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Broadcom Unveils New 'Internet of Things' Chips

Heart rate monitors, pedometers, door locks, weight scales, thermostats and security cameras? It's all about M2M.

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Dell Project Ophelia Android USB Set to Launch in July

Dell's thumb-sized Android USB device, revealed at CES, is set to ship in July this year. Good news for security-conscious IT staff?

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Beyond Google Glass: The Cybernetic Headband

Google has its own vision for wearable computing that locks you into their ecosystem. How about an open specification for wearable human interface devices instead?

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New Major Release of Linux Video Disk Recorder

After five years in development and 43 developer versions, the new major 2.0.0 release of the VDR Linux video recorder has been made available...

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Open Source Robot Mixes A Mean Drink

 For many years now, some of the more creative work in the field of robotics has been driven by open source efforts. Open source robotics platforms have flourished, and they have mostly focused on humanoid robots of the type that Willow Garage and other organizations have specialized in. Over on the Kickstarter crowdsourced funding site, though, you can get a load of a brand new type of open source robot: Bartendro (shown here, image courtesy of Kickstarter). It's a modular, open source, cocktail-dispensing robot that has already reached its funding goal on Kickstarter with more than $190,000 contributed. And, it is powered by the Raspberry Pi. Bartendro uses specialized pumps to dole out the right volumes of liquid for...

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