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Raspberry Pi Model B+: The Price is Right at $35

The new Raspberry Pi Model B+ which launched this week offers more connectivity for the same low price.

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Intel to Ship Galileo Gen2 Open-Source Computer in August for $60

Intel's answer to the popular $25 Raspberry Pi credit-card sized PC, the Galileo Gen2, is set to be available in August for around $60.

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Google's Nest and Samsung Partner on 'New' Home Automation Standard

Samsung, Google-owned Nest Labs, and five other companies have partnered to create Thread Group, which will focus on developing a new wireless networking protocol for smart homes. Thread uses both the same frequency and radio chips as Zigbee, a standards-based wireless technology utilized by products like Phillips' customizable Hue LED light bulbs. It...

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New Raspberry Pi Adds More USB Ports, Still Just $35

Mashable: The Raspberry Pi Foundation has announced a hardware revision to the original Raspberry Pi Model B, the Raspberry Pi Model B+.

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Home Depot's Wink Home Automation Lineup Includes Lights, Thermostats

Wink aims to reach the masses through a partnership with Home Depot that will cover a range of home automation products.

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