Application signing (also called code signing) is a widely discussed topic in the mobile industry. As you probably know, it is a process where developers acquire third party certificates to indicate authenticity and integrity of their software.read more Read more
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It is with joy that I announce 2 newest members of our program to achieve Black Belt status; Chris Skaggs, CCO/CTO of Soma Games and Dmitry Rizshkov, Principle of Intelloware. Both Chris and Dmitry have impressed us at Intel. Both demand a … Read more >
Photo courtesy of Thomas Perl via Flickr.comI put off writing this post as I wanted to be sure I have absorbed the conference well enough before I posted. For a quick summery we saw some innovative progress with MeeGo and realized there is an unstoppab… Read more >
I’m writing this post in the Dublin airport reflecting back on the last few days here at the MeeGo conference. For me this was a learning experience. Being the Community Manager to the AppUp de… Read more >
Back in the 80’s, after school and a hour before work I would hit the arcades. There’s something about vector graphics, the sounds of beeps, explosions, 8 bit sound tracks and smacking arcade buttons for 45 minutes straight that is a fond memory for me. The good news for us retro arcade game fans is there are a lot of new games that are loosely based on the classics. And what’s also cool is most of these are either designed for, or play well on a netbook.
It also seems AppUp has become a hot spot for retro style games, so I could not resist providing my list of my 12 favorite retro style games available on Intel’s AppUp Center store. Many of these can be owned for the price a few hours at the arcade. And if you want to play the classics, I also list a few of my classic arcade favorites available in the store. Download the AppUp Center client to get access to these cool games
My Step By Step Process To A Dual Boot Netbook
I’m not super awesome when it comes to mucking around with a BIOS or setting up a dev build. But since I know MeeGo is new, and many of you will be doing this, and like me probably have not set up a dual… Read more >
If you heard much of the news from Computex or IDF this year you know that MeeGo is the new kid on the block with a lot of expectation on what kinds of devices we will see running MeeGo as well as how Intel will support MeeGo with AppUp. What I can tell you is we will have a MeeGo focus on this site and will be delivering content to help you get up to speed with MeeGo and how to develop all sorts of cool application for the MeeGo OS.
Lots of cool stuff to see here at AdobeMAX. The first day was focused on how you get apps to work across multiple screens and devices. We saw some amazing tools and techniques from Adobe to intelligently adjust templates and apps to use the same c… Read more >