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OPENWRT MODULE AND DEV BOARD BASED ON REALTEK SOC FEATURES WAVE2

8devicesis accepting pre-orders for its $29 Komikan module, and sandwich-style $59 Komikan DVKdevelopment board for Wave2 prototyping at up to 1.166Gbps. The Komikan module runs OpenWrt on a MIPS24k-based Realtek SoC with dual-band, MU-MIMO 802.11ac. The Komikan has the ability to operate without a heatsink, as well as having a lower, 6W power consumption compared to other Wave2 modules. The …

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NexDock 2 laptop dock tested with the Raspberry Pi mini PC

Raspberry Pi enthusiasts interested in learning more about the performance of using the NexDock 2 laptop dock with a Raspberry Pi mini PC may be interested in the review published by the Raspberry Pi team responsible for creating the mini PCs official MagPi magazine. “Laptop docks are primarily designed to extend Android phones into working laptops. However, …

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Minature Optical Gyroscope is Smaller Than a Grain of Rice

Gyroscopes are present in virtually any modern electronic gadget. They re used in a host of techs, like cell phones, vehicles, drones and wearables. The gyroscopes used presently in our phones will most likely be MEMS-based. Caltech, has gone some extra miles, by successfully developing a new type of gyroscope that is 500 times smaller …

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Purism’s Librem One and Mozilla’s WebThings focus on privacy for phones and home automation

Purism unveiled a “Librem One” service that brings privacy focused, encrypted chat, email, VPN, and social networking to Android and iOS phones. Meanwhile, Mozilla launched a privacy-focused WebThings Gateway 0.8 home automation stack for the Pi. Purism, the company behind the Linux-based, open source Librem laptops and upcoming Librem 5 smartphone, has launched a Librem One “ethical services bundle” …

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