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Intel App Show 26: Paint, Model, & Code Using an Ultrabook
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 12.06.2012 1
The Intel AppUp® developer portal is no longer available for submitting apps. For additional information, please read the following article: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-appup-developer-updates. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5UrrD4oJbM In this episode we walk you through 3 st...
Monetizing Ultrabook Apps with QR codes and HTML5
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 23.05.2012 1
In this presentation, from the HTML5 Developer Conference in San Francisco, Intel Engineer Daniel Holmlund explains the value of using QR codes to connect people and devices and how you can do this with HTML5. And to keep it "real" he starts the presentation by showing his agenda in QR code form...
Join us at the HTML5 Conference May 21st for Ultrabook fun!
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 14.05.2012 0
We're excited to be part of this years HTML5 Conference in San Francisco. Although its only one day we want to make the best of it. So come meet and hang with the Intel team you just might walk away with a shiny new Ultrabook ;-)Come by the Intel table from 9-5pm: Test drive an Ultrabook, check...
Show 23 - AppUp Show at SXSW Part 3: Featuring Intel LANFest – Gaming for a Cause!
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 07.05.2012 0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhrE-YF1Nzc The Intel AppUp show for developers "Show 23": this episode ends Bob and Rhonda’s adventure at SXSW Interactive Screenburn 2012. In this episode they feature Intel LANFest, which was held during Screenburn. In the first half of the show, Rhonda talks wit...
Ultrabook Work, Create, Play Challenge - 15mm of Game Dev Goodness
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 24.04.2012 5
Can the Ultrabook be versatile for other work/create/play scenarios. So why not game development? How well can you both create and play games on an Ultrabook?
Show 22 –AppUp Show at SXSW Part 2: Featuring Intel Futurist, Brian David Johnson
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 13.04.2012 0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dg9p-Nmtx5s The Intel AppUp show for developers "Show 22": this episode is Part 2 of Bob and Rhonda’s adventure at SXSW Interactive Screenburn. In the first half of this episode, Bob and Rhonda chats with Intel Futurist, Brian David Johnson, about the awesome work t...
Developers see multi store monetization models for Ultrabook and mobile
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 11.04.2012 1
While in Barcelona at Mobile World Congress I was fortunate to attend the WIPJam conference and participate in a round table discussion on app monetization. The discussion was lively, with nearly a dozen developers tossing out their ideas, perspectives and experiences. While I learned a lot, I w...
In-App Purchases for Consumables & Urban Airship Hosted Content, Plus Enhanced HTML5 Support & More
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 10.04.2012 0
The Intel AppUp® developer portal is no longer available for submitting apps. For additional information, please read the following article: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-appup-developer-updates. With Spring comes renewed opportunity, and so with AppUp there's more ways for you t...
Show 21 –AppUp Show at SXSW Part 1: Featuring App Builder and Boondock Saints
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 02.04.2012 0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WNk7A88rYA Bob Duffy and Rhonda Peters took the AppUp show on the road to Austin, Texas, for SXSW Screenburn 2012. Amongst the thousands of attendees, cool booths, intense game tournaments, and parties, Bob and Rhonda took some time to chat with various developers...
Ultrabook developers to bridge gap between mobile and PC use cases
Опубликовано Bob Duffy (Intel) Размещено 28.03.2012 0
The divide between mobile and PC application use cases and experiences still seems fairly broad. Even today there are application use cases more suited for mobile devices, such as location based apps, while others more suited for a PC, like performance computing. However with Ultrabooks, develo...