Intel is making another push into the domain of mobile chips and devices; this time bringing its new Quark chip to Arduino boards. Called Galileo, the first board will cost around $50 to $60 and be compatible with existing Arduino software and shields. These boards are tinkerer-friendly, helping to bridge the physical and digital worlds through sensors.

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