Ian Buckley is a freelance journalist, musician, performer and video producer living in Berlin, Germany. When he's not writing or on stage, he's tinkering with DIY electronics or code in the hope of becoming a mad scientist.
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The new fan costs only $5 and makes overclocking easier than ever.
The new development board also features a full-color display and supports battery charging.
These big savings on almost all Amazon Echo products make it the perfect time to snag a deal.
The Creality 3DPrintMill CR-30 is a belt-driven FDM printer that moves models as they print.
Previously only for beta testers, Amazon's smart glasses have now been upgraded and are available to all.
The hand-shaped mini-computer will teach kids about coding with lessons voiced by Doctor Who actor Jodie Whittaker.
Connect is a great upgrade for those hoping to inspire young minds via project-based learning.
The latest single-board computer from Orange Pi has an upgraded chipset and several choices of operating systems.
Previously known for its beautiful (and pricey) wall panels, Nanoleaf looks to topple Hue from the smart lighting throne.
You'll spend more time fiddling with settings than actually printing things.
The recall affects over 350,000 2nd generation Ring doorbells, which suffer from a battery fault.
Google's continued slow migration from Works with Nest claims another victim, albeit temporarily.
A new trend in consumer electronics is a glimmer of hope for those who prefer to repair their gadgets.
Soon there'll be everything from $12 dev kits to full RISC-V controlled servers.