IoT

Making AI Accessible for Young Learners

Making AI Accessible for Young Learners

There’s so much opportunity for students to learn AI —  and it doesn’t have to be hard. Learning AI sounds daunting and until recently, it’s been challenging for students to find enough guidance and support to build AI projects. There are great resources to help students learn coding languages, but how do students go from […]

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Tracking The NYC Subway Using FPGAs

Tracking The NYC Subway Using FPGAs

Using tech to do the important things, like avoid waiting around a subway station for 20 minutes

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Roundup: Five Long-Range LoRa Projects to Explore

Roundup: Five Long-Range LoRa Projects to Explore

Follow your dog, track the weather, automate your greenhouse and more — flex your reach with these long-range IoT projects

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When Your Device Breaks Up With You

When Your Device Breaks Up With You

What happens when your smart devices decide to call it quits?

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Particle Launches New EtherSIM Platform with Free-To-Use Cellular Data

Particle Launches New EtherSIM Platform with Free-To-Use Cellular Data

Today at their online Spectra conference, Particle announced their new cellular-based IoT platform called EtherSIM, which opens their devices to a large network of carriers worldwide and adds the data plans into the Particle platform subscription price for professional users. Alongside, they also unveiled the “Particle Free Plan” which lets smaller users and makers access […]

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Building A Portable Air Quality Monitor

Building A Portable Air Quality Monitor

Air quality is on a lot of people’s minds right now, especially if you’re on the West coast of the US. Mike Winter was putting together a system to measure and display the air quality and had an idea to make it portable and partially wrist mounted. His results were pretty nice, as you can […]

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