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Android on x86 by Iggy Krajci, Darren Cummings

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Android on x86
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Publisher: Apress
ISBN/ASIN: 1430261307
ISBN-13: 9781430261308
Number of pages: 380

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The book makes the case for adapting your applications onto Intel's x86 architecture, including discussions of the business potential, the changing landscape of the Android marketplace, and the unique challenges and opportunities that arise from x86 devices. The fundamental idea is that extending your applications to support x86 or creating new ones is not difficult, but it is imperative to know all of the technicalities.

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