Check out the new BeagleBone Green Wireless from SeeedStudio. Increasingly, dev boards come with built-in RF connectivity and the BeagleBone is following this path.
The eBike in question is made by FLUX. It's a Tesla battery bike only in the sense that the 17A extended lithium battery, available as an option, is the same as those used in the Tesla model S.
A German company called Seprotronic has designed uninterruptible power supplies for use with a Raspberry Pi.
Check out these photos from a recent launch event for the BBC micro:bit Model Rocket Car Competition.
"This wearable doesn't measure your heartbeat, it won't track your position and we most definitely wont count any calories! The pin does one thing - it enhances your personality."
MI:power powers the BBC micro:bit via a 3V coin cell battery and is intended to make it easier for the BBC micro:bit to be used within wearable tech projects
The Whisper Node is based on the AVR ATMega328p, the same chip used on the Arduino.
Arduino now has a standalone voice recognition and synthesiser, and apparently it doesn't require an internet connection or cloud-based processing.
Students from Haute Ecole ARC Ingénierie, Switzerland have won the Grand Final of the NXP Cup EMEA Challenge 2016.
Raspberry Pi projects are always popular and the distributor RS Components has compiled a list of its Top 5 Raspberry Pi 3 project ideas.