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As spotted here, Sam Izdat decided to make a preamplifier for a friend who provides voice talent for audiobooks and the like. The primary audio circuitry for the build is provided by a purchased PCB based...

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If you find it difficult to build reasonable and smaller IoT devices, here is great news for you. Now there is a smart microchip that can start by itself and function on its own even when the battery is...

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Riot Micro and Amarisoft have developed a low-power dual-mode NB-IoT and LTE-M module reference design that claims to enable 10-year battery life in NB-IoT user equipment, making it ideal for a variety...

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Researchers at the Technology University of Vienna have developed a sensor capable of measuring electric fields that is a fraction of the size of comparable devices.  The ability to measure electric...

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Researchers at Cornell University, New York, are developing tiny, insect-inspired robots that don’t just look like the real thing. They think like it too.  Taking inspiration from nature and mimicking...

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Scientists in Hong Kong have developed biological robots, biohybrids, capable of travelling through the body and degrading cancer cells.  Rather than design complicated nano-robots from scratch, scientists...

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Today’s briefing takes us into the world of sensors as small as a grain of sand or dust, which is signaling the introduction of miniaturized sensors into every aspect of our lives. http://www.digitalistmag.com/files/2017/10/sapdigitalist100217.mp3...

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BeagleBoard Foundation announced earlier this week the launch of PocketBeagle, a tiny single board computer aimed at beginners and professionals. It’s a low-cost Linux-based expansible computer capable...

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If you’ve ever wished you could levitate tiny drops of liquid, small solids, or insects in mid-air, new research has you covered. That’s because Asier Marzo, Adrian Barnes, and Bruce W....