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Guide to Open Source and Linux-Compatible 3D Printers, Part Two

This 3D printers buying guide, the second post in a two-part series by Eric Brown, will help you find Linux and open source-friendly printers.

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Cheaper Raspberry Pi Out in Europe for $25

The cheaper version of the popular micro PC uses a third of the power as its predecessor, making it perfect for battery or solar-powered projects. [Read more]...

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Open Source Pushes 3D Printers to Success

Open source is a key player in the 3D printing revolution.

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Build Your Own Arduino-Powered Bicycle Lights, Turn Signals, and Odometer for Safe Night Riding

Riding a bicycle at night is a bit dangerous, but electronics blogger Jenna DeBoisblanc shows off how to build a system that includes turn signals, a strobe light, speedometer, and brake lights to keep you safe. More »...

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Linux in Lilliput

Well half a year has passed since Linux Girl last wrote about the invasion of the tiny, Linux-powered PCs, and she's delighted to report that the trend has shown no sign of slowing down. 

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