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10 Tiny Development Boards That Are Up to the Task
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7/29/2013   41 comments
Development boards are getting smaller every day. Here are a collection of 10 so small they might disappear into your sofa if you're not careful.
10 Projects Showcasing the Raspberry Pi's Versatility
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7/26/2013   28 comments
The Raspberry Pi is everywhere, you may not have thought of these interesting uses though. From antique telephones to feeding your dog, you may be surprised.
Slideshow: Google Upgrades Android, Nexus, TV
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7/25/2013   29 comments
We take a look at the new Nexus 7, Android 4.3, and Chromecast and share a brief chat with Google's Mr. Android and the chairman of Asus.
Slideshow: Scenes From Semicon West 2013
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7/17/2013   3 comments
Images from the recently concluded Semicon West, the semiconductor capital equipment industry's annual tradeshow in San Francisco.
Raspberry Pi: 15 Accessories Elevate Pi From Novelty to Workhorse
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7/9/2013   22 comments
Here are 15 popular accessories that will transform a simple computer into a powerful engine.
Slideshow: Lam Eyes Next $1B Opportunity
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7/8/2013   10 comments
The man who helped establish the plasma etcher in the 1980s hopes to ride e-beam to the rescue of a chip-making process running out of gas.
Rival Robot Styles Compete
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7/3/2013   14 comments
A look at the different types of robots squaring off in the DARPA Robotics Challenge.
Slideshow: Darpa's Virtual Robotics Challenge Gets Underway
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7/2/2013   11 comments
Nine of the 26 teams that competed in Phase One of the Virtual Robotics Challenge are moving on to the next round.


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