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Maker Pro News: Should Your Startup Go Open Source? and More

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Catch the latest ways makers are impacting business and technology this week. Our coverage includes hardware startups, new products, incubators, and innovators, along with technology and market trends.

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BeagleBoard Officially Reveals the X15 — And it’s a Beast

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The BeagleBoard X15 is the latest development board from the BeagleBoard.org foundation and it is one powerful, open source hardware puppy!

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Anatomy of the RollJam Wireless Car Hack

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If you’ve been on the internet lately, you’ve likely seen the storm of news of Samy Kamkar’s device that can intercept and store keyless entry codes for cars and garages. Built for under $50 using a Teensy 3.1 and a couple of radios, the “RollJam” device is said to allow its user […]

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With Linux and Creative Commons, The $9 CHIP Computer Reveals Its Open Source Details

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We’ve been wondering exactly how open source CHIP, the $9 computer, is. Turns out, it’s really freaking open! These are the files you are looking for… Open hardware files and the general Next Thing Co.docs page. The initial launch of CHIP from the Oakland, California-based Next Thing Co. made big […]

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This 3D Printer Mod Lets You Carve Metal With Electricity

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Take any 3D printer, throw on this modular head, and use it as an EDM machine to do precise metal carving. Exciting stuff! What’s EDM? Electro-Discharge Machining or “spark erosion” is a fairly specialized field that not many hobbyists are familiar with. The technique flips traditional electrical design upside down […]

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