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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Admits defeat on its ultra-low-power efforts.
MKR Vidor 4000 unveiled this weekend.
Major upgrade over the original Gamebuino.
Appears to cede the market to ARM.
Doesn't even let Joule reach its first birthday.
Leaves Dialog the booby prize.
Intel taking the fight to Atmel.
Not quite a BBC Micro, mind.
Gunning for ARM in a major way.
Numerous improvements, still Quark-based.
Free boards for Windows developers.
Intel has unveiled an Arduino-compatible embedded system board that uses an x86 processor and runs Linux.
Big things afoot at the computing museum.
Arduino answers the Raspberry Pi challenge.
Low-cost microcomputer gets competition.
Microcomputer and microcontroller combined.
84MHz Cortex-M3 replaces the usual 16MHz ATmega.
The Raspberry Pi looks to be at the forefront of an impending flood of compact computing devices.
Programmer Dmitry Grinberg has achieved the seemingly impossible: Linux on an eight-bit microcontroller.
A team of students is looking for funding for a motion-controlled BSG Viper-themed flight simulator.
Gareth walks us through some simple and fun Arduino projects.
A team of hackers has created an eight-bit PC called the Humane Reader - for under $20.
The Makers Local 256 has released plans to build a computerised door lock which reads the unique ID of any USB-connected device and uses it as a key to gain access.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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