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Virtual Keyboards and 2 in 1’s

A recent video from UX thought leader Luke Wroblewski briefly touched on the topic of designing applications for 2 in 1’s accounting for the virtual keyboard. With 2in1s offering several different orientations and keyboard options in one form factor...

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...

Intel® SGX for Dummies – Part 2

In my last blog post, only about 9 short months ago, I provided an overview of the Intel® SGX design objectives.  Sincere apologies for the long delay between postings, my colleagues and I have been hard at work on the latest security technologies...

2014 Intel Buzz Workshop Series

2014 Intel Buzz Workshop Series Be Innovation! HOLD THE DATE San Francisco - Wednesday, July 16th, 2014   The 2014 Intel Buzz Workshop series is back by popular demand! This series of community workshops is designed to help professional game...

The Right Tool for the Job

Last updated: May 31, 2014

by Jonathan Stark App developers have a near-infinite list of decisions to make at the start of any project. What’s the best way to go to market? HTML5 or native? How much sleep do I really need? Out of all the decisions we make, tool selection...

Eyes opened

My thirteen year-old daughter is hooked on code.org. As long as I can remember, she’s been a “maker”, but it was always of the physical craft variety (think hand-stitched stuffed animals). A light bulb went off recently where I think she realized...

Benefits of Intel® Enterprise class SSD

In this blog, I want share with you the benefits of the Intel® Enterprise Class Solid-State Drive (SSD).  I have compiled a list of articles, white papers, solution briefs, and blogs and provided links below.  After reading through the information,...

2 in 1 and Wide Screens: Orientations

A recent video from UX thought leader Luke Wroblewski briefly touched on the topic of adjusting 2 in 1 designs for wide screens. With 2in1s offering several different orientations in one form factor, it’s important to understand how to equip the...

Meshcentral.com - Internalization, Control Mode, EHBC, Performance

It’s been a while since the last Meshcentral report, so I wanted to give people a status update before I head over on a week vacation. The team’s been hard at work on all sorts of improvements and new features. In this report, I want to focus on...

Creating Interactive Video Experiences by Combining the Video and Canvas Elements

Last updated: May 23, 2014

by Ben Whitman One of the great things about working with the built-in goodies in HTML5 is the fact that these can be combined to create interesting interactive experiences. In this tutorial I’m going to be taking a simple, run-of-the-mill “non-...

ABC for 123: Intel + CGCC Early Literacy Hackathon

Last month, over 50 students converged at Chandler-Gilbert Community College for 24 hours to make games helping kids learn to read.  Gaining and honing JavaScript skills, these students developed their games based on early literacy concepts...

How to use Perf and import its result into VTune(TM) Amplifier XE?

Perf is an internal performance tool of Linux* operation system, the tool’s usage is very similar to OProfile, GProf and it uses (Performance Monitoring Unit) PMU to set performance counters before profiling target application then get information...

Intel AMT login issues

If you are having difficulties logging on your Intel AMT WebUI or your management console is returning errors when you try to connect, here are some things you can check: Connection: Does the Intel AMT client respond to ping?  If your AMT Client...

Multiple input types and the 2 in 1 form factor

A recent video from UX thought leader Luke Wroblewski briefly touched on the topic of multiple input types and 2 in 1s. With 2in1s offering multiple input capabilities from touch, keyboard, mouse, camera and audio, it’s important to understand how...

Submissions open: High Performance Parallelism Gems

We have all had our little discoveries and triumphs in identifying new and innovative approaches that increased the performance of our applications. Occasionally we find something more, something that could also help others, an innovative gem. You now have an opportunity to broadcast your successes...

Mobile Web So Fast Vin Diesel Wouldn't Race It

Last updated: May 16, 2014

by Dave Arel The availability of browser technology on almost any device has contributed to the increasing number of developers with a focus on creating performant web-based mobile applications. While in theory the web could be the future hub of...

Intel® Level Up Game Demo Contest: Your chance to be recognized

If the competition, camaraderie, and amazing gameplay that came out of the 2013 Intel® Level Up Game Demo Contest was any indication, 2014’s challenge is shaping up to be even more exciting. This annual contest encourages game developers to create...

Intel AMT SOL Data is not Redirected

If you are experiencing that data from your Serial over Lan Session with Intel(r) Active Management Technology (AMT) is not being redirected, this blog describes what might be going on.   Problem Statements: Scenario 1: Intel AMT system is booted...

Play Together, Stay Together: All in One Gameplay

If you’ve been looking for something that combines the classic gameplay of your favorite childhood board games with a little bit of modern innovation and technology, you might want to check out the All In One PC, a tablet-like computing workstation...

Compare features among memory leak detection, memory growth detection and on-demand memory leak detection

    Intel® Inspector can detect regular memory leak. It means that a block of memory is allocated, but never de-allocated when application exits. Usually the restriction of this feature is that we only know leaks until application exits.  However...

Debugging performance issues in Go programs

A comprehensive guide on performance debugging tools for the Go language.

Power Management: So what is this policy thing?

Unlike a lot of previous recent blogs, this series is about power management in general. At the very end of the series, I’ll write specifically about the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor. I have talked incessantly over the years about power states (e.g...

Interview: What "Fuels" Thomas Palef to Build A HTML5 Game Every Week?

Last updated: May 9, 2014

Thomas Palef is a 25 year old French developer, engineer, and avid fan of retro games. We were recently introduced to Thomas after we heard about his challenge to develop one HTML5 game every week. Obviously, this made us very excited. We had the...

Catalyzing Open Innovation with the Largest U.S. Hackathon

An insightful blog by Brandon Barnett on how small teams of innovators are using data in big ways. http://hackforchange.org/catalyzing-open-innovation-with-the-largest-u-s-hackathon/ Want to use data to improve your community? The second annual...

Spotlight on Intel® University Games Showcase at GDC

At GDC 2014 this past March, Intel debuted the inaugural “Intel® University Games Showcase”, an event focusing on outstanding student game projects from universities all over the United States. 12 student project teams from nine different...

What Can You Do with Intel® RealSense™ Technology?

Note:  If you're interested in Intel® RealSense™ technology, then you'll want to check out the 2014 Intel® RealSense™ App Challenge, a contest intended to encourage innovative apps that take advantage of everything that perceptual computing has to...

Native Apps - A Premature Optimization?

Last updated: May 3, 2014

by Jonathan Stark When it comes to building apps, too many of us get distracted by the wrong questions in the HTML5 vs. native debate. It’s not about picking one technology over the other, it’s about understanding the unique, competitive...

Intel® Graphics Virtualization Update

Traditional business models, built on graphics and visualization usages such as workstation remoting, VDI, DaaS, transcoding, media streaming, and on-line gaming, are beginning to draw open source attention, worldwide. Employees are becoming mobile...

Developers Gain App Exposure With Intel® Events

This past year, Intel® has hosted CodeFests, webinars, and hackathons for Android* developers in various locations around the world. These events are technical sessions with hands-on development time, intended to equip developers to learn more about...

Editor’s App Picks March 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...

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