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We partnered with a great non-profit to offer hands-on tech experiences for girls!

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Today we start preorders on the Qduino, and release a few new versions of classic products!

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The FreeSoC2 board is a great way to start using the incredibly powerful PSoC5LP processor line from Cypress Semiconductor.

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A Humidity/Temp Sensor, a new book, and a fantastic demo!

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Are you a maker trying to learn how to Hack the Gibson? Consider going to DEF CON!

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Let's talk to the people behind the proverbial curtain.

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"What would you say... you do here?"

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An itsy-bitsy WiFi adapter and a new pcDuino revision. TGIF!

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What are your "yourself" limits when it comes to DIY? What do you value when in your project and what are you looking to accomplish when you "do it yourself"?

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A Q&A with one of the creators of an awesome, potentially-lifesaving new safety device

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This week, we release the Photon SIK and the FLiR gets a price drop!

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SparkFun's drivers for MS Windows are now signed!

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SparkFun: helping people throw stuff into space since 2003

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