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Twine, a square slab of soft plastic that conceals a garages’ worth of sensors and a Wi-Fi hub, can make the objects in your life “talk” to you, via texts, tweets, or e-mails.

Twine, a square slab of soft plastic that conceals a garages’ worth of sensors and a Wi-Fi hub, can make the objects in your life “talk” to you, via texts, tweets, or e-mails.

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    Twine, a square slab of soft plastic that conceals a garages’ worth of sensors and a Wi-Fi hub, can make the objects in...
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    Internet of Things!!
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    "Twine": A Tiny Gizmo That Holds The Internet’s Future No programming. Can sense moisture, magnetism, temperature, and...
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    I want one so bad!
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    Very cool.
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    :O
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    SUPER INTERESTING product
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    Dear Santa, S’il vous plaît.
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