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Offline okee

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Re: Intel AppUp App-Store
« Reply #15 on: 2012-Jul-01 »
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I remember signing up with them some time ago.  Problem is I can't remember (nor can I get from their website any insight into) why I signed up in the first place.  Did it originally have something to do with Netbooks?  I'm guessing that's what the new Ultrabooks are an upgrade of.  I really haven't bothered to keep up to date on technology.

I'd say it was because of the Netbook, a lot of us signed up at the time.
I wasn't active on their site at all but 2-3 weeks ago i got an offer of a free ultrabook
I submitted the details of my game and they said they'd review it and let me know nearer
the release time, they're basically looking for apps that make use of the ultrabook technology
which is similar to a tablet i.e. touch, multitouch, accelerometer etc
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Re: Intel AppUp App-Store
« Reply #16 on: 2012-Jul-01 »
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I remember signing up with them some time ago.  Problem is I can't remember (nor can I get from their website any insight into) why I signed up in the first place.  Did it originally have something to do with Netbooks?  I'm guessing that's what the new Ultrabooks are an upgrade of.  I really haven't bothered to keep up to date on technology.

I'd say it was because of the Netbook, a lot of us signed up at the time.
I wasn't active on their site at all but 2-3 weeks ago i got an offer of a free ultrabook
I submitted the details of my game and they said they'd review it and let me know nearer
the release time, they're basically looking for apps that make use of the ultrabook technology
which is similar to a tablet i.e. touch, multitouch, accelerometer etc
I get those emails too but have a bad habit of deleting them without reading them.  In any case I don't really have anything to show them so I wouldn't be considered. :)  Hope you get one though!
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Re: Intel AppUp App-Store
« Reply #17 on: 2012-Jul-20 »
So all I'd have to do is add touch screens or something unique for that form factor. Man I wish that they had of standardized around 16:10 screens or at least have encouraged them.