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Rethinking Designs

This week I’ve been thinking about how to get the arm blades to extend in a way I’m satisfied with.  The original concept worked, but after looking at it again, I want a design that keeps the blade a little closer to the arm when retracted.   252 more words

Building Embedded Linux for Use in QEMU

In the last couple of weeks, I had been reading books about building embedded Linux systems: Embedded Linux Primer and Building Embedded Linux Systems. The former is a good start to get familiar with the world of embedded Linux. 207 more words

Embedded Systems

An Education on SoC using Verilog

is one of those rare individuals who has his own Hackaday tag. He and his students at Cornell have produced many projects over the years that have appeared on these pages, lately with FPGA-related projects. 201 more words

Fpga

Thoughts about the "Surface Pro 5"

Tomorrow Microsoft is holding an event in Shanghai where they will most likely unveil a refreshed Surface Pro with Intel’s 7th gen Kaby Lake CPU and a set of accessories (Pen and Touch Cover) that will likely match the colors introduced by the Surface Laptop. 387 more words

Editorial

iPhone 8 May Be Slightly Taller Than 7s; ARM Chips For Brain Injury Implants; Emojis Prove Intent in Court

Molds for new iPhones (the design of which is probably finalized by now) have been spotted that show the iPhone 8 as slightly taller than the 7S, but not as tall as the 7S Plus. 206 more words

Best Non-Toxic Arm & Hammer Alternative - Magnetic Laundry Detergent Review


Best Non-Toxic Arm & Hammer Alternative – Magnetic Laundry Detergent Review. Do you love the mountain rain and spring blossom smell of your laundry detergent.
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Best Non-Toxic Arm & Hammer Alternative - Magnetic Laundry Detergent Review - YouTube


Best Non-Toxic Arm & Hammer Alternative – Magnetic Laundry Detergent Review. Do you love the mountain rain and spring blossom smell of your laundry detergent…
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