BREAKING NEWS – There is now an Intel based Arduino – Galileo. Follow all the action on twitter right now, live from Maker Faire Rome. Intel® Galileo – Intel® Galileo is the first in a line of Arduino-compatible development boards based on Intel architecture.
Here is the press page on Intel.
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On October 3, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich spoke at the first European edition of the Maker Faire in Rome, which is described as the largest exhibition in the world dedicated to innovation, creativity and enterprise. Maker Faires celebrate the “maker” movement and lovers of the “do it yourself” spirit. Intel is a main sponsor of Maker Faire Rome and supports the maker movement because it aligns with the company’s long-term support of STEM education and innovation both inside and outside of the classroom.
According to the Arduino press release, Intel Galileo will be available by November 29, 2013.
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