Intel Cyclone 10 FPGA and STM32H7 MCU combined to create USB2IO high-speed interface explorer

Electronic designers and hardware hackers may be interested in a new USB2IO high-speed interface explorer tool combines the Intel Cyclone 10 FPGA and STM32H7 MCU. The STM32 microcontroller handles the interface with the host computer over USB and manages the FPGA configuration/data gathering. The new piece of hardware is now available to purchase from online […]

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CircuitPython 6.1.0-rc.1 released

Adafruit has today announced the availability of CircuitPython 6.1.0-rc.1, the second release candidate of CircuitPython 6.1.0. CircuitPython has a number of “ports” that are the core implementation for a variety of microcontroller families. Stability varies on a per-port basis. As of this release, atmel-samd, nrf, and stm for the F4 family are stable. cxd56, esp32s2, […]

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra shown off on video

The new Samsung Galaxy S21 range is now official, the top model is the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra, the handset retails for $1,199 and it comes with some impressive specifications. We get to have a look at the new Galaxy S21 Ultra and some of its features and specifications in a new video from Marques […]

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Americans Spend More Time Using Apps Than Watching Live TV

Our smartphones are more like computers. They can be used to go online, play games, chat, work, study, and watch TV, so it’s really not surprising to learn that according to App Annie’s State of Mobile report, Americans now spend more time using apps than they do watching live TV. When there were no smartphones […]

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Google Purchases Fitbit

Google has completed its $2.1 billion purchase of Fitbit, the EU having approved the acquisition in December. Fitbit is the best-known brand for mainstream fitness-tracking devices and co-founder and CEO James Park said in a letter that Fitbit will continue to be device-agnostic, making products that work with both iPhones and Android devices. Google and […]

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New Denon Home Sound Bar 550 unveiled

Denon has added a new sound bar to its range with the launch of the new Denon Home Sound Bar 550, the device comes with a range of features. The new Denon Home Sound Bar 550 supports Apple AirPlay 2 and it comes with software drivers from Control4, Crestron, URC, Elan, and more and it […]

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Samsung announces new partnership with Twitch

Samsung has announced a new partnership with Twitch, Samsung is now the exclusive mobile device partner for Twitch Rivals in North America. Twitch Rivals is a range pf online competitive events and Samsung Galaxy devices will be the official mobile partner of the event. Through this unique partnership, Samsung and Twitch Rivals will reinvent the […]

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Cyberpunk 2077 console release apology by co-founder Marcin Iwi?ski

CD Projekt co-founder Marcin Iwiński has taken to YouTube to address gamers about the problems faced during the launch of the new and highly anticipated futuristic open world adventure Cyberpunk 2077. Unfortunately for older generation console players a variety of problems were encountered affecting performance, gameplay and immersion. Watch the video below to learn more […]

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Easily detect issues with your Arduino projects using Arduino Lint

Per Tillisch, Tooling Team SW Engineer at Arduino has published a new article on the official Arduino blog detailing a new tool to check Arduino projects for common problems. Arduino Lint runs over 175 checks on your sketches, libraries, and boards platforms which cover specification compliance, Library Manager submission requirements, and best practices. Arduino Lint […]

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EE turns on 5G in 13 new UK cities and towns

EE has announced that it has added 5G to 13 new cities and towns in the UK, the company also revealed that they now have 5G in 125 locations in the UK. The 13 new locations include Burton-upon-Trent, Cannock, Grimsby, Halifax, Ipswich, Leamington Spa, Middlesbrough, Neath, Portishead, St Albans, Stockport, Swinton, Tamworth. “Today’s recognition shows […]

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