The versatility of the Raspberry Pi. If further proof were needed check out these uses of a Pi to monitor Broadband speeds.
Time for another in our occasional DevBoard watch series: the NXP Kinetis K80 aimed at applications requiring advanced security, including point-of-sale and IoT-enabled devices.
We all know Google engineers are pretty smart cookies, and software engineer Max Braun is no exception. He complained on his blog that he couldn’t find a smart mirror, “So I made one,” he said.
I think this one is worth featuring on Gadget Master, a variation on the app development theme. It’s The AdMob Student App Challenge.
The new year is already getting older, January has already sped away from us. But let’s cling on a bit longer and see – by the power of Google Analytics – what clicked on Gadget Master in the month just gone.
Robot Wars battles its way back to UK screens this year, with Bluetooth on hand to help. Martin Woolley, Technical programme manager of the Bluetooth SIG, is among those awaiting the return! Robot Wars is making a return to UK screens after a 12 year holiday, news that understandably was met with much joy from fans worldwide, and Bluetooth is ...
We wrote about the Arduino/Genuino 101 being unveiled at the Maker Faire in Rome back in October last year, see Intel, Arduino combine on Genuino, a Raspberry Pi rival. Well, Mouser has confirmed it will be shipping the new board, in addition to stockists such as Cool Components, Proto-Pic, 4tronix and Pimoroni.
An insider’s summary of the entries received, and the design challenges their ingenious creators faced, with the Vertical Farming Design Challenge. Entries included a Modular Farm, an Automated Green House, and some Vertical Hydroponics…
Check out this video, which Sony claims is the “world’s first 48K 360° video”. Its filmed with the Sony Xperia Z5 Compact, which supports 4K imaging. It’s 360° but is it 4K or 48K?
Like a moth to a flame, I keep getting drawn to Cardboard, Google’s low-fi Virtual Reality system. The latest news is that spatial audio is coming to the Cardboard SDK…