• Raspberry Pi sized Grapeboard SBC runs Linux on NXP’s single-core –A53

    The GrapeBoard SBC, which runs Linux on NXP’s single-core, Cortex-A53 QorIQ LS1012A SoC, is designed for IoT applications that require a combination of CPU performance, high-speed networking, and data storage and retrieval, including sensor gateways, communication hubs,...

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  • XTRX – A high-performance SDR in a mini PCIe form factor

    The Fairwaves XTRX mini-PCIe SDR card, launched on Nov. 30 at Crowd Supply, is a low-cost embeddable SDR card aimed at high data rate apps including 4G/5G and “massive” MIMO. The company claims the full sized mini-PCIe XTRX card...

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  • PiCar-S Lets You Make Your Own Racing Robot

    The SunFounder PiCar-S Raspberry Pi supplies a complete arsenal of tools to create your own four-wheeler. Whether you’re a total robotics newbie or just want something new to tinker with, this PiCar-S set is a fun and engaging way...

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  • SIGUINO – The Arduino Designed for IoT

    Creating a new IoT device from idea to prototype to final product is not as easy as it can be made out to be. Scott Tattersall has created the Siguino to make it easier for anyone else...

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  • Moto Mods developer boards: sensor, display, and Raspberry Pi HAT compatible

    Modern mobile devices are, in most cases, pretty boring. Maybe we’re missing the spirit of innovation we saw at the start of the 3G era, with phone designs that went off in strange new directions. So what...

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  • LTE NB-IoT Open-Source Arduino Shield with CAT-M & GNSS

    An open-source LTE shield equipped with SIMCOM’s SIM7000-series modules combined with the latest LTE CAT-M technology has been created by Hackaday member Timothy Woo to enable Arduino users to easily connect low-power Internet of Things devices to next-generation cellular technology. “With the emergence...

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  • Western Digital Gives A Billion Unit Boost To Open Source RISC-V CPU

    Western Digital is known for its storage products. What many do not realize is that the company ships over 1 billion processor cores within its products each year and is moving toward 2 billion per year. At...

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  • IOT-GATE-RPi: CompuLab’s mini-PC/gateway builds on the RPi CM3

    CompuLab has added another Linux-friendly member to its IOT-GATE family of ultra-compact mini-PCs: the new IOT-GATE-RPi with Raspberry Pi Compute Module 3, a COM version of the Raspberry Pi 3. The IOT-GATE-RPi features dual 10/100 Ethernet ports,...

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  • Remote Patient Monitoring? Now It’s Possible!

    The Connected Health project aims to bring vital sign monitoring to the masses with a simple, inexpensive unit built around commodity hardware. This monitoring system is connected to the Internet, which enables remote patient monitoring. They developed...

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  • The Tactigon, THE gesture controller

      Tactigon is born for the prototyping and developing of interfaces for gesture recognition and capture both integrated with environmental parameters; this board connects via Bluetooth and can be programmed through Arduino IDE.  

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  • Omega2 based Oboo Clock: BT speaker and gesture controlled streaming

    Onion’s Oboo Smart Clock BT music streamer is built on its Linux-driven Omega2 COM, and offers 3W speakers, device charging, and WiFi-based info updates. All four available models measure 152 x 62 x 30mm, and offer a...

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  • Industrial IoT gets out of the box with 4zerobox!

    The first Python-programmable modular toolbox to develop Industrial-grade IoT solutions is now live on Kickstarter The Italian tech startup TOI (Things On Internet) Srl, active in the development of IoT solutions, today launched a Kickstarter campaign for...

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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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  • BPI-M2 Magic is the Smallest and Cheapest Banana Pi Board

      SinoVoip has launched an open source “Banana Pi M2 Magic” SBC with a quad -A7 Allwinner A33, WiFi and BT, a 40-pin RPi header, and a 51 x 51mm footprint. It’s now selling for $23 on...

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  • Nova: 4G LTE Cat-M Ready Open Source Modem for Cellular IoT Connectivity

    Hologram has announced the release of Nova, the world’s first open source modem for cellular IoT connectivity. Nova is a 4G LTE Cat-M ready USB cellular modem purpose-built for Internet of Things development. “We built the Nova...

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  • Nvidia Open Sourced His Deep Learning Accelerator (DLA) Module

    This week the company released as open source the designs to a chip module it made to power deep learning in cars, robots, and smaller connected devices such as cameras. That module, the DLA for deep learning...

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  • Casa Jasmina: Home Automation Masterpiece

    Casa Jasmina is a prototype Italian family home, where most objects and services are made by open source, maker-style methods built in a derelict factory. Built in Torino, Italy by Jasmina Tesanovic and Bruce Sterling with the...

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  • Linux-Ready RISC-V 64-Bit Multicore CPU: SiFive U54-MC Coreplex IP

    SiFive announced the availability of the 64-bit, quad-core U54-MC Coreplex – the first Linux-ready application processor built around the open source RISC-V architecture. Fabricated with a TSMC’s 28nm HPC process, the real-time capable U54-MC Coreplex is the...

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