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The Intel® Edison development platform is so small that it is going to make a huge impact on the Internet of Things and the world of wearables.
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It's a game changer for inventors, entrepreneurs, and those working hard to get a product to market. Delivering a significantly smaller die size with reduced power needs, the Intel® Edison development platform empowers the next generation of small devices – including wearables, robotics, and IOT – all on a module the size of a stamp.
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Delivering great performance and a broad spectrum of hardware peripheral and software support, Intel® Galileo is an essential element in making that should be a part of every creator’s toolkit. It’s an open source, Arduino-compatible platform that enables makers, teachers, and everyone in between, to quickly and easily bring their prototypes to life.
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Meet Jimmy, a customizable, 3D-printable personal robot that could one day be as ubiquitous as a smartphone.