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Intel® Edison Development Board Tutorial, Part 3: Git Presentation

Part 3: How to locate Git that is available online for developing a smart application using the Intel® Edison development board. (v.1, Feb. 2015)

Intel® Edison Dev Board Tutorial, Part 6: Project’s Wireframe

Part 6: Project wireframe for developing a smart light bulb application using the Intel® Edison Development Board (v.1, Feb. 2015).

Intel® Edison Dev Board Tutorial, Part 7: Adding Components

Part 7: Add components onto the mini breakout board when developing a smart light bulb app using the Intel® Edison development board. (v.1, Feb. 2015)

Firewall Analytics Improve Computing Speed and Security

A firewall designed for computing speed provides analytics to monitor user traffic and applications, and content inspection to search for malware.

Intel Automotive Drives In-Vehicle Innovation

Elliot Garbus discusses Intel's work in evolving automotive innovations to create new experiences, integrate connectivity, and deliver more safety.

Security Measures Improve Hadoop* for Big Data Applications

Big data security enhancements for Apache Hadoop* include data encryption/decryption, access controllers, and user privacy management.

AOpen Engages Customers with Interactive Digital Signage

AOpen’s interactive digital signage solutions, powered by 4th generation Intel® Core™ processors, deliver responsive content, engaging customers.

Intel® Retail Client Manager Channel Creation Tutorial

Tutorial: Demos how to setup and configure channels and player registration for easily organized displays using Intel® Retail Client Manager.

Intel® Retail Client Manager Three-Zone Tutorial

Tutorial: Demos how to create a three-zone campaign with images, videos, and RSS feeds using Intel® Retail Client Manager for digital deployment.

Intel® Retail Client Manager: Creating Commands for Remote Devices

Tutorial demonstrates steps for creating custom commands for remote devices based on command type, time of action, and where the action takes place.