• Minim Labs Toolkit Secures and Manages All IoT Home Devices

    At the Consumer Electronics Show Minim announced a free spin-off of Minim, its cloud-managed WiFi and security Software as a Service (SaaS) platform. Minim Labs is designed to work with a new open source software agent called...

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  • SolidRun Has Launched the Latest i.MX6 MicroSOM Based HummingBoard CBi Board

    SolidRun, a company focused on manufacturing Linux supported SBC and embedded boards, just announced the release of another addition to their Hummingboard series called the Hummingboard CBi. The new board features CAN port, serial ports and runs Linux on...

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  • Onion Omega2 Pro: Open Source Wireless Linux IoT Dev Board

    Following on the success of the Omega2 and Omega2 Plus, Onion is back with a third installment in their Omega line, the Omega2 Pro, which is a self-contained platform with the processor, memory, storage, and Wi-Fi radio baked...

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  • SinoVoip is Ready to Launch Two New SBCs: Banana Pi BPI-P2 Zero & Banana Pi BPI-R64

    Over the last week, SinoVoip has posted wiki pages for its open-spec, unpriced Banana Pi BPI-P2 Zero and Banana Pi BPI-R64 SBCs. Both boards support Linux and Android. As noted by the company BPI-P2 Zero has very...

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  • Banana Pi BPI-W2 Open Spec NAS and Multimedia Router

    Designed for media, storage, and networking application, the SinoVoIP’s Banana Pi BPI-W2 runs on a Realtek RTD1296 SoC with 4x Cortex-A53 cores clocked at up to 1.5GHz with a high-end Mali-T820 MP3 GPU. SinoVoip shows screenshots of test images...

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  • Arduino Has Launched the New Board Yún Rev 2

    Arduino Yún board launched in 2013 was the first official Arduino combining Arduino  and Linux thanks to respectively an  Atmel ATMega32u4 microcontroller, and Atheros AR9331 MIPS WiFi SoC running Linino, a fork of OpenWrt maintained by Arduino....

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  • CubieTech’s Open Source SBCs: CubieAIO-S700 and CubieAIO-S500

    CubieTech’s two new CubieAIO sandwich style boards appeared on the CubieTech website earlier this month: the now shipping CubieAIO-S700, as well as a CubieAIO-S500, which does not yet appear to be for sale. Like the CubieAIO-A20 (an...

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  • New LoRa gateway for IoT

        A startup company MatchX has released its new LoRa gateway, based on SX1301 chip, with Listen Before Talk, Spectral Scan, GPS, WiFi. It is using OpenWRT operating system, so it is hackable to anyone with...

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  • 3D Printed Physical Device for Internet Privacy Control

    A Spanish designer duo Roman Terre and Angeles Angulo have built a prototype of a rather simpler privacy solution called Thero. Their 3D printed internet connected device is still a concept that looks like a crystal made out of concrete,...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Linux Open Source Operating Systems for IoT

    9 Open Source Lunix OSes dedicated to IoT: Brillo — In the year since Google released Brillo, the lightweight Android-based distro has seen growing adoption among hacker boards such as the Intel Edison and Dragonboard 410c, and...

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  • FCC: No Ban On Open Source Firmware

    The Federal Communications Commission on Nov. 12 offered reassurance that it’s not trying to ban third-party router firmware in the wake of proposed rules that suggest otherwise. When it comes to licensed operations like the radio transmission...

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  • MediaTek Labs LinkIt™ Smart 7688 Open-Source IoT

    MediaTek Labs announced the MediaTek LinkIt Smart 7688 development platform, the latest addition to the LinkIt portfolio of development platforms. This new platform offers a variety of programming options and enables rapid development of advanced Wi-Fi based...

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  • ArduDisplay, when the display becomes interactive!

      We are going to build an internet-connected, Arduino-based display, on which we could write directly from a smartphone, by sending the messages over WiFi.   In the late 90s of last century LED displays have begun...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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