The Raspberry Pi 400 is an $80 all-in-one keyboard computer. Plug it into a monitor and you've got a decent Linux computer. In this video, Howchoo unboxes one, puts it together and tears it down. These little computers are pretty amazing!
I learned about Reinvented magazine when Carla was invited to be on its advisory board. It's a print magazine run by young women that provides real-life role models for women interested in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Our friends Limor Fried (founder of Adafruit) and Sherry Huss (producer of Maker Faire)… READ THE REST
Michael Klements retrofitted a PC water cooling kit to chill out an overclocked Raspberry Pi 4. "Just to be clear," he writes, "this is totally unnecessary and is more of a let's do it because we can, not because we should type of project." "Water Cooled Raspberry Pi 4 – Totally Unnecessary, but Pretty Awesome"… READ THE REST
Adabox is the subscription box of microcontrollers and add-on boards, electronics, and other cool goodies that our friends at Adafruit Industries curate each quarter. The latest release, Adabox 16, is their Halloween edition. This edition is centered on their MatrixPortal M4 CircuitPython-powered RGB internet matrix controller board and a 64 x 32 RGB matrix display.… READ THE REST
Back in the days before schools, airlines, and law enforcement considered them weapons, most people used to carry around a Swiss Army knife, or another such multi-tool, for handling all those daily problems and fixes. Now, with our lives filled with gadgets and tech, we're all swimming in cables, connectors, plugins, and more to make… READ THE REST
From artists to serious design pros, color isn't just about fun. It's a livelihood. And, there's a lot more to it than being able to point out the differences between a royal blue and a sky blue. Can you tell the difference between a blood-red and a garnet red? How about if you throw cherry… READ THE REST
Every holiday season is marked by a few "it" toys. While you can always count on a hot new next-gen gaming console to spark a frenzy, it's not often that those hot toy items are almost as coveted by adults as they are kids. There's a reason that CNET called the Robosen T9 Programmable Robot… READ THE REST