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$39 Arduino Compatible Boardset Runs Linux On New x86 SoC - (Thursday 28th of November 2013 06:52:00 PM)
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Arduino Enables a Low-Cost Space Revolution - (Wednesday 10th of July 2013 03:09:00 AM)
RocketAcademy writes "Arduino, the popular open-source microcontroller board, is powering a
revolution in low-cost space-mission design. San Francisco-based Planet Labs, a spinoff of
NASA's PhoneSat project, has raised $13 million to launch a flock of  [...]
In Insert Coin, we look at an exciting new tech project that requires funding before it can hit
production. If you'd like to pitch a project, please send us a tip with "Insert Coin" as the
subject line. Everybody loves robots, but the initial ardor  [...]
Arduino Branches Out, With a Plug-and-Program Robot - (Saturday 18th of May 2013 08:21:00 PM)
Mikejuk writes "The new Arduino robot looks a bit like a robot vacuum cleaner, but it has a lot
more going for it and it certainly doesn't suck — well not unless you add an air pump to
it. As always, the Arduino Robot is  [...]
Visualized: Arduino Uno shows up in NASA's Swamp Works facility - (Thursday 21st of February 2013 07:33:00 AM)
There are certain things you'd expect to skirmish on a visit to NASA's Swamp Works
preparation facility. Walking into the former Apollo testing facility, you'll almost certainly
catch glimpses of martian rovers, soil samples and an assortment of scientific  [...]
We've seen attempts at recreating video game racing in real life. For Artica and The Arcade
Man, there's no desire to freeze the illusion -- they've jury-rigged two Sega Rally cabinets to
control the strictly real-world racing resume of RC cars. Their  [...]
Insert Coin: A look back at ten top projects from 2011 - (Saturday 31st of December 2011 08:00:00 PM)
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If you can dream it, Arduino can help you build it -- perhaps with a dash of MakerBot thrown
in for good measure. The latest homebrew project to hit the ol' inbox sounds an alarm at all
you leave a room without a registered item.  [...]
It's like saint nick in July Arduino fans. The Italian open-source housewares scaffolding
just scored a number of new add-ons and a pair of fresh iterations that are sure to keep you
tinkering and hacking for some time. First up is the Arduino Ethernet  [...]
We've seen plenty of transportable solar chargers in our time, but few have looked quite as
versatile as B-Squares -- a new levy of 3D modular energy storage devices that can be arranged
in various configurations, proper to the kind of gadget you're  [...]

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