Posts Tagged ‘Android’

Android roundup – from RioT devboards to LG watches

Just ahead of a new competition, let’s do a roundup of Android posts (there’s a general clue there about the prize that’ll be on offer!) that have featured on Gadget Master in the last year or so.

Gadget Watch: Samsung Galaxy S5

Fifteen new things in Android…

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Android development a RioT with new devboard

One for Gadget Masters to note – Element14 has launched a single-board development system for Android-based handheld devices.

Based around a 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 core in a Freescale i.MX 6Solo microcontroller, it’s called the RioTboard, writes Steve Bush, and it is priced at £46.

With its…

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Beaglebone as Android accessory

Here’s a nice short little video demonstrating the use of a Beaglebone with Android… Posted by Khasim Syed Mohammed, of Texas Instruments, he shows his Android phone programmatically driving LED lights on the (TI Sitara AM335x ARM Cortex-A8 processor powered) Beaglebone, and reading a runtime clock… For more…

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Converting a Nintendo Game Boy into an Android Gamepad

If you liked your Game Boy of old, check out the work of this gaming Gadget Master bringing it up to Android-date. He writes:

I wanted to play Nintendo emulators on my phone, but did not like the touch screen input. I’ve heard this complaint time and again…

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Galaxy Note II drives liquid pixel display project

Okay, so it’s a promo film for the new Android-based Samsung Galaxy Note II, but I think it is well worth an airing and a sharing. I don’t know much about interactive water art, but I know what I like…

Watch the work of Steak Studio, over…

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Megapad modding brings Android to the kitchen table

We’ve previously mentioned a DIY Android Gadget Starter Kit and an Android IO breakout board, but now check out the Megapad, a large custom built touchscreen Android tablet built by one Martin Drashkov. Measuring 23-inches, the screen supports some Minority Report-style swishing with Google Earth, and the…

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Watch out, there’s a new BeagleBoard about

It’s not all about the (Atmel AVR-based) Arduino here on Gadget Master, check out the latest (TI OMAP3530-based) BeagleBoard offering, the xM. Available from Digi-Key for $179, the devkit is equipped with 512MB of memory and an ARM Cortex-A8 based processor to run open source…

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Android G1 controls The Knife and Fork robot

“Forknife 2″ is the robot macpoddotnet built to show off “some of the cool things you can do with open source software and hardware”.

On YouTube, he writes that the robot is based off of the SRV-1 robot controller. The android application controlling the robot is called SRV1Console and…

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Odys Loox Android tablet competition terms and conditions

1. This competition is open to all UK residents aged 18 or over except employees of Reed Business Information Limited and their immediate families.

2. The Competition closes on Friday 28 August 2012.

3. The winner will be chosen by ElectronicsWeekly.com, the team behind Gadget Master.

4. The prize…

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