• Arduino PortentaH7 Carrier Board

    The Portenta Carrier exposes all of the extra capabilities of the processor on the Portenta board through connectors and peripherals that do not physically fit on it like connectors for USB, RJ-45, CAN bus, audio in and...

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  • Arduino announced the powerful low-power new Arduino Portenta Family

    New Portenta Family Arduino’s new series of high-performance industry-rated boards Designed for demanding industrial control, AI edge processing and robotics applications     Designed for demanding industrial applications, AI edge processing and robotics, it features a new...

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  • Adafruit introduced Feather Express

      Recently Adafruit introduced the STM32F405 Feather Express. Mounting an STMicroelectronics STM32F405 32-bit Arm Cortex-M4 processor running at 168MHz, 1MB of flash memory, a 2MB SPI flash module. It also features an onboard NeoPixel indicator and a...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Robot Arm with Pick & PLACE part 2

      We equip the robotic arm published in the previous issue of a pneumatic system for gripping and releasing objects, controlled through an Arduino shield created for the purpose.   You will have had the opportunity to...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • ROBOTIC Arm in plexiglass part 1

      We create our first robotic arm with four degrees of freedom, with bench-top, gripper for grasping objects and five servo controls that can be managed by Arduino or other electronics. Automation and robotics represent the most...

    • Posted 8 months ago
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  • Bitmain and 96Boards Have Released the Sophon Edge Development Board for Deep Learning

    Bitmain has been moving into the AI business with their offshoot Sophon, which specializes in TPU-equipped devices. The company has recently collaborated with 96Boards to launch the Sophon Edge Developer Board to bring deep-learning capabilities for any number...

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  • RISC OS Has Been Released to Open Source

    RISC OS was first released in 1987 by iconic British computer company Acorn Computers and was created by the same team who designed the original Arm microprocessor. The operating system was a proprietary, closed-source product, sometimes licensed...

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  • Arduino Command Line Interface Is Here!

    Only a few days ago, Arduino announced on his website the availability of the Arduino CLI on both ARM and Intel (x86, x86_64) architectures. This means you can install Arduino CLI on a Raspberry Pi or on your...

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  • Shakti RISC-V based Processor: the First Open Source Indian Chip

    Shakti is an open-source initiative by IIT Madras aimed at developing industrial-grade processors based on RISC-V. This open source RISC-V processor is developed by students in India with assistance from Intel and its 22nm FinFET Technology. These...

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  • Nvidia Deep Learning Accelerator Will Be Integrated into Arm’s Machine Learning Platform

    Nvidia and Arm have announced their new partnership to bring deep learning inferencing to the billions of mobile, consumer electronics, and internet of things devices, just few days ago. Based on Nvidia’s Xavier AI chip, the autonomous machine...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • BBC micro:bit

      The latest initiative by BBC to teach anyone how to code, from 0 to 99-year-olds… and beyond.   BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) created the tiniest microcomputer that they will offer free of charge to every English...

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  • New Arduino IoT Boards Unveiled: MKR WAN 1300 and MKR GSM 1400

    At World Maker Faire New York Arduino has unveiled the new Arduino MKR WAN 1300 and the Arduino MKR GSM 1400, two new boards that are designed to offer a practical and cost-effective solution for developers, makers and...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Intel Takes a Step Back In The Internet-of-things

    A few weeks ago,  Intel has quietly discontinued its three SBC boards, the Joule, Edison and Galileo. To summarise the hardware, Edison was to be the platform for wearable manufacturers to use, Galileo went after the famous Raspberry Pi’s low-cost...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • The Raspberry Pi 3 is the most desired maker SBC

    This is the interesting result of the “2017 hacker board survey” by Linuxgizmos.com. The 2017 Hacker Board Survey is the annual Linuxgizmos reader survey of open-spec, Linux- or Android-ready single board computers priced under $200. Raspberry Pi...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • How to turn your Orange Pi 2G-IoT into a Cell Phone

    Few months ago we spoke about the Orange Pi 2g-IoT, a low cost ARM Linux board with 2G, and WiFi & Bluetooth connectivity, basically with the guts of a smartphone minus the display and battery. Shenzhen Xunlong...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Julia: Raspberry Pi Free and Open Source Programming Language

    Raspberry Pi enthusiasts looking for a way to open up new possibilities with the Raspberry Pi mini PC range may be interested in the free, open source general-purpose programming language Julia. The team behind the Julia programming...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • ABC: Basic Connections – The Essential Reference Book for Makers

    ABC: Basic Connections is the essential reference book that every maker should have in their toolkit. A collection of neat, easy to read, high quality circuit diagrams and pinouts that will show you how to properly connect...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Orange Pi, the unconventional choice

    What could the best choice be if you don’t want to buy an Arduino or a Raspberry Pi board? This is the same question Dave Egts made himself, and Orange Pi is his answer. Dave needed the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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