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Tips Beli/Upgrade RAM MacBook

Harga Memory (RAM) saat ini sudah murah meriah. Tapi sebelum Anda putuskan untuk Beli atau Upgrade RAM MacBook, ada baiknya agan2 mengetahui dulu apa yang harus dicari di RAM yang akan Anda beli. 297 more words

Apple

Differences between M2M and the IoT

The Internet of Things (IoT) is increasingly taking over from Machine-to-Machine communications (M2M) as the trendy new buzzword. However, these terms are often used interchangeably, and neither of these two popular terms is well defined or standardised, with many organisations and companies operating with their own internal definitions. 967 more words

LX Articles

Hacking the Nike+ Fuelband

was trying to reverse-engineer the Bluetooth protocol of his Nike+ Fuelband and made some surprising discoveries. found that the authentication system of the Fuelband can be easily bypassed and discovered that some low-level functions (such as arbitrarily reading and writing to memory) are… 181 more words

Hardware

Watts Up: Back in the Game

As discovered last episode, the SS10s are both still alive. Good ole serial console debug!

The problem running the SS10 off my adapted NV1 PSU is that the SS10 really wants 5.1V, not 5.0V. 813 more words

Hardware

The role of product lifecycle in open software hardware

We live in the era of changes. Think about the impact open source software (OSS) made on the software industry for the last 10-15 years. Many things we are using on daily basis today became enabled by open source software. 560 more words

Daily PLM Think Tank

Generating prototyping board files for Kicad

My love/hate relationship with the Kicad CAD package continues, although I have resolved this year to try to be more positive about it. This week it has been moving more towards love, as I discovered how easy it is to generate Kicad data files for modules and PCBs, and even 3D models. 189 more words

Hardware

The Internet of Things

Surely by now you have seen this term somewhere, maybe even subconsciously. This term (or its acronym IoT) has been used to describe anything and everything with an internet connection to the point that the average consumer probably has no idea of its meaning.   666 more words

Development