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Get In Touch: Design Principles to Remember

One of the most exciting developments to come around in the personal computing space in the last several years is touch. We’ve got touch screens on nearly everything nowadays: smartphones, tablets, even refrigerators (does my fridge really need its own Twitter account?). With the advent of touch sensors in the next generation of Ultrabooks, we’re really going to see some fun stuff happening for both consumers and developers.

Twitter for Developers: Tools To Filter, Search, and Manage The Data River

Depending on who you talk to, Twitter is the best thing since sliced bread, or, it’s a useless social media fad full of marketing spam. The reality is that Twitter fits somewhere between those two extremes. It’s a fantastic way to communicate with people all over the world in real time, and it can yield a surprising amount of incredibly useful information. However, the problem most people have with Twitter is how to filter this data stream and get to the good stuff.

Ultrabook™ Developer Resources: Notes from the AppUp® Webinar

This week, the Intel Ultrabook™ team put on a webinar about the opportunities for developers within Intel’s AppUp® developer program. Basically, if you’re a developer looking for new opportunities to create, distribute, and monetize your apps, then AppUp can be your new best friend. Let’s run through a quick summary of what the webinar had to offer.

AppUp – What Is It?

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