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Back in April, the Arduino team ran a physical computing workshop as part of the summer school program organized by the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design. Each workshop was taught in the context...

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Me installing the Alexa-enabled faucet a few weeks ago. This week’s show takes up last week’s news of Netgear’s Arlo divisionand Sonos filing for initial public offerings. Kevin and I share...

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We’re excited to announce the Arduino Engineering Kit, the first product released as a result of our new partnership with MathWorks, to reinforce the importance of Arduino at the university level in...

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Do you trust this documentary? Do You Trust This Computer? is a new documentary from filmmaker Chris Paine that’s dedicated to the dangers of artificial intelligence. Elon Musk, who’s been vocal about...

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We recently sponsored one of the labs at Lulea University in Sweden, the INSPIRE (INstrumentation for Space and Planetary Investigation, Resources and Exploration) Lab. It is not just any lab, it is the...

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The telecommunications industry sits at the core of the digital revolution. It provides the communications infrastructure and services that connect the digital world. From mobile phones to long-haul data...

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AWS is placing serious bets on IoT, with a flurry of announcements at its Reinvent conference underway this week in Las Vegas. When it comes to embracing industry trends, Amazon Web Services (AWS) CEO...

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Strandbeests, as originally conceived, are gigantic PVC creatures that walk across the sand under wind power. While building one is certainly an enormous undertaking, smaller models are available that...

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The US Department of Defense (DoD) is arming itself with new AI and IoT technologies to power predictive maintenance of aircraft and boost mission effectiveness. Top Gun just got real. The US Air...