Posted by Jerry Hildenbrand on 20 Aug 2014 4:36 pm
Unity is a great platform for game developers to build awesome 2D and 3D games for Android, and today Intel has announced that they and Unity are getting together to bring support to x86 devices. According to today's press release "both graphics and CPU performance improvements and features, will be seamlessly integrated into future releases of the Unity 4 and Unity 5 product lines."
Samsung focuses on gaming across smartphones and Smart TVs
At the its developer conference in San Francisco today Samsung showed off its new mobile gaming platform, which allows titles to run across its range of mobile devices and Smart TVs, using the Samsung Gamepad controller accessory. In mobile mode, the controller and handset come together to form an NVIDIA Shield-like handheld console;...
Canonical has laid out its plans to release Ubuntu phones at some point in 2014 -- but you don't have to wait that long to get a little bit of Ubuntu flair on your current Android device. Unity Launcher brings Ubuntu's interesting swipe-in sliding app selector to your device without changing your current launcher setup.
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