Featuring homemade electronic gadgets, the latest in development boards (Arduino, BeagleBoard, Raspberry Pi, etc), examples of cool design, and the latest and greatest (and most shiny) consumer gadgets.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery they say, and it’s a tribute to the impact of the likes of Arduino and Raspberry Pi that Microsft is now offering an equivalent development board.
Sharks Cove – the product of a partnership between Microsft, Intel and CircuitCo – is a pocket-sized…
We like Teardowns on Gadget Master, and this one involves the latest in wearable technology, Android Wear…
We wrote about IFTTT recently – If This Then That, a command sequencing app for smartphones – and here it comes in button form. Welcome the bt.tn.
“Simply press the bttn and your Magic Happens” is the slogan. While you may not be able to initiate WWIII with the press of…
Thanks to Jimmy C for highlighting this one – Top 10 Ways to Turn Your Retired Gadgetry into the Technology of the Future
Retro technology with a green twist (re-use is always better than recycle). What’s not to like?
For example, #9 is Create a Wireless Internet Radio from…
It doesn’t take the guys at iFixit long to teardown the latest piece of high-tech kit. The Galaxy S5 – Samsung’s flagship Android-based smartphone – is no exception.
It was first unveiled at Mobile World Congress back in February, but hit UK highstreets 11 April.
Check out their…
The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) runs from Tuesday 7 January – Friday 10 January in Las Vegas, showcasing the latest developments and trends in the world of consumer electronics.
There’s an ocean of new announcements, but a lifeboat – in the form of the Electronics Weekly News Roundup - will keep you…
Wolfson Microelectronics is working with audio processing company ComHear to develop chips for the wearable consumer audio applications.
The first product to be released, a Wolfson reference design headset integrates ComHear’s Kinetic Audio Processing (KAP) software onto Wolfson’s WM8280 Audio Hub with ambient noise cancellation (ANC).
Magellan has chosen Silicon Labs’ EFM32 Giant Gecko microcontroller for its Echo smart watch, which communicates over Bluetooth Smart to control, be controlled by, and display data from, smartphones.
It is particularly intended for use in sports, where it relies on the user’s iPhone (only certain models) to provide…