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141 Raspberry Pi Educational Manual Released
142 Puppets To Teach Electronics
143 Who Needs Hardware When You Have An Arduino Simulator
144 Raspberry Pi Gets An App Store
145 The Kinect Is About To Shrink
146 Arduino Micro - Leonardo's Capabilities in a Tiny Package
147 A Bare Metal Raspberry Pi Course
148 New Powerful Arduino Due
149 Raspberry Pi Web IDE
150 Introducing Arduino Leonardo
151 Dell's Developer Laptop
152 Blink(1) - A USB Status Light
153 MagPi - A Raspberry Pi Magazine Reaches Issue 3
154 Wearable Tech To Help Control Stress
155 Microsoft's Surface - What's a Tablet For?
156 Koubachi Cares for Your Plants
157 You're Never Alone With A Joggobot Quadrotor
158 ModKit Micro - Visual Programming for Hardware
159 Clothbot Climbs You
160 MagPi - A Raspberry Pi Magazine
161 Kinect 3D Full Body "Hologram"
162 JavaFX Runs on Raspberry Pi
163 KegDroid - The Ideal Bar Gadget
164 FireHero - Arduino and Guitar Play with Fire
165 Programming Raspberry Pi
166 Project Sentry Gun
167 OpenNI Challenge for Natural Interaction App
168 Raspberry Pi Stampede
169 Pay-As-You-Go for Electricity
170 3D Printing 101 - The Programmer's Angle
171 Kinect for Windows Available
172 ReRAM - Prepare for a Paradigm Shift
173 Kinect for Windows Near Mode
174 When Kinect Isn't Enough - OrcaM 3D Input
175 Your Next App Could Run On A Window
176 Raspberry Pi Goes Into Production - Why?
177 Kinect for Windows To Launch February 1st
178 Kinect comes to Smart Phones?
179 Fast Conway's Life on an FPG
180 Arduino Goes Official - Release of 1.0
181 Rent-a-SuperComputer from Amazon
182 Kinect SDK Beta 2 Available
183 Happy Birthday Kinect - the Kinect Effect
184 The Internet of Things Comic Book
185 My WiFi can hear you breathing
186 Wearable monitoring
187 Arduino goes ARM - new modules
188 Comic book guide to the Arduino
189 Boeing on Kinect
190 A software radio from Microsoft Research
191 Sifteo - a return to physical games
192 Wearable Android - WIMM One
193 Microsoft's Cloud hardware
194 .NET Gadgeteer - an alternative to Arduino?
195 Avatar Kinect - available now
196 CodePlex builds on the new Kinect SDK
197 Microsoft launches Kinect SDK (beta)
198 New Nao robot and $15 million investment
199 Flying robot balls!
200 Your WiFi knows where you are!
201 AnatOnMe - a virtual tool for physiotherapy
202 Aldebaran to open source Nao robot
203 Android and Arduino pair up
204 Android@Home - easy home automation?
205 A sticky touch screen improves interaction
206 New Kinect showcase videos
207 Germ Genie kills bugs
208 Romance and technology in a box!
209 NAO strkes a blow for robot independence
210 Asus Xtion Kinect clone available to developers
211 Microsoft's Kinect SDK includes body tracking
212 Is it a bird? No it's a robot
213 Program your wrist watch
214 Kinect is world's fastest-selling consumer electronics device
215 Sony opens Move to developers
216 Kinect plus a glass wedge gives ...
217 Free papers on high performance computing
218 Official Kinect SDK - who needs it?
219 An Arduino Tour (Video)
220 Avatar Kinect - a holodeck replacement
221 Stealing SIMs from Traffic Lights
222 Reverse Engineering the 6502 - the movie
223 Microsoft Multitouch Mouse
224 No need to hack - Kinect-like device comes to the PC
225 Kinect augmented reality x-ray (video)
226 Robot Xylophone - an Arduino project
227 Kinect flies
228 Using the Kinect gets much easier
229 CUDA Toolkit 3.2
230 GPU brings molecular modeling to the desktop
231 Secret Debug registers in AMD processors
232 Robots, Slime, Propane, and Sonic Bananas
233 Program a Telenoid - Telepresence on a budget
234 Program the blob
235 Android Scope - there really is an app for that!
236 Thrust for CUDA
237 One better than Sheldon's shirt folder
238 LightSpace agumented reality the future UI
239 Liquid Galaxy goes open source - immersive Google Earth viewer
240 Transistor level 6502 simulation
 
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