Application Debugging in Cross-Debug Environment

Debugging on smaller form factor devices requires a shift in the debug paradigm from native debugging to the cross-debug methodology more commonly used in the embedded world. This article shows the convenience of doing this using Intel's debug solution.
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  • Best-Known Methods of UI design for MID


    The MID (Mobile Internet Device) is the latest innovation in the PC family that gives the consumer a low power mobile device with the complete capabilities of a PC. On the basis of MID’s features and applications, many issues should be taken into account to provide users with a great experience on MID’s UI. This whitepaper gives an overview of the methods of UI design for MID. The Hildon user interface is task oriented, so it needs special considerations. This whitepaper also offers the BKMs of Hildon UI design.

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  • Intel in the Metaverse - Second Life and Beyond.

    Welcome to our page on our voyage through Second Life and other pitstops in the metaverse. This should be an exciting time. I'll be posting material here as we build our presence. I'll also be adding links to my Blog -soon -really-as well as other sites I find interesting.

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    One of the most exciting features of this page is our live link to our tech events in Second Life!


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  • Linux Libraries Lost and Found

    Developing an application to run on Linux systems is, for the most part, fun and rewarding.  I always enjoy using new tools and seeing how much I can get the tool to do for me.   But after the construction is complete, you need to test it on the intended target devices.  I’ve been developing an application to run on MID devices.  There are several operating systems being used for MID devices, but the current favorite seems to be MIDinux.  It is not based on Ubuntu Linux, which is what I’ve been developing on. 

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