Where Open Hardware Is Today

Open source RISC-V processor on a SBC

From the open source RISC-V processor and Open Compute Project server designs to prosthetics and other items made with 3D printers, open source hardware is here to stay. […]

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An Ode to the Coming of the 4K Board

gramophone

Our irrepressible Phil Shapiro thought you might like to hear something on the Fourth that isn’t a national anthem or the 1812 Overture. And who knew he could sing or play an instrument? We’re considering renaming his column, The Penguinista Minstrel. […]

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An Open Source Unicycle Motor

Unicycle Motor

Open source driving a single wheel. Now, that’s a balancing act. Look at this open source unicycle motor.

The Screening Room

My open source buddy Kevin Cole, who lives in Washington DC […]

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iCub the Open Source Robot

iCub

It occurs to us that the iCub might be the perfect companion for an only child. Probably cheaper in the long run than a little brother or sister, and it can be turned off at […]

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Take a Look at Bluetooth 5

Bluetooth 5

After being unveiled in London last June, Bluetooth 5 was officially released on December 7, with a lot of features for IoT devices.

The Screening Room

Learn about the history of Bluetooth […]

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