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Published: 2008-01-11T09:04:18-05:00

 



Tracking, Tracking

2008-01-11T09:04:18-05:00

While the rest of the Blogosphere has been docked in Las Vegas this week, SparkFun Electronics released a new GPS evaluation board for the itty bitty 20-channel ET-312 SiRF III GPS module from USGlobalSat. Able to pull power from an...



Get BUGged

2008-01-10T09:33:02-05:00

Bug Labs has just released the pricing for their initial release of BUG modules. As an added incentive, the “first wave” of customers will receive a BUG Early Adopters Discount: BUGbase $349 ($299 w/discount) LCD module $119 ($99 w/discount) GPS...



How to Make Your N800 Click

2008-01-09T08:54:18-05:00

If you’re a new Nokia N800 owner, then you might have noticed a glaring omission in the supplied software: there is no camera app. Sure, you have the webcam option when you launch the Nokia Internet Call communication program, but...



OK, Google This

2008-01-08T14:21:05-05:00

Are you tired of the fee-sponsored “links” choking your Google search results pages? Return to those halcyon days of the original Google, when only clean, clear search results filled your monitor. Enter Wikia Search. Wikia Search is the brainchild of...



Breaking Up is Hard to Do

2008-01-08T09:34:45-05:00

Don’t think that you’ll be seeing Intel MPUs inside any OLPC XO laptops anytime soon. In a nutshell, the turbulent marriage between the AMD-driven world educational organization and Intel-driven world chip dominator is over. Intel has lost its seat on...



Rewind Your Old Games

2008-01-07T12:04:05-05:00

Over at ReadyMade magazine, they are sponsoring a new MacGyver Challenge contest: devise a way to repurpose your old analog board games and/or your outdated PC games. Anything is game. The winning entry will score a subscription and a handsome...



Lightweight LiPo(wer)

2008-01-04T10:53:31-05:00

If your project needs a strong, lightweight battery power source, this discounted Great Planes lithium-polymer 3-cell battery pack could do the trick. Rated at 11.1V 720mAh, this $27.99 battery pack is wired and ready to juice up and go. Tipping...



Update: The (Former $250) NOW $120 DOS Tablet PC

2008-01-02T11:49:52-05:00

In May 2007, we published a project on Instructables that showed how to assemble a potentially useful tablet PC. Why was this project only a potential success? We couldn’t get the Fujitsu Stylistic 1000 to boot. All of that has...



Briefly Noted: Add 3G to an Eee PC

2008-01-01T08:24:34-05:00

JKKMobile is expanding his bag of Eee PC tricks. The newest addition to his repertoire is grafting a 3G modem complete with SIM card inside his ASUS Eee PC. Both video and a set of sorta step-by-step images will help...



Happy Easter (Eggs), Kindle

2007-12-31T08:23:41-05:00

Just what every Kindle owner needs, a fistful of Easter Eggs for activating Google Maps GPS CDMA, a screenshot grabber, clock, fonts list, picture viewer, Minesweeper game, and diagnostic commands. All of these wonderful gifts thanks to the exacting reverse...