MI/O- ATmega328 Based Smart Watch By Markus Bindhammer
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MI/O- ATmega328 Based Smart Watch By Markus Bindhammer

Wristwatches are an integral part of our dressing, and also help us plan our day to day activities, making sure we don't miss meetings, gym, exams, parties etc. These days, a good looking watch speaks volumes about the wearer, because it’s one of the most noticeable accessories a...

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Cost-effective air quality sensor functions with Raspberry Pi
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Cost-effective air quality sensor functions with Raspberry Pi

Metriful has announced a $39 “Sense” indoor air quality sensor module that functions with the Raspberry Pi and other I2C-enabled systems. The Covid-19 pandemic has led to most of the earth’s population being indoor, and for some especially less privileged they are stuck in crowded...

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Skytraq Launches Tiny PX1122R Multi-Band RTK GNSS Module, Enabling Centimeter Accuracy
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Skytraq Launches Tiny PX1122R Multi-Band RTK GNSS Module, Enabling Centimeter Accuracy

A couple of years ago Skytraq launched the NavSpark mini, a tiny (17x17mm) GPS module, that sold for $6. However, the company has now launched an even smaller module called Skytraq PX1122R, which  measures at just 16x12mm, and offers support for GPS, Galileo, GLONASS, and Beidou...

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New PiSugar2 Adds Battery Pack And UPS Features
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New PiSugar2 Adds Battery Pack And UPS Features

The team of engineers at the PiSugar project has launched a second-generation version of their compact battery accessory for the Raspberry Pi Zero family of single-board computers, and they call it the PiSugar2. Last year, the original PiSugar was launched, integrating a 900mAh...

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nrfsec, For Unlocking Any Protected nRF51-Series System-on-Chip for Debug
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nrfsec, For Unlocking Any Protected nRF51-Series System-on-Chip for Debug

Loren Browman, a security analyst recently published a guide to automated unlocking of Nordic Semiconductor’s nRF51-series systems-on-chips (SoCs) which claims to be protected, enabling a full memory dump or interactive debugging regardless of protection settings. In a blog piece for...

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TransferFi Launches Wireless Power Network for Lightning Up Sensors Up To 55 Meters Away
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TransferFi Launches Wireless Power Network for Lightning Up Sensors Up To 55 Meters Away

For a while now, we have witnessed the use of wireless charging, by placing a phone or other devices that support wireless charging on a charging pad. Energous is one of the companies that started promoting their near-field, mid-field, and far-field wireless charging solutions, with...

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BreadBee Tiny Embedded Linux SBC is Based On MStar MSC313E Camera SoC
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BreadBee Tiny Embedded Linux SBC is Based On MStar MSC313E Camera SoC

We have many tiny and compact Arm Linux SBC on the market today, ranging from NanoPi NEO to Raspberry Pi Zero or Rock Pi S. However, Daniel Palmer is launching a crowdfunding campaign for the BreadBee, which is tiny, but yet fully-functional Linux-based single-board computer designed...

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SparkFun launches SparkX Qwiic Compatible Board to Enable Stepper Motor Control
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SparkFun launches SparkX Qwiic Compatible Board to Enable Stepper Motor Control

SparkFun has announced another experimental SparkX board design, which enables higher motor control on a Qwiic-compatible I2C bus, with support for a built-in emergency stop button, and the capability to drive motors requiring up to 2A. The Qwiic Step is the latest of SparkFun's entry...

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