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Hardware Hacks: Learning the Pi, DSLR hacking and the Cubieboard

This week Hardware Hacks looks at a new online course on building an OS for the Raspberry Pi, hacking a battery grip to add new functionality to a DSLR camera, a FreeBSD port for the Raspberry Pi, and another new ARM development board.

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Microsoft Hardware's First Windows 8 Devices

The Wedge Mobile Keyboard, Wedge Touch Mouse and Sculpt Touch Mouse have one thing in common — they're all designed for Windows 8.

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Turn a Keyboard Into a Computer With Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is still picking up momentum with different types of DIY projects. If you're looking for a means to build an old-school computer-in-a-keyboard with a Raspberry Pi, the German blog Preamp shows you exactly how to do it. More »...

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Embed a Raspberry Pi Into a DSLR Camera for Wireless Tethered Shooting, USB Backups, and More [Video]

A computer is a handy tool for photographers, but they're cumbersome to carry around. To solve this problem, photographer David Hunt decided to stuff a Raspberry Pi into a detachable battery grip for his DSLR camera so he can initiate wireless tethered shooting, have an extra USB backup, and more.

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The Arduino Wi-Fi Shield Makes Taking Your DIY Projects Online Simple

We're always fans of a good Arduino project. While a few Wi-Fi solutions have existed to connect your Arduino to the internet wirelessly, the release of the new Arduino Wi-Fi shield makes those projects even simpler. More »...

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