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A deep dive into Intel RealSense SDK future in terms of HTML5 and JS

As Intel RealSense SDK is evolving  this is what we can expect in the near future. Note: JavaScript* has been decoupled specifically for Intel® RealSense™ SDK R3. To enable JavaScript* support, please follow the tutorial. My exposure to HTML 5 and...

My First Week At Intel

I started my internship at Intel in the Software and Services Group last Monday, and, so far, I have nothing even vaguely negative to report. New employee orientation was actually very cool, and we had a great guest speaker. The one thing about...

Registering an application with the Mashery API Network

Abstract: This the second in a series of articles dicussing the creative possibilities of the Mashery API Network. In this article we will be walking through the process of registering an application with the ShareThis API APIs For Everything The...

Intel® tablets showcased on the History and Bio Channel feature, NewsWatch

In March, two software partners were highlighted on a weekly History and Bio Channel NewsWatch segment, App Watch. App Watch, provides viewers with app reviews of the latest and hottest apps.  App Watch airs on more than 55 full-power broadcast...

Bluetooth® on Intel® Galileo - file sharing with OBEX

In Bluetooth tethering on  Intel® Galileo I already showed some concepts using connmanctl and bluetoothctl. In this blog I'll focus on the Bluetooth OBject EXchange (OBEX) profile which has it's own command line tool obexctl coming with BlueZ 5. In...

Building Cordova Applications With Crosswalk

Overview Cordova is a popular Apache Foundation open source project, providing a set of device APIs to allow mobile application developers to access native device functions—such as the camera or the accelerometer—from JavaScript. HTML5 applications...

Using Inspector with Python script which launches target application?

Problem: When you want to use Inspector with python script which feeds data and executes your interest of C/C++ application, for example: a.py file. (test_memory is the target application) import os os.system("./test_memory") Then run: #...

Intel TXT reset: How to get the error code

When an Intel(r) TXT reset occurs, an error value is written to physical memory location 0xFED30030. Here is what you can do to retrieve the error code: If your workstation has a UEFI shell, you can boot to the UEFI shell after the TXT reset and...

Looking at big data performance

My very first Intel blog entry!! Exciting!!

Optimizing Big Data processing with Haswell 256-bit Integer SIMD instructions

Big Data requires processing huge amounts of data. Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (aka AVX2) promoted most Intel AVX 128-bits integer SIMD instruction sets to 256-bits. Intel AVX brought 256-bits floating-point SIMD instructions, but it didn't...

Asking for App Permissions on 2 in 1 Devices

A recent video from UX thought leader Luke Wroblewski gave some great tips on how to make app permissions – and asking for them – a much more successful process. Watch below: Asking for permission on what apps are allowed to access can be...

Carnegie Mellon Receives Intel Funding To Enhance Student Learning Through Integrative Design and Mobile Computing

The Intel(r) Software Academic Program works to provide classroom tools to professors teaching courses in advanced technologies. The program builds relationships with universities to drive experiential classroom learning. The Intel(r) Software...

Introducing Intel’s Newest Black Belt: Christopher Price

Here at Intel, it is our privilege is to recognize a developer’s accomplishments by inviting him or her to be an Intel Developer Zone Black Belt Honoree: “The Intel® Developer Zone Black Belt Program recognizes members of our communities who are...

Power Management Policy: You Mean There’s More Than One?

Power management policy has evolved over the years. The earliest policies consisted of little more than some critical temperature sensors and an interrupt routine that attempted (often unsuccessfully) to cleanly shut down the system before something...

Introduction to the Mashery API Network for Intel® Galileo developers

Abstract: This the first in a series of articles dicussing the creative possibilities between Intel® Galileo developers and the Mashery API Network. In this article we will be giving an overview of the reasons why APIs are useful to Galileo...

Optimized Pseudo Random Number Generators with AVX2

Intel® Math Kernel Library includes powerful and versatile random number generators that have been optimized to take full advantage of Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (aka Intel® AVX2) introduced with the Haswell CPUs. In this post, I’ll...

Editor’s App Picks April 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...

Eligible Countries for Intel® RealSense™ App Challenge 2014

Here are the list of eligible countries for the Intel® RealSense™ App Challenge 2014: Africa: Kenya Nigeria South Africa Americas: Argentina Brazil Canada (excluding Quebec) Mexico US Asia Australia India...

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...

National Day of Civic Hacking - Berkeley Hack-a-thon

Over this past weekend I attended a hack-a-thon in Berkeley. The hack-a-thon was run by a student from Contra Costa Community College Michial Green who did a great job of organizing and running the hack-a-thon. I have met Michial at previous hack-a-...

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...

Bluetooth® on Intel® Galileo - Bluetooth® tethering

Following up the series of my recent Intel® Galileo blogs (see Using Intel® Galileo as access point, and  Wi-Fi access on Intel® Galileo) we'll focus on Bluetooth this time. We'll use the same Intel® Centrino® Wireless-N 135 adapter used in the...

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-...

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