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Intel Launches Dev Platform

September 14, 2010 Mike Sachoff

Adobe and Intel have announced plans to allow developers to distribute and monetize Adobe Air applications and games via Intel AppUp center storefronts. Using the new Adobe application distribution platform beta, code named “Melrose,” developers and publishers can sell and distribute Air applications to users while monitoring sales and downloads. […]

Nokia, Intel Open Dev Lab

August 24, 2010 Mike Sachoff

Intel and Nokia have opened a joint lab focused on developing 3-D experiences on mobile devices. The lab called the Nokia Joint Innovation Center is partnership with Oulu University in Finland. The lab is aligned with the MeeGo open source platform recently launched by Intel and Nokia. “The University of […]

Intel Creates Netbook Game Contest

August 10, 2010 Doug Caverly

Netbooks can’t measure up to desktops in many ways, including storage space for music and screen size.  But Intel and The Game Creators want to address the disparity in gaming, and they’ve offered a vacation worth around $5,000 to the developer who best helps them do so. In a contest […]

Intel Dev Forum Details Released

July 19, 2010 Doug Caverly

It’s time once again for developers to consider their interests, check their schedules, and weigh their wallets.  Intel has announced that the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) will be held in San Francisco between September 13th and September 15th. Speakers should include Paul Otellini, David Perlmutter, Doug Davis, Renee James, and […]

Intel Develops 'WiDi' For Simple Laptop-HDTV Connection

February 19, 2010 Staff

Technically, you can connect your laptop to your television but it requires cables and cords that many people can’t stand. Intel has developed a Wireless Display technology (WiDi) which allows for a more simple connection process. They displayed this tech at CES 2010, and WebProNews was there to check it […]

Intel Dashboard Technology To Help With Energy Consumption

February 3, 2010 Staff

Device concepts are quite common at CES, yet Intel showed off a product which stood out from the crowd. It’s called, Home Dashboard, and looks to be a HUB where various aspects of domestic living can be monitored and controlled. Most of the video shows off how the Home Dashboard […]

Infoscape – Changing the Way We View Information

January 26, 2010 Staff

Intel’s Infoscape is by the far, one of the most interesting and cool innovations at CES 2010. Mike McDonald, from WebProNews, got to check out what Infoscape is all about. Intel’s Infoscape was designed so people could access live information in a unique way. This cube-shaped double HD display is […]