Intel And Unity Announce Collaboration To Bring Android Support To X86 Devices

Posted: Aug 21 2014, 1:13pm CDT | by , in News | Technology News

Intel and Unity announce collaboration to bring Android support to x86 devices
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Unity will add Android support for Intel’s current and future x86 chips, including the Core and Atom families.

In what appears to be a strategic collaboration, Intel and Unity Technologies are both coming together bring the Android support for the chipmaker’s devices. In these recent times a lot of barriers are being turned down by allowing support for different elements on different platforms. This is predominantly because one thing might lack the comfort of another and sometimes the users just want the good out of everything around them. Unity Technologies is going to add Android support for Intel’s current and future x86 chips, including the Core and Atom families.

This seems to be going on for both the sides since the graphic development platform creator is also going to incorporate the Intel product enhancements to its Unit 4 and Unity 5 product families. This will also allow the developers to easily add support for Intel architecture in their applications and it would be much easier to create apps for Intel devices as it would require lesser effort on the native level.

As far as the Android devices are concerned, Intel seems to be taking some serious interest in the market and its strategic collaboration with Unity is a clear sign of that. Intel’s 64-bit devices are soon going to be heading our way and this means that we don’t have to wait for a very long time to see the partnership bear some fruit.

source: intel

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