• Google AIY kits 2018: Raspberry Pi Zero WH SBC for the Voice and Vision Kit

    Google has launched updated, and more complete, versions of Google’s AIY Projects kits for audio voice agent and visual neural network processing development that bundle a Raspberry Pi Zero WH SBC. The Zero WH model adds to the standard...

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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...

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  • Orange Pi 4G-IOT : the Most Wireless Orange Pi SBC

    Shenzhen Xunlong has just launched the new Orange Pi 4G-IOT for $45 on Aliexpress. The open-spec SBC includes an unnamed, 4G LTE radio module with mini-SIM card slot, as well as a combo module that includes WiFi,...

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  • Build a Simple Presence Alarm system with email notifications

      Based on our ESP03 demoboard, this device sends out email notifications through Gmail when the onboard P.I.R. detects movement. The traditional alarm system which just makes a sound alarm go off and maybe sends out an...

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  • GreenWaves Technologies unveils Gap8, the Low Power RISC-V IoT Processor Optimized for AI

    Fabless startup Greenwaves Technologies has announced the availability of its GAP8 IoT application processor to handle low-power AI processing in sensor devices. The new processor targets industrial and consumer products integrating artificial intelligence, and advanced classification such...

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  • Open-Source CAT-M1/NB-IoT Shield for Arduino on Indiegogo

    This is the first open-source cellular Arduino shield of its kind using SIMCom’s latest SIM7000-series modules with LTE CAT-M and NB-IoT support, optimized for low-power IoT devices. The shield also integrates incredibly fast GNSS, and a high-accuracy...

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  • Tock OS, the Open Source Secure Embedded OS for Cortex-M Based Microcontrollers

    Yes, I know it…there are already a lot of open source operating systems running on Arm Cortex-M microcontrollers, so what’s different about it? Tock is the operating system specifically designed for (secure) IoT on Arm Cortex-M MCUs....

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  • Windows 10 Running On A Raspberry Pi 3…Will It Work?

    Dutch developer Bas Timmer  revealed images of his Raspberry Pi 3 running Windows 10 just few days ago. We are not talking about the cutdown Internet of Things version of the Windows 10 operating system, but the full version...

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  • Mozilla’s Thing Gateway, the Secure Connection Between You and Your Smart Home Devices

    Few day ago, Mozilla announced the release of one of the first Project Things effort: an internet of things (IoT) hub called Things Gateway. Using a Raspberry Pi and Mozilla’s newly-released software, users can control their smart home devices...

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  • Air Force Research Laboratory has been working on a Flexible Arduino

    “Lightweight, low-cost and flexible electronic systems are the key to next-generation smart technologies for military as well as consumer and commercial applications. An Air Force Research Laboratory-led project in conjunction with NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics Institute,...

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  • SensiBLEduino – New Arduino-supported, hardware-ready development kit

    IoT application developers are offered a proof-of-concept system by Israeli IoT specialist, SensiEdge. It has released SensiBLEduino, an off-the-shelf, hardware-ready development kit based around the open source Arduino. Arduino is known to simplify the process of working...

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  • Grove Starter Kit for the LimeSDR Mini is Raspberry Pi Compatible

    Lime Microsystems has added to its successful LimeSDR Mini crowdfunding campaign on Crowd Supply with a $249 Grove Starter Kit designed to work with a Raspberry Pi. The Grove Starter Kit for the LimeSDR Mini offers another way to...

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  • 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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