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Dyson creates new electronics development centre

In Dyson is on fast electronics trajectory, Richard Wilson interviews Claudio Zizzo, global head of electronics at Dyson, about the launch of the Dyson 360 Eye robot vacuum cleaner. The interview centres on on how electronics hardware and software design has become an important element in product development at Dyson…

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Giving your Raspberry PI a boost for home automation

Time for another Gadget Master competition. It’s well overdue! The Raspberry Pi always proves popular, so how about a chance to get your hands on a PiFace Relay+ and PiFace MotorControl Extra. We have fifty of these pairs of kit to give away, in association with Farnell element14. Enter…

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Get the Electronics Weekly magazine Digital Edition

Want to get your hands on Electronics Weekly magazine? The best way is to sign up for the Digital Edition It’s simple – you get the full magazine content but in digital form. We send you a weekly email and you just click a link to access full page-turning…

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Salary Survey 2014 - Part II - Regional variations

I must flag the latest Salary Survey article we have just published – see Salary Survey 2014 – Part II – Location, location, location As its name suggests, it is a look at some of the regional variations to be found. We were very glad to get more than one thousand UK respondents…

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Picture Gallery - World Cup 2014 goal-line technology

There’s another picture gallery new to the site to highlight… Yes, there’s a sporting event taking place in Brazil, but what really interests us is the latest goal-line, camera and wireless communications technology involved, the GoalControl-4D system! View FIFA World Cup 2014 goal-line technology &gt…

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Eben Upton on Raspberry Pi Compute Module

It’s pleasing to see our interview with Eben Upton – founder of the Raspberry Pi foundation, and one of the creators of the Raspberry Pi – is being viewed by a lot of people on the site. Ahead of changes in format and design next month, he discusses the reasons for…

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