Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Intel Launches AppUp Application Center For Netbooks

During last week's Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Intel Corporation launched a beta version of its new software application (app) store -- the Intel AppUp center. The new AppUp center is meant to be a hub for applications designed to run on netbook computers. The first apps are now available for free download or purchase by visiting www.intelappup.com.

The beta store will host applications for both the Microsoft Windows and the open source Moblin-based operating systems, which Intel has been collaboration on. Moblin is the first operating systems to target netbook computers specifically powered by the Intel Atom processor.

Over time, Intel and its partners expect to expand the stores to include applications for the large categories of handheld CE devices, smartphones, consumer electronic appliances, TVs and other devices based on future Intel processor families.

Source: Intel Press Release

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