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Have Some Fun Doing These Useful Home IoT Projects with Raspberry...

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IoT projects can be fun and a great learning experience for budding programmers. Due to the pandemic, most of us are still stuck at...

Arm Delivers Open Source Bluetooth Low Energy Software Stack

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Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is quickly becoming the Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity protocol of choice for a variety of use cases, including smart...

Communication Protocols for the Internet of Things: A Few Choices

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With more and more devices being connected to the Internet and millions of devices interacting with each other and the server, the need for...

Talk to your Bluetooth device using Node.js

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Node.js is an event-driven I/O server-side JavaScript environment based on Google’s Chrome V8. It is a powerful runtime environment for developing varied tools and...

Raspberry Pi 3 comes with 64-bit Processor and built-in WiFi

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The Raspberry Pi Foundation has launched the new Pi3 with WiFi and Bluetooth at the same price. The Pi3 is an iterative update on...

Linux Without Wires The Basics of Bluetooth

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Bluetooth technology is used for short range (1 metre to 100 metres) communication. It is the most widespread wireless technology, and is divided into...

Chrome OS: Good Gimmicks, But What Else?

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I don't own a Chomebook; and it's been a couple of years since I've tried the Chrome OS -- a pre-alpha release or something....

What All’s Possible with the Android Dual-SIM Smartphone — MediaTek MT6516

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A dual-SIM smartphone manufactured in China runs Android 2.2.1 Froyo. Geeks always find noteworthy products based on Linux! Today, people are rarely surprised to see...

Exploring Software: What Makes Netbook Hotkeys Tick!

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This article explores the often confusing issues around ACPI handling in Linux, with the particular perspective of getting hotkeys working on netbooks. One weakness of...

Fedora 14 Review: I’m Smiling About Laughlin

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I was initially a KDE user, but for a long time, I've been using GNOME on Ubuntu. This is because there has always been...