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It was at the 2017 London Droidcon that I first saw a DrawBot in action - check out the video below - and now Google is sharing how to build your own version.
There's a new competition on Electronics Weekly, offering you the chance to win a Microchip embedded Linux development board.
This one will make you smile - an ingenious self-balancing unicycle. A hub motor electric unicycle, to be precise. And it goes at a decent lick.
There's been a number of good tech-related books published recently, which we've highlighted on Gadget Master, from the Fritzing PCB design tool to a younger person's Manga Guide to Microprocessors...
This one caught my eye on twitter - a Redditor has converted a 1961 Western Electric Model 500 telephone into a rotary cell phone using Arduino.
Serious about Golf? Well, check out this super smart putter, the Spider interactive, that analyses your progress on the greens.
The research into organic dyes at Berkeley Lab could lead to the development of improved solar cells that capture some previously missed solar energy.
The Open NSynth Super intelligent synthesiser is an experimental interface for "NSynth", itself a machine learning algorithm from Google...
Room has to be found on Gadget Master for this one - a book called WE: ROBOT: The robots that already rule our world.