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Arduino 101

Exploring the new Arduino/Genuino 101

07.08.2018

The Arduino 101 only costs $30, but it packs quite a bit more than your regular Arduino board. Learn about the 101's specs and how you can use its onboard gyroscope with a fun, 3D project.

Minimally invasive beekeeping with a Raspberry Pi

NEWS: Extend Your Feelers free

Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ overview

IN-DEPTH: MakerSpace – Powerhouse free

A countdown counter with the MAX7221 and a seven-segment display

NEWS: 3, 2, 1 … Go! free

Retro games on the Raspberry Pi

NEWS: Gamer’s Paradise free

Raspberry Pi aids conservation work

NEWS: Fox Hunt free

Build an FM radio using an RTL-SDR dongle

NEWS: Pi FM Radio free

From Prototype to Product

The Trials and Tribulations of an Open Hardware Startup

28.11.2016

The Keyboardio project had a prototype and consumer interest, but finding a small-run manufacturer was more difficult.

SiFive

Creating the Free-Licensed Semiconductor Market

21.09.2016

As many would-be open hardware manufacturers have discovered, free-licensed computer chips are nearly non-existent. However, SiFive, a recently announced startup in San Francisco, is hoping to change that with its custom chip designs.

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