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

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

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... Read more »

By , 07/22/2015 @ 5:03 pm

Categories: Electronics, Open Source Hardware | 20 Comments on With Linux and Creative Commons, The $9 CHIP Computer Reveals Its Open Source Details


Your Next Hardware Project Might Be Biological, and Other News from the Solid Conference

Your Next Hardware Project Might Be Biological, and Other News from the Solid Conference

O’Reilly Media held its annual Solid conference this week in San Francisco. It’s an annual show  covering “Hardware, Software & the Internet of Things.” We found it eye-opening, informative, and occasionally controversial. Here’s some of what we heard at this year’s show: Synthetic Biology Joichi Ito, Director of the MIT Media Lab, explained... Read more »

By , 06/26/2015 @ 3:00 pm

Categories: CNC Machining, Electronics, Maker Pro, Science | 4 Comments on Your Next Hardware Project Might Be Biological, and Other News from the Solid Conference


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