Ultrabooks running Windows 8 with touch and sensor capabilities are soon to hit the market and for those of you developing HTML5 applications, you will be able to add these features to your applica
In a previous post I explained how adding sensors to HTML5 app is possible in Desktop mode but not yet supported. You can get it to work with a Google extension. Read this post.
One neat thing about HTML5 is the ability to store data locally, and a common use for that is creating a high score board for your game. The following is how I recently deployed this.
UX Expert, Luke Wroblewski worked with Intel to produce a series of practical short form videos.
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