SparkFun moves up to a "real building" - business ensues
The positives and negatives of shipping lithium batteries in the 21st century.
These electrifying little devices are getting more restricted by the year.
Catching 'Em All can drain your smartphone battery; let's see if we can fix it in style!
Why do we feel a tingle when we lick a 9V battery?
Checkout our caliper battery hack and a new class on creating basic schematics.
A Scooter battery meter grows into something a little bit crazier!
A new robotics board and Arduino shield should help ease you into the weekend!
It's time for a sale! Plus, we're announcing a new product section: the Sale Category.
Say "hello" to the Arduino FIO - plus a few other new products!
It's 2011 and we expect this to be a big year for new products.
Nate travels through UBC in Vancouver discovering amazing research projects and beautiful art, finishing up with a ride on the Mondo Spider.
New LilyPad kits, sensors, perf boards, a crazy package tracker, and various pictures updates. Oh, and Production is moving.
SparkFun visits various factories and the electronics market in Shenzhen, China.
It's Inventory Day for us, but don't worry, we still have some new products for you!
Fast cars and muscles. Sounds like a great Friday!
Now that AVC is done, we have a bunch of new products to talk about.
Nathan Seidle tells the story of SparkFun, how we got started and why we do what we do.
Engineer Chris went to Burning Man, and needed some solar power for his project. Thus, a Roundtable was born.
A small solar powered bird tracker that weighs only 11 grams!
Watch and learn: a video about the design process for a mobile camera
We got a new shipment of stuff for this week that includes some swag, some new Arduino boards, and a couple of revisions.
Lynne Bruning, friend of SparkFun and E-Textile expert, joins us for a guest post.
This is the first ever product post at our new day, Friday.
Check out the open source photo light you can control with your phone.
We have a round of bright new products for you to take for a spin!
Guest blog post by Arnoud Buzing of Wolfram Research on using the Edison and SparkFun Blocks to make a pendulum monitor.
The weekend is almost here, so we're talking about the new products from this week and demonstrating a couple as well.
When things become sentient, it's good to be able to remotely kill power.
What items would you like to see available down the street? Oh, and some new products posted.
A whole new line of wireless, finger-tip sized, Arduino compatible development boards and shields!
We didn't find any events that matched polymer lithium ion battery. Would you like to Browse Classes?
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