• SparkFun Pro nRF52840 Mini: a Powerful Combination of Cortex-M4 CPU and 2.4GHz Bluetooth

    The SparkFun Pro nRF52840 Mini Bluetooth development board is now available priced at $30 and features a ARM Cortex-M4 CPU supported by 1MB internal Flash and 256kB internal RAM. The board comes pre-programmed with a USB bootloader....

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  • Pedalino: Open Source Wireless MIDI Foot Controller

    Pedalino is a new open source wireless MIDI controller which supports both iOS and Android operating system’s and offers a fully featured MIDI controller with three user profiles, and is capable of controlling up to 48 foot switches. That’s an impressive amount...

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  • DIY Your Open Source Access Point

    If you have the weekend off and if you own a Raspberry Pi 3 or Zero W sbc, this project is prefect for you! The Raspberry Pi wireless access point is built on top of Linux, using...

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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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  • Bang & Olufsen and HiFiBerry Announced a Partnership in the Beocreate Open Source Program

    The recently announced partnership between the acclaimed speaker manufacturer Bang & Olufsen and the digital audio company HiFiBerry will allow DIY audio enthusiasts to easily transform their vintage B&O speakers into wireless audio workhorses. The new open...

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  • WiFish, Let’s program Fishino over WiFi

      Our Arduino compatible board Fishino acquires a new functionality, upload and updating of sketches over wireless, without the need of a wired connection.   Being able to program the Fishino board on the field, without physically connection...

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  • Control your Raspberry Pi Robot Wirelessly!

    If you’ve got a Raspberry Pi computer and an Android phone, then building a remote-controlled robot could be easier than you think, courtesy of Blue Dot. Blue Dot links the Pi to an Android app that displays a blue dot...

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  • What does your robot need? Maybe a BeagleBone Blu!

    The  BeagleBone Blue from BeagleBoard.org is a credit-card sized board with all the components needed to operate a robot or even a drone. It is open source, as its schematics have been published, and developers can replicate the board. It has...

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  • New Raspberry Pi Zero W!

    5 years ago the first Raspberry Pi board was launched on the market. Now they celebrate their birthday revealing a new variant of Raspberry Pi Zero with wireless LAN and Bluetooth: the Raspberry Pi Zero W precisely. Here’s...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • BeagleBone Black Wireless now available

    Important update for the well known and appreciated BeagleBone black, now with wifi embedded! Replacing the 10/100 Ethernet port with onboard 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz WiFi and Bluetooth, the popular open source BeagleBone™ Black computer now comes with...

    • Posted 2 years ago
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  • Ultimaker: 3D Printers

    Ultimaker, the leading open source 3D printer manufacturer, announced today the global availability of the next generation of its 3D printing product line, the Ultimaker 3. With Ultimaker 3’s advanced capability to print complex geometries using industrial-grade...

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  • BeagleBone Black Wireless just released!

    Replacing the 10/100 Ethernet port with onboard 802.11 b/g/n 2.4GHz WiFi and Bluetooth, the popular open source BeagleBone™ Black computer now comes with built-in wireless networking capability. BeagleBone™ Black Wireless was designed with maximum connectivity in mind,...

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  • Discover and Design innovative applications in Wireless Power with Us

        The possibility to transfer electric power by means of electromagnetic waves was proved for the first time by Nikola Tesla, in 1890: he probably could not imagine how the discovery would have been appreciated nowadays....

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  • Rediscovering the magic of wireless communication

    Fascinating history of wireless communications, with lots of info and schematics to try reating your DIY wireless communication system on Ashish’s Programming Journal: In this modern age of high tech gadgets, it is easy to take the...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • Sierra Wireless pushes high the M2M and IoT fast development with AirPrime

    The explosive growth of the Internet of Things is bringing new opportunities and a need for developers to be able to quickly and easily move new IoT apps from drawing board to reality. Although there are a...

    • Posted 3 years ago
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  • ArduRF wants to facilitate Arduino RF experimentations

    ArduRF is is a wireless electronics development platform closely based on Arduino hardware that wants to make Wireless Links easier keeping full Arduino Compatibility with Long Range AES-128 Encrypted Radio Link, all this being Battery Powered or operating from a...

    • Posted 4 years ago
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  • Welcome the Open Source Wireless Inventors Shield for Arduino

    You’ll probably remember several projects that tried to extend Arduino use in wireless. Well this project really stands up and got funded indeed. 500 foot range. Make your Arduino project wireless in minutes, with the Open Source...

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