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    OSHWA: Open-source hardware makers unite to start certifying products

    In recent weeks, OSHWA met one of its initial goals: to start certifying open-source hardware. The goal of certification is to clearly identify open-source hardware separate from the mish-mash of other hardware products. The certification allows hardware...

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    Badgerboard: open-source hardware LoRa® development board on Kickstarter

    Nordic Automation Systems released Badgerboard, an Arduino compatible LoRaWAN™ development kit, that can be easily extended to a prototype or even a small batch product. With a battery charger and an antenna connector on board. Building prototypes...

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    Life-changing ear prosthetics are being created with 3D technology

    We are very happy to share projects like this, when the maker’s world meets the will to cure people, doing it low cost and open source as well. Low-cost prosthetics for children who were born with deformed...

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    A smaller version of Raspberry Pi 3 is coming

    A smaller version of the popular Raspberry Pi 3 will go on sale in a few months. Raspberry Pi is developing a new version of its Compute Module, a single-board computer that plugs into specific on-board memory slots....

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    An open source PC that can be a laptop, desktop or even tablet

    Would-be backers of the open-source, modular EOMA68 PC card can now support the crowdfunding campaign by purchasing several new gadgets that work with the system.  The concept, from UK firm Rhombus Tech, is designed to demonstrate that...

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    Make Your Own Temperature Sensor and Email Alarm

    The Internet of Things is becoming a more ever-present part of our lives. So, it should come as no surprise that something as crucial as temperature monitoring is a part of that. Follow along with this tutorial...

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    NXP Accelerates Smart Wearable Product Development with a Cortex-A7 platform

    NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) today announced new reference platforms to enable innovation and rapid development for smart wearables at Embedded World 2016. From fitness and wellness to industrial and smart devices, these new reference platforms target...

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    Enjoy the Ride with Printrbot’s 3D Printed and Programmed OpenSkate Long Board 

      Printrbot released OpenSkate, which could be a must-have for long board enthusiasts. Intended for long board enthusiasts who don’t mind using open source modifications to power their boards, OpenSkate is not for everyone. (For example, you may still...

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    Arduino evive: the best electronic prototyping platform on Indiegogo now

    Evive is the ultimate open-source prototyping platform any maker would need. Its made for all age groups to serve a wide range of applications. Besides helping hobbyists and students in building their projects and experimental setups, it...

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    RuuviTag – The Open-Source Bluetooth Sensor Beacon

    The Internet of Things, beacons and The Physical Web are today’s hot topics. Soon we’ll be surrounded by small intelligent sensor nodes that analyze the environment and offer people more content on their smartphones. 12x funded already...

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    Raspberry Pi Zero Pirate Radio Throwie

    The Raspberry Pi Pirate Radio is one of our favorite builds here at Make:, so it was an obvious pick to port to the new board. In case you missed our first crack at Pirate Radio, try...

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    Fishino MEGA – Pinout scheme released

    Fishino MEGA is the second board of Fishino family. It’s a board 100% compatible with the famous Arduino MEGA, but with many add-ons which greatly enhance its capabilities. Fishino MEGA can be powered by a single cell...

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    HardwareX to accelerate open source scientific hardware

    There is already a huge collection of open source scientific software tools, and now there are even dozens of open source hardware tools for science (if any are missing from the wiki, please click edit and add...

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    Puck.js – the ground-breaking bluetooth beacon, plug&play javascript multicontroller

    A JavaScript microcontroller you can program wirelessly – perfect for IoT devices! No software needed so get started in seconds. Bluetooth Smart (or Bluetooth Low Energy) is an amazing technology – it’s now built into virtually all...

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    Track Internet Dropouts, monitor ADSL bandwidth and Notify Your ISP with RPi

    A dream came true for all home internet connection subscriber and a hellish nightmare for the internet providers marketing departments… If there’s one thing that’s the same about everyone’s broadband connection, it’s that it’s slow. Usually slower...

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    MyPi : Industrial grade Raspberry Pi on Kickstarter

      Faced with building a solution around multiple cards (with the knock on increase in expense and complexity), we decided to building our own board, initially as a side project, working with a clearly defined set of...

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    HP Launches Speedy 3D Printer: 10x faster

    The highly anticipated day in the 3D printing world arrived a few days ago, when 2D-printing king HP Inc unveiled at RAPID, one of the world’s largest industry conferences, its speedy polymer commercial 3D printer, the Jet...

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    Open source embedded computing keeps your family closer!

    David Both is a Linux and Open Source advocate who resides in Raleigh, North Carolina. He has worked with linux and open source software form more than 20 years and that turned him into a very nerd...

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