• New artificial intelligence company is unveiling the largest semiconductor chip ever built

      The Cerebras Wafer Scale Engine has 1.2 trillion transistors, the basic on-off electronic switches that are the building blocks of silicon chips. Intel’s first 4004 processor in 1971 had 2,300 transistors, and a recent Advanced Micro Devices processor has...

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  • System76 Thelio: the Linux-Powered Open Source Computer Made in USA

    System76 generally works with other makers to obtain laptops, which it then loads with a Linux-based operating system — Ubuntu or its own Pop!_OS. But System76 has long been looking to make a Linux-powered computer in the...

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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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  • Google’s Edge TPU Accelerator adds an Edge TPU coprocessor to your system

    Following Google’s announcement of an embedded friendly Edge TPU version of its Tensor Processing Unit AI chip and the related Cloud IoT Edge stack for IoT gateways, the company announced a USB stick computer version of Edge TPU that...

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  • Programming the Pi Using Arduino Sketches

    Massimo Banzi, the co-founder of the Arduino Project, last week announced that if you know how to write programs to control hardware using Arduino boards you can now use the same language to control hardware attached to...

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  • Minix Neo N42C-4: Quad-Core Apollo Lake CPU for the Most Expandable Mini PC

    Minix has now officially launched the NEO N42C-4, with sales starting at the end of December at $299 on Amazon or GearBest. This new Mini Pc comes equipped with an Intel Pentium N4200 quad-core Apollo Lake processor and is...

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  • Intel RealSense Depth Cameras: Add 3D Vision To Your Project

    Intel has released two ready-to-use RealSense depth cameras, the D415 and the D435, that can add 3D capabilities to any device or machine. They both come in a USB-powered form factor and are capable of processing depth in real time, thanks...

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  • Intel Aero: Happy Hacking your Drone!

    Most will want to use their new drone to fly and shoot videos. On the other hand, getting inside and customizing a drone will be of interest to many engineers and programmers. There are a number of...

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  • Arduino Create toolkit now available for Intel-based systems running Linux

    Intel now it’s working to improve Arduino connectivity on Intel based systems running Linux with its cloud-based Arduino Create development software. Arduino Create is debuting on a kit version of Aaeon’s Intel Apollo Lake based UP Squared SBC called the...

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  • Pattern Recognition & Pattern Matching

      Let’s get to know the Intel technology implemented in SmartEverything, taking an overall look at the concepts at the base of it. You are probably familiar with the Arduino-like prototyping board series called SmartEverything, developed in...

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  • Mouser Now Offers The Powerful Open Source UDOO x86 SBC

    We spoke about the UDOO Kickstarter campaign just over a year ago. From this month, the  powerful x86 single board computers are available on Mouser.com. The open source X86 combines the power of a PC with prototyping...

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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...

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  • Xpider: World’s Smallest 3d Printed Spider Robot

    Roboeve team is passionate about making robots and Xpider is the result of their work. It is the smallest programmable spider robot in the world, only 3.4-inch in diameter and weights only 5.3 oz. You can easily place...

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  • DFRobot product line now available from Mouser Electronics

    Mouser Electronics announced a global distribution agreement with DFRobot, a leading robotics and open source hardware provider. The agreement brings DFRobot’s robotics and maker-focused products to Mouser’s growing open source lineup. The DFRobot product line available from...

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  • Drone – The latest Intel investment

    We admire the wonderful Super Bowl show recently … with the sky strangely illuminated. Intel was the maker! Drones are a good market because they use a lot of technology, including Intel’s RealSense depth cameras, and they...

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  • Intel® IoT Cloud Analytics: monitor your boards’ swarm

    Intel provides a nice feature dedicated to its IoT boards users: the IoT Analytics portal. IoT Analytics includes resources for the collection and analysis of sensor data that the Intel® IoT Developer Kit provides without having to invest...

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  • ArduSHIELD most universal shield for ARDUINO ever, 200% funded on Indiegogo

    ArduShield it is most universal development shield for most popular Arduino boards like a Arduino UNO R3, Mini, Pro Mini V5, Nano V3, MicroR3, Leonardo, Yun, Zero, Galileo Gen2 and many other derivative boards created by great...

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  • Intel Unveils Joule: A High-Performance Atom-Powered IoT Module & Maker Kit

    Back in 2013 Intel announced Galileo, the first of what has become a collection of IoT kits/platforms for hardware developers. Galileo and its compatriots Edison and Curie turned out to be solid hits for the company –...

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