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Kinoma is Making the IoT Scriptable, and is Demonstrating JavaScript-Powered Developer Products at the SXSW 2016 Trade Show

March 13, 2016

Kinoma is bringing new IoT product development hardware and software to SXSW, in a demo-rich booth (#401) on the Trade Show floor. Developers adopt the Kinoma platform to build IoT products in JavaScript, and to make those connected devices evolve faster with end-user scripting. The theme of our presence at this year’s show is, “Make Things Scriptable”.

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Kinoma Create Version 2 is Now Available, Facilitating an Expanded Range of Uses by Embedded Developers, while Keeping Hardware Exploration Fun for Makers

March 3, 2016

Improvements include Bluetooth LE, ANCS, and 802.11n support; modern Linux distribution; and doubling of flash memory

The first device with JavaScript 6th Edition at its foundation

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Marvell brings JavaScript to the smallest devices ever with today’s most comprehensive implementation of JavaScript 6th Edition in the open source KinomaJS application framework

June 24, 2015

Marvell introduces two new hardware prototyping products for IoT innovators: Kinoma Element is instantly and always connected, interfaces with off-the-shelf sensors, and is ideal for prototyping embedded devices poised for mass production; Kinoma HD is a scriptable stick that transforms any HD screen into a display for IoT devices, handhelds, the cloud, and web content

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Start Making! Kinoma Create—the JavaScript-Powered IoT Construction Kit—is Coming to the SXSW 2015 Trade Show

March 9, 2015

Kinoma Create is for Educators inspiring tomorrow’s developers, JavaScript Programmers getting started with hardware, Makers building projects with less hassle, and Professional Designers prototyping products

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Marvell Open Sources KinomaJS to Accelerate Growth of the Internet of Things Industry

March 2, 2015

KinomaJS is the first application framework optimized for IoT that speaks the language of the web

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Marvell’s Kinoma Create—the JavaScript-powered IoT construction kit—gives developers a connected device prototyping platform for the modern era, because an inspiring developer experience leads to a great user experience

October 21, 2014

Kinoma Create is the first prototyping platform to transform making, with a fully scriptable device and integrated color touchscreen, all enclosed in a case that makes projects mobile; ships in November

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Marvell Unveils Kinoma Create, the JavaScript-Powered Maker Kit for Building Internet of Things Projects & Prototyping Consumer Electronics

March 10, 2014

Kinoma Create—launched today in a crowdfunding campaign—helps software developers become makers, makers tackle projects with less hassle, and designers prototype products faster

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Marvell Previews New Kinoma Application Platform at CES, Advancing the Company’s IoT Offerings

January 6, 2014

Inaugural product developed with new application platform, home media streaming app Kinoma Connect, furthers Marvell’s connected lifestyle strategy

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