installing Python 3.6 On Your Intel® Edison

WARNING This tutorial will replace the existing Python 2.7 with Python 3.6. Introduction The following information will help you install Python 3 on your Intel® Edison. Installing Python 3.6 To install Python 3.6 on your Intel® Edison, follow...

Booting Your Intel® Edison Board from an SD (Linux*)

Introduction The following information will help you set up your SD card and use it to boot the Edison, for this tutorial we recommend an 8 - 16gb SD. Setup Your Edison Before we can setup your SD card, you need to have your Intel® Edison board...

The Right Toolset for Testing (Testing Theory Part 2)

This is part 2 of a two-part series on the theory and practice of software testing. In part 1 I discussed how to think about testing in terms of expected normal states, expected abnormal states and faults, and the entirely unexpected. In this post...

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