Internet of Things

Reverse Engineering Strange Devices Found in a Library

Reverse Engineering Strange Devices Found in a Library

Follow along to uncover the intent of these devices hidden behind trashcans and vending machines in a college library.

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Maker Pro News: Maker Pros Around the World

Maker Pro News: Maker Pros Around the World

Around the world, maker pros like David Lang, are making waves. David is the co-founder of OpenROV and author of “Zero to Maker.” He’s re-launching Open Explorer!

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Exploring Successful Innovations at HardwareCon

Exploring Successful Innovations at HardwareCon

HardwareCon is a two day celebration where entrepreneurs reinforce the message that “Hardware is hard, but it’s getting much easier.”

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Maker Pro News: Open Source Startup Mycroft Takes on Amazon Alexa

Maker Pro News: Open Source Startup Mycroft Takes on Amazon Alexa

Digital assistants like Amazon Alexa and Google Home exploded in popularity this year, but how are open source rivals responding?

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Maker Pro News: Insights Gleaned from Selling a Successful Startup

Maker Pro News: Insights Gleaned from Selling a Successful Startup

This week, we cover the ins and outs of past startups to bring you the dos and don’ts of selling your business one day.

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A Citizen IoT Network for Makers has Formed in San Francisco

A Citizen IoT Network for Makers has Formed in San Francisco

Noodle! Coins uses low power Bluetooth to crowdsource connectivity for maker devices at a radically cheap price.

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We Built a Bluetooth-Enabled Porch Light and We’re Giving It Away

We Built a Bluetooth-Enabled Porch Light and We’re Giving It Away

Enter to win this beautiful porch light with Leviton connectivity. There are couple runner-up prizes for the contest as well.

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