For Part 3 of the "Getting started with micro:bit" series, we read temperature from a built-in sensor and rotate a servo.

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Today we are happy to bring you a handy BNC adapter board for the Digilent Analog Discovery 2 and an updated version of the popular 2xAAA battery holder.

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In this Enginursday, we'll explore some of the problems that can creep up when connecting I2C devices

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For part 2 of Getting Started with micro:bit, we create a virtual Magic 8 Ball.

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The Particle Electron is here, along with two brand new Arduino boards and a revision to our popular Ardumoto shields!

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Add light elements to your projects quickly and easily!

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In this next-to-last installment of the Digital Pantry project, we do some enclosure fabrication and build our own vacuum molding table!

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The BBC micro:bit is being released in the United States! I'll show you how to get started with it using Microsoft's MakeCode block editor.

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The Bean+ from PunchThrough Design, a new Geiger Sensor, and a 6V 2A wall adapter.

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We like to potty! We like, we like to potty!

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The tech news world has been buzzing with the recent congressional vote to overturn FCC privacy rules that were passed last year. We look at how ISPs can access and use data from your IoT devices.

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Today's the last day to score deal on your favorite boards!

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Two new audio boards that utilize the InGenius and OutSmarts IC suite, as well as a new digital servo!

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Amazon has released an example allowing you to create an Alexa endpoint on a Raspberry Pi 3 (or 2B). It's free and open source, so you can tear it apart, see how it works and modify it as you see fit!

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Let's build a small smoke machine to harass our friends and colleagues!

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I create a Yagi antenna out of Popsicle sticks and paperclips and use it to measure connection strength (RSSI) to WiFi access points.

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Two comments: First, I’d stick some sort of a delay into the loop with the servo, just to keep the CPU’s temperature from rising (assumng,…
Well… “We’ll also be having an autonomous human rider class.” To be clear, the PRS guys can’t come this year due to a scheduling…
Do you think could I do the same with a 3v panel 2.5v 10F supercap to charge a 3.2v lifepo battery? Or do I need 2 supercaps? Thanks in…
Oh, so A+PRS is a no-go… Dang, we were so pumped for that. Missed it last year.
Please tell me you will bring back A+PRS!!!
That’s a good point and you nailed the reason why I didn’t test (and therefore mention) active terminators, because we don’t have an active…
I tried with this code in the text editor but I got this message, when trying to run it: Traceback (most recent call last): File…
Great article, but you missed the chance to talk about active terminators for I2C. Active terminators can clean up those slow I2C signals a…
I remember my first design involving I2C. I was adding to an existing design, and it ended up with two I2C buses, the first being designed…
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