By Miao Wei and Nathan Totura
This article discusses how to add live tiles and badges to your Windows Store apps. Live tiles are used to present rich content from your apps even when they are not the active application. Badges similarly give your app yet another way to convey data to the user by allowing status overlaid on the live tile.
Digital storytelling provides an immersive experience, combining the power of your Intel® Core™ processor-based platform and the printed page. The augmented farm application demonstrates augmented reality through digital storytelling using the Intel® Perceptual Computing SDK.
No último post, expliquei os fundamentos da tecnologia IPT (Identity Protection Technology), presente a partir da segunda geração (Sandy Bridge) dos processadores da família Core. Hoje, quero detalhar os conceitos de como aplicações web podem fazer uso do recurso de geração de OTPs (One time passwords) disponível no IPT.
Windows 8 has great power savings features that dim the monitor or turn it off completely based on whether or not the user is actively interacting with the device. This works great for most applications, but if you happen to be developing an application such as a movie player or book reader, the user can go for long periods of time without actually interacting with the device. For media playback and similar applications, this power saving feature presents a problem. This blog takes a look at the code involved in preventing the device display from turning off.