Archived entries for Android

Coding: the language of things

Coding is the language of the smart things around us. Watch this short video to understand why it’s time for you to learn the language of things!

Android Code Camp for Beginners


November 28: A free 1-day course to start developing in Android! Join us in Urbino or follow our sessions online in webcast live.



Europe CodeWeek 2013 – The language of things


NeuNet, together with the University of Urbino, invites you to take part in Europe Code Week, 25-30 November 2013! The events organized by NeuNet and UniUrb can be attended both at the presence and online. Schools are invited to organize interactive labs with a real time connection. We wait for at CodeWeek!

Introducing openBOXware on Android


Published a NeuNet Technical Report presenting the key features and the user interface of openBOXware on Android.

OpenBOXware on Android exploits technological convergence to reduce device
confusion and increase Internet penetration. First, it makes it possible to use our
preferred Android device as a unique interface to any other connected device, including
television. Second, it provides a TV-like user experience which makes Internet contents
easily accessible as linear TV channels.

The technical report can be downloaded for free from NeuNet website.

The beta version of openBOXware is available on the Android market.

Illustration by Alessandra Tombesi

Android Code Camp

NeuNet and the University of Urbino are glad to invite you to the Android code camp 2012, that will take place from October 4 to October 5 in Urbino, “Von Neumann” room, Collegio Raffaello, Piazza della Repubblica, 13.

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