Pi Zero
The new issue of the official Raspberry Pi magazine, The MagPi, comes with a free computer stuck to the cover.
17 comments Posted 26 Nov 2015 by Ben Nuttall Feed
MeowCAD screenshot
MeowCAD is an online free and open source electronic design application tool. Its focus is on schematic and PCB design for electronic circuits.
2 comments Posted 5 Aug 2015 by Abram Connelly Feed
Gadgets and open hardware
Mike Parks explains open source hardware today and why it's winning.
1 comment Posted 22 Jul 2015 by mbparks Feed
Open hardware words in neon
6th annual Open Hardware Summit open for submissions and registration.
0 comments Posted 8 Jul 2015 by Toni Klopfenstein Feed
Fritzing is an open source application that allows users to create schematics by selecting parts from a large part library, connecting them, and laying them out on a virtual breadboard.
4 comments Posted 18 May 2015 by Heiko W. Rupp (Red Hat) Feed
Open hardware words in neon will publish a new article on the topic of open hardware as part of our Open Hardware series that runs from May 18 - 22.
0 comments Posted 15 May 2015 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
See how a Twitter-controlled desk lamp exemplifies how open source tools help us do amazing things with powerful technologies.
1 comment Posted 5 Mar 2015 by Adrian Fernandez Feed
A couple of years ago, I needed an oscilloscope for a fun electronics project I was working on: a 500W Tesla coil. I'd already spent quite a bit of money importing a kit of parts for the project from the United States, so the budget for the scope was pretty tight.
3 comments Posted 10 Jun 2014 by Bryn M. Reeves (Red Hat) Feed
rural hackerlands
By Bernardo Gutierrez They open up areas struck by digital exclusion. They develop autonomous Internet networks in mountainous areas, install organic solar panels, and let local Internet radio emerge. They can even transform abandoned water troughs into eco-jacuzzis. "Hackerspaces," user-friendly... Read more
1 comment Posted 19 May 2014 by Shareable Feed
The small town of Bethlehem, New York purchased a 3D printer and started teaching classes at its public library recently—jumpstarting the community's knowledge of advanced manufacturing and building upon a new way of doing things in a world where physical bookstores are dissappearing. It's true.... Read more
2 comments Posted 17 Apr 2014 by Luis Ibanez Feed