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Android has a new abi – x86. We show the key differences between x86 and Arm , allowing you to produce optimized code using processor specific features and how to provide a single apk for both architectures.
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Developing Games for Android Running on x86 and a highlight of the Orange San Diego with Intel Inside
Steve Hughes is a Senior Application Engineer with Intel focusing on support for game development on x86 platforms ranging from desktops through tablets to phones. Prior to Intel, Steve worked for 12 years as a game developer for a number of companie
Ting Peng is Marketing Manager for the Android platform at Orange having having previously worked as an Engineer at Orange Labs in Beijing.