Giant AirPod speaker powered by a Raspberry Pi

Using a Raspberry Pi YouTube TechWiser has created a fantastic portable speaker in the style of a giant Apple Aipod. Check out the video below to learn more about the Raspberry Pi speaker project and how you can create your very own gadgets using the Raspberry Pi. The video also shows other projects including installing […]

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Nebia by Moen shower head hits Kickstarter

Shower head manufacture and design company Nebia has returned to Kickstarter to launch their new most advanced shower head to date thanks to a partnership with Moen. The Nebia by Moen shower head offers twice the coverage of previous generations while saving half the water of standard showers. Watch the demonstration video below to learn […]

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Introduction to the Linux terminal commands

Those of you just beginning to learn the basics of Linux may be interested in a great video published by the YouTube channel Explaining Computers. The Linux Terminal tutorials are aimed at those of you moving from the Microsoft Windows operating system as well as users of the Raspberry Pi mini PC and similar. The […]

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Arduino Engineering Kit nominated for Bett Award 2020

IT teachers and Arduino enthusiasts will be pleased to know that the Arduino Engineering Kit has been nominated as a BETT Awards 2020 finalist in the “Higher Education or Further Education Digital Services” category. The Bett Awards have been created to celebrate the inspiring creativity and innovation that can be found throughout technology for education, […]

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Build your own basic mobile phone

Sharath N25 has published a great tutorial to the Instructables website providing the full tutorial on how to build your very own basic mobile phone using the STM32F407 Discovery Kit and a GSM A6 Module. The project contains three main modules a LCD 16×02 display for visual output, a flexible Hex keypad for input the […]

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Magnetic wooden building blocks allow children to push their creativity

Even today building blocks are great for children to play with from an early age, enabling them to improve their fine motor skills, cognition and more. Now a simple addition to the wooden building block in the form of magnets allows children to expand their creativity even further whatever their age. Kolekto A range of […]

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PinePhone $149 Linux smartphone starts shipping

After a slight delay the $149 PinePhone Linux smartphone has now started shipping to customers who have been pre-ordering the unique smartphone since it was made available back in November 2019. PINE64’s Lukasz Erecinski explained in an update, “we’re now ready and I am happy to confirm that PinePhones will begin shipping on January 17th, […]

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Acer TravelMate B3 and Spin B3 laptops arriving April 2020

As well as launching a new rugged Chromebook this week Acer is also gearing up to make available the TravelMate B3 and TravelMate Spin B3 laptops also designed for the education environment. Acer is expected to make the new laptops available during April 2020 with prices starting from and affordable $239. The Acer TravelMate B3 […]

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Fedora CoreOS stable preview now available

Fedora CoreOS is an automatically-updating, minimal operating system for running containerised workloads securely and at scale. It is currently available on multiple platforms, with more coming soon end is now available as a stable preview release. “Fedora CoreOS (FCOS) has no install-time configuration. Every FCOS system begins with a generic disk image. For each deployment […]

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Arduino Nano Weather Shield project

There are plenty of Arduino weather station tutorials available to follow but one published by Kutluhan Aktar not only displays whether information and activate RGB colour patterns but it also includes built-in BMP280 and photo-resistor custom designed by Aktar. If you have never built your own PCB the tutorial provides a great introduction into what […]

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