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Since 1998, the team at Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based Guild Software has been focused on one thing, and one thing only: developing large-scale multiplayer gaming environments that keep users coming back for more.
What will you build with this dragon?
As mobile devices powered by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ processors have grown in functionality and number, the processor has become attractive to manufacturers of adjacent products like robots, kiosks, display signage and arcade machines.
“I wish we’d never called it ‘smart.’ If I have to update the firmware on my blender, how is that a smart experience? Someday all of these objects will communicate, but in the meantime, it takes people to tinker with them. Calling things smart when we’re in this phase will just delay mass adoption.” — Matt Spolin, Sproutling
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