Think about the last time you downloaded an app. What was the process behind it? Were you influenced by a friend talking about it on a social media channel such as Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn? Did you see a commercial on the television, in your Web browsing, or even in a magazine or newsletter? According to the latest research by industry thought leaders, all of these methods are how people are primarily finding apps, especially search.
Explore how software partner Reallusion invests in humor at work. Having a sense of humor at work can not only help to lighten what can be a serious environment, can defuse difficult situations, reduce stress, create attention for new ideas, build rapport, and help a person be a more approachable and memorable leader.
Children naturally learn though play. Through play children can develop social and cognitive skills, mature emotionally, and gain the self-confidence required to engage in new experiences and environments according to researchers.
Plus, as children play, they learn to solve problems, social skills and develop the fine and gross motor skills needed to grow and learn, says researchers at UC Davis.
I'd like to share with you an update regarding the Intel Capital benefit we have previously offered. The Intel® Developer Zone is currently in a period of assessing and aligning its business priorities in an effort to continue delivering world-class software services. Consequently, it was decided to end-of-life the Intel Capital benefit. At this time, we are no longer accepting or forwarding business plans from our Partners for review with Intel Capital. However, Intel Capital remains a public resource.
At the 2013 Intel Developer Forum,the next generation Intel® Atom™ SoC, codenamed “Bay Trail,” was announced. Herman Eul, Intel Mobile VP, dicussed in depth the new platform and the new features it offers in the mobile space to consumers including, faster Intel HD GPU, 10+ hour battery life and 3 weeks of standby and a built-in LTE modem.
New touch controls in digital mediums like smartphones and Ultrabook devices has created a new gaming ecosystem. Angry Birds, Plants vs Zombies, and Temple Run are just a few of the hundreds of popular new games that rely on touch interaction.
The technology industry is undergoing an amazing time of creativity and change. The world hasn’t seen the likes of this in years, maybe decades, and the pace of change is only accelerating.
Breaking News: the blog is back! First, introductions: my name is Michael Smith, Ph.D. and I am the director of the Intel Academic Program. While I’ve had the opportunity to speak with many of our members over the last couple of months, I’d like to use this first blog post as an opportunity to share just a couple of my key experiences with the Academic Program over the summer.
Improving mathematics is a major educational challenge. Yet with new tablet computers, learning math can be much easier and effective.
With tablets and portable computers becoming more popular than ever, tablets are seen an imminent second wave of “must-have” technology for schoolchildren, according to the paper Tablets are Coming to a School Near You by Peter Osmon from the Department of Education and Professional Studies, King’s College London.
Remember tottering off to school with only your 10-inch digital tablet? Yeah, and nobody had acne, braces or glasses either. It may sound impossible, but coming to a backpack near you is not only a 10-inch Android solution, but a 7-inch solution based on the Intel® Atom architecture.