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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...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series : Introduction to Embedded Systems

In my previous blog, I noted that the new book “Android* Application Development for the Intel® Platform” is available for ordering  and downloading at Amazon or Apress.  It provides a lot of information in its 520 pages.  Currently the Kindle...

Free App Testing on Intel-Based Android Devices with Testdroid Cloud

Testing your Android apps is one of the big challenges of being an Android developer. Luckily, there are lots of online services that can help you test your apps remotely on a variety of devices. We have a few that we recommend on our Testing...

Win a Trip to Barcelona - Enter the Connect and Enrich Android App Challenge

Want to win one of ten trips to Barcelona, along with a ticket to Mobile World Congress 2015 and a spot to present at the Mobile Premier Awards? Join the Connect and Enrich Android App Challenge, powered by AppCircus and sponsored by Intel Software...

Several Methods of Power Optimization in Android* Devices

Introduction Development of today’s Android* devices and the applications for those devices includes focusing on continuous improvement on power optimization to reduce power consumption and prolong battery life for the mobile device. Generally,...

AnDevCon Boston 2014 Intel Keynote: Going Native

If you were lucky enough to attend AnDevCon Boston 2014, hopefully you got a chance to listen to Jeff McVeigh’s keynote titled “Going Native – Delivering Exceptional User Experiences with Cross-Platform Native Development Tools”.  The entire keynote...

Editor’s App Picks May/June 2014

Here at the Intel Developer Zone, we’ve launched an exciting platform called the "Share Your App Project”, a great way for interested developers to share what they’re working on with the greater developer community. Every month, we plan to recognize...

Inspiring Android* Developers at AnDevCon with Intel® Technologies

Intel® Software helped illuminate the skyline of Boston with a premier sponsorship of AnDevCon – The Android Developers Conference. Offering mobile app development training, tutorials, classes and exhibits, AnDevCon lays claim to the biggest, most...

Session Videos from the Bay Area Android Fest

On April 12, 2014, Intel was proud to host 300+ of our closes developer friends from the Bay Area at our Santa Clara, California headquarters for the Bay Area Android Fest. This "mini-conference" had an amazing lineup of speakers, presenters, and...

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Live Q&A on Android UX Best Practices with Theresa Neil on April 18

We're going to try something new that should be a lot of fun - a live video broadcast and Q&A on Android User Experience Best Practices with expert designer Theresa Neil. Ask your questions via Twitter before or during the event, and they could...

Video Playing with Android* Media Player

Last Updated February 24, 2017

One important aspect about Android application development is that the system provides easy ways for applications to invoke features provided by other applications conveniently.  This capability of sharing features among applications helps Android...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series:Real Device Environment Installation

So far, you have completed installing the development environment for an emulator target machine. But if your target machine is a real device (for example, a mobile phone or a tablet with the Intel Inside logo), you need to install and configure the...

Understanding Intel® Optimizations in the Android* Runtime Compiler

The application developer generally writes a section of the application in the Java* language. This Java code is then transformed into an Android-specific bytecode, called the Dex bytecode. In the various flavors of Android’s major releases, there have been several ways to go from the bytecode...

Android Apps For The Intel Platform Learning Series: GUI Design For Android Apps Part 4-Graphic Interface And Touchscreen Input

So far, three chapters have been devoted to Android interface design. The application interface discussed so far is similar to a dialog interface. The drawback is that it is difficult to obtain accurate touchscreen input information, so it is hard...

ART vs Dalvik - Introducing the New Android* x86 Runtime

Introduction Since its early release versions, such as “Cupcake” (1.5) and “Donut” (1.6), to the current “KitKat” (4.4), Android has maintained a layer-based architecture. Starting from the bottom, it includes: “Linux Kernel”, “Libraries and...

Intel® USB Driver for Android* Devices that Supports Windows 10 is Here

The new Intel Android* USB Driver package 1. 10.0 that supports Windows* 10 is available for download at the Intel Developer Zone. It enables you to connect your Windows*-based machine to your Android* device that contains an Intel® Atom™ processor inside. This includes the latest Intel® Atom™ x3...

Intel Software at AnDevCon Boston 2015

AnDevCon identifies itself as the biggest, most info-packed, practical Android conference in the world. A team of Intel® Software engineers and experts, showcased and educated developers with demos of Intel tools for Android. Intel technical experts shared their knowledge and expertise via a...

How to Survive a Hackathon

By AGATHA G., Last Updated February 24, 2017

How to prepare for and survive a hackathon Hackathons are exciting, yet daunting; challenging, yet fun. They’re an environment where like-minded people come together to creatively solve problems while meeting new people and learning new tricks....

New Intel® USB Driver version 1.9.0 for Android* Devices Available for Download

The new Intel Android* USB Driver package 1. 9.0 is available for download at the Intel Developer Zone. It enables you to connect your Windows*-based machine to your Android* device that contains an Intel® Atom™ processor inside. This includes the...

Download Multi-Media Sample Framework for Android*

There are five samples for Android* recently made available to Android app developer at Intel Multi-Media Sample Framework ( MMSF) site:  https://software.intel.com/sites/landingpage/mmsf/documentation/index.html Multi-Media Sample Framework for...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series: Development Processes and Tool Chains for IA

The chapter 3 introduces Android† application development on Intel hardware platforms. Developing Android system applications requires some special development, debugging, and performance analysis tools, and the development environment and object...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series: GUI Design for Android Apps Part 1 - General Overview

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...

Android Apps for the Intel Platform Learning Series: GUI Design for Android Apps Part 2- The Android Specific GUI

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...

Android Apps For the Intel Platform Learning Series: GUI Design For Android Apps Part 3- Designing Complex Applications

In this chapter, you learn how to create an application with multiple activities; examples introduce the explicit and implicit trigger mechanisms of activities. You see an example of an application with parameters triggered by an activity in a...

Android Apps For The Intel Platform Learning Series:Performance Optimization for Android Applications on x86

Performance optimization is one of the most important goals every application developer wants to pursue. Android is a resource-limited system, and it therefore requires very strict resource utilization. Compared with a desktop system, performance...

Android Apps For The Intel Platform Learning Series:NDK and C/C++ Optimization

This chapter introduces the Android NDK for C/C++ application development, along with related optimization methods, and optimization tools. Because Java is the recommended application development language for Android developers, the optimization...

Android Apps For The Intel Platform Learning Series: The Low-Power Design of Android Application

  Due to strict constraints on the system’s overall power consumption, low-power design, commonly known as power saving, is an important element of applications for mobile devices; in many cases it is a rigid requirement or the basis for survival. ...

How To Mark Your 64-bit App On Google Play Store Using Version Codes For 64-bit ABIs For Android

With Google's introduction of 64-bit ABIs for Android, we need to make some minor updates to Version Codes we use to publish and filter app on Google Play. The current suggestion make the 64-bit ABI 1 higher than the 32-bit code, making the 64-bit...

Unity* Software for Android* on Intel® Architecture

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...

Android Support in Intel INDE

Intel® INDE makes you more productive by helping you set up and manage your cross-platform client and mobility-app software development environment. Read here to see how Intel® INDE makes Android* application development more pleasant and productive.

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