It’s that time of the year when the embedded community comes together for the biggest show of its kind at Embedded World in Nuremberg, Germany. This is always a big showcase for Intel and I’m pleased to offer a behind … Read more >
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In my previous blog, “Detecting CPU-bound Applications in Server Systems”, I discussed how to detect a CPU-bound application. I continue the performance analysis and debugging discussion here in my… Read more
The mobile ecosystem is growing at a fantastic rate, and smart developers know that staying on top of the trends driving this growth is extremely important. Come visit us at MWC 2014 February 24-27… Read more
Previous blogs on power management and a host of other power management resources can be found in, “List of Useful Power and Power Management Articles, Blogs and References” at… Read more
Here at the Intel we use a lot of acronyms. OOB, for example, refers to the user’s experience of pulling a device “Out of (the) Box” after they’ve purchased it. OOB is too dry a term to capture that magic … Read more >
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Exciting developments are happening in wireless communications, mobile devices and the Internet of Things as well as the back-end hardware and software that make it all valuable. These technologies will be on full display next week at Mobile World Congress. … Read more >
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Next week, February 24-27, thousands of technologically minded people from all around the world will be congregating in Barcelona, Spain for Mobile World Congress. This year the Intel Developer Zone… Read more
All of you probably recall the rapid rate of CPU frequency advancement at the end of the last century and beginning of this one. Tens of megahertz rapidly transformed into hundreds, and then… Read more
The best way to accelerate your sales is to be an expert in your field. The best way to become an expert is education and experience. And the best way to get an Intel education is through Intel® Technology Provider … Read more > Read more
400 student developers met up at Purdue’s France A. Cordova Recreational Sports Center from all across the Midwest and beyond to create a wide variety of awesome apps. Armed with expertise and… Read more
NOTE: Over the first half of 2014 we will be adding more detail on how applications can be augmented to be more “Recovery Aware”. Please subscribe to this page (button at the bottom) to… Read more
Brian Krzanich said it at CES; Intel is working to making everything smarter. And to that end, Edison was announced as a new SOC PC, the size of an SD card. On stage we saw a number of wearable… Read more
Applications in data centers process huge workloads every day. Many of them are CPU intensive, disk I/O intensive, network I/O intensive or a combination thereof. Maintaining a data center is… Read more
When it comes to automotive safety, I embrace all ideas that can lead us to a safer driving experience. NHTSA Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) Announcement That’s why I viewed last week’s announcement by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) National Highway Traffic … Read more >
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I’m often frustrated when my children bring home assignments based on memorization and regurgitation. Will these assignments really prepare them for modern life? Society is evolving, and increasingly the jobs that will support a quality standard of living will be … Read more >
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It’s been a long time coming but today is finally the day we released the first simple Mesh Server Installer allowing anyone to launch their own version of Meshcentral.com. The new installer is… Read more
Developer Ardash Uppula graciously gave us a few minutes of his time this week to talk about his development background, his current app projects, and his thoughts on the software development… Read more
It’s clear that mobile technology is changing the way we interact with one another, so it’s no surprise these changes extend to our love lives as well. So when I had the opportunity to interview Josh Fischer, a mobile dating … Read more >
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Car manufacturers have long-since mastered the technologies of bending metal and creating things that spin with lots of horsepower and torque. But what’s next? In-vehicle innovation going forward is going to center around keeping drivers safer and making them more … Read more >
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