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Intel axes Arduino and Curie in continued IoT product line rethink

Intel has added its Arduino maker board market to the IoT scrap heap. The development board had been intended to be a rival to the likes of Raspberry Pi, but the product is now being scrapped after little interest from the community. The move comes as the final nail in the coffin for Intel’s IoT maker market after killing off Edison, Galileo and Joule earlier this year. It adds to the growing list of recent misfires the company has had in its efforts to diversify away from its core CPU business. It’s hard to know whether to applaud Intel, for sensibly removing itself from a market it had made negligible impact in and was relatively small anyway, or to feel…

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