Circuitry

11.25.11
Cambridge researchers translate graphene into printable circuitry material, bring basic 'Skynet' factory to you
11.25.11

Cambridge researchers translate graphene into printable circuitry material, bring basic 'Skynet' factory to you

Yes, graphene is amazing and possesses many useful / otherworldly properties. The ability to use...

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10.28.11
How Arduino got its start: a behind the scenes revelation
10.28.11

How Arduino got its start: a behind the scenes revelation

Plenty of tales have cropped up through the years focusing on the roots of Arduino -- a tiny circ...

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09.02.11
Researchers wed quantum processor with quantum memory, quaziness ensues
09.02.11

Researchers wed quantum processor with quantum memory, quaziness ensues

Quantum computing has a long way to go before becoming truly mainstream, but that certainly hasn't s...

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04.10.11
SparkFun intros IOIO for Android, a hack-free breakout box to get your mind spinning
04.10.11

SparkFun intros IOIO for Android, a hack-free breakout box to get your mind spinning

Meet any seasoned techie, and they'll likely spin whimsical tales of computing's early days, and th...

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12.25.10
Toshiba outsourcing semiconductor production to rival Samsung
12.25.10

Toshiba outsourcing semiconductor production to rival Samsung

'Tis the season for manufacturing deals? Sure seems it. Merely hours after Sony announced its intent...

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12.10.10
Researchers develop programmable molecular circuitry for living cells
12.10.10

Researchers develop programmable molecular circuitry for living cells

Researchers at the UCSF School of Pharmacy's Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, led by Christo...

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11.24.10
Squirt water gun robot pesters raccoons, takes orders from Android (video)
11.24.10

Squirt water gun robot pesters raccoons, takes orders from Android (video)

It's not uncommon to see Mr. Android and Sir Arduino team up in the world of homegrown robotics, bu...

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11.22.10
SuONOIO synth takes soundgeeks from zero to tweaking in fewer than 60 cycles (video)
11.22.10

SuONOIO synth takes soundgeeks from zero to tweaking in fewer than 60 cycles (video)

We'll admit that sometimes it doesn't take much to get our engines running here at Engadget HQ. If...

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06.10.10
High tech smoke signals: a luddite's dream (or nightmare?)
06.10.10

High tech smoke signals: a luddite's dream (or nightmare?)

"For Those Who Can See" is an art project by Daniel Schulze. Using smoke machines, speakers, and a...

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