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Intel® Galileo development board is an Arduino*-compatible development boards featuring Intel® architecture. The platform is easy to use for new designers and for those looking to take designs to the next level. To create the Intel Galileo development board, Intel and Arduino have come together in a collaboration to push the boundaries of technology, innovation, […]
Blogpost by: Rudy De Waele I am very pleased to announce my contribution to a new book project called shift 2020 - How Technology Will Impact Our Future. It’s a self-published book curated by Rudy De Waele including foresights on how technology will impact our future by some of the world’s leading experts. The story The idea of shift 2020 is based […]
By Wachira Ndaiga- Gearbox intern What a month it’s been! Between all our everyday work and grind, we managed to sign up, build and compete in an IEEE expo competition, as well as arrange a wildly inspiring Gearbox meetup with Jonathan Ledgard from EPFL on the Flying Donkey Challenge. Read on for more. THE FLYING […]
Gearbox was in San Francisco last week and had the opportunity to hold a hardware meet up in the heart of the Bay Area maker community. With the help of our friends are TechShop, Juliet and Nathaniel hosted a two hour gathering that brought together makers, hardware innovators and companies from not just the Bay […]
Reposted from WhiteAfrican’s blog. By Erik Hersman Becky Wanjiku sits on the iHub Advisory Board with me, and started a discussion on the iHub, asking “What has the iHub Achieved?.” Her main takeaway point being that the iHub is a platform, and it’s what YOU do with it that is important. The iHub started in March 2010, so […]
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