Posts Tagged ‘Intel’

Intel emulates x86 Android with Google API calls

An interesting one to flag on The Inquirer to document the march, if that’s the right verb, of Android on x86.

They highlight a post on Intel’s Developer Zone blog, covering Google releasing an x86 system image for the Android SDK that includes the Google APIs – so that…

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Top Ten Android posts in September

What was hot on the Eyes on Android blog in the month of September? Here’s the answer, courtesy of Google Analytics. Find out what your Android-interested peers have been reading!

Topics covered include the Galaxy Gear watch, Bluetooth services, an Intel Atom processor, and flip covers…

Taking it…

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IDF 2013: Intel Atom “Bay Trail” Z3000 targets Android tablets

Welcome to Intel’s latest attempt to crack the low-power, smartphone-friendly market – the Atom Z3000 series. The low-power systems-on-a-chip (SoC) codenamed “Bay Trail” are aimed at both Android and Windows tablets.

It contains four CPU cores, clocking up to 2.4GHz, and has Intel…

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Intel compiler targets Android OS

Intel has released its C++ Compiler v13.0 for Android OS, highlights The Register, targeting Android Native Development. Intel promises “Industry leading app performance on Intel processor-based Android devices”.

Android Native Development is the means by which you can develop parts of your Android application using code other than…

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Intel releases 10-inch and 7-inch Android tablet designs to manufacturers

We’re keeping an eye on Intel Android developments, and TechHive.com is reporting that Intel’s 7-in and 10-in Android tablet designs are now available to manufacturers.

Agam Shah writes:
The chipmaker’s 10-inch Education Tablet runs Android 4.0, code-named Ice Cream Sandwich, while…

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Intel Atom Z2580 appears in two Android smartphones

This is the Eyes on Android blog but I am also definitely trying to keep an eye on Intel’s progress with smartphone design-ins (the mobile front, as it were, of its wider war with ARM for low-power processing).

Well, two phones feature design-ins for Intel’s…

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Intel Atom chips to power Google's $200 Android notebooks – report

Intel will be providing Atom chips to power new Google Android-based notebooks, according to a report on Ubergizmo.

Following in the wake of the less than hugely successful Chromebooks (pictured), the Android machines will apparently feature touchscreen displays but no other details of the specs have been revealed (and…

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Top Ten Android posts in March

A quick roundup of what was hot on the Eyes on Android blog in the month of March. Find out what your Android-interested peers have been reading!

Topics covered include Intel Atoms, penetration testing and Smart Displays. And the What is…? series has been boosted by being listed in…

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Lenovo K800 shows Imagination for first Intel Atom smartphone

Another one for the record – to hoover up from last week’s CES – the Lenovo K800 will be the first Android smartphone powered by the new Intel Atom processor. An Atom Z2460 Medfield, to be precise, featuring an Imagination Technologies GPU.

TechLeash reports that the handset will be launched in…

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Intel seeks customised Android to compete with ARM on Atoms

This one caught my eye on SlashGear. It seems Intel is looking to get a custom version of Android Gingerbread in order to support tablet builders looking to run with its Atom E series of processors.

According to SlashGear it would better enable Intel to compete against the likes of…

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