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An Intel 8085 Microprocessor Trainer

The Intel 8085 microprocessor was introduced 40 years back, and along with its contemporaries — the Z80 and the 6502 — is pretty much a dinosaur in terms of microprocessor history. 319 more words

Computer Hacks

Arduino Yún Projects: Datalogging

Datalogging is the process of collecting data over a period of time, and saving that data for further examination. For example, this process could be very useful for measuring the conditions in a greenhouse. 1,205 more words

Electronics

Snapdragon 835 uses Google TensorFlow to run AI apps faster

Qualcomm revealed more info on its upcoming Snapdragon 835 mobile processor last week during CES 2017. However, its not done yet with reveals about its latest high-end chip. 24 more words

Programming

Server CPU Predictions For 2017

2017 promises to be an exciting year for servers and the competitiveness of compute offerings. This year will see this scope of impact not only include enterprise datacenters and the public cloud, but extend to the emergence of “edge computing”. 47 more words

Programming

What difference will a Raspberry Pi cooling solution actually make?


I’ve been seeing a lot of Raspberry Pi compatible fans and heat sinks being sold on websites such as eBay, Amazon and ICStation, and I have always been very hesitant towards using one simply because it seems to work fine without one. 695 more words

Arduino Yún Review

The Arduino Yún is the most powerful board Arduino has made, with a staggering 400 MHz processor as well as the typical Arduino microcontroller processor. It combines the ease of use of Arduino with the power you have with the Linux operating system, creating a unique product that stands out in the Arduino lineup. 1,197 more words

Electronics

Intel Museum

I recently visited the Intel Museum in Santa Clara. This museum showcases the history of Intel.

Here are five nuggets that I gleaned from my time at the museum. 445 more words

History