Make a Podcast Machine: record podcasts on a Raspberry Pi

Although it’s a little short on memory when it comes to heavy-duty multi-track audio editing, a passively cooled Pi runs completely silently, which makes it easy to create clean voice recordings with minimal background noise. These instructions will work perfectly on any Debian-based Linux distro, such as Raspbian or Ubuntu MATE. As you’re going to be recording raw PCM audio, we recommend using a reasonably large microSD card if you... Read more

How Eclipse is advancing IoT development

Eclipse may not be the first open source organization that pops to mind when thinking about Internet of Things (IoT) projects. After all, the foundation has been around since 2001, long before IoT was a household word, supporting a community for commercially viable open source software development. Read more

Speaking Alarm Clock @Raspberry_Pi #PiDay #RaspberryPi

Cool build + tutorial from Instructables user victoryking. I have habit of setting up alarm clock on my smartphone just before I go to bed. While setting up alarm I usually get distracted by tasks like taking daily notes or recording daily expenses on my smartphone which is not good for my sleep cycle. Well, analog alarm clocks are great substitute and I needed bigger motive to get my hands... Read more

Custom Python Spinners #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi

From Spinners, no not those fidget spinners, but a way in which a process or application can show you that it is working on something. Created by Manraj Singh, Halo is nothing to do with Master Chief, and more about giving the user useful output while a script is running. Requirements A *nix system, Halo doesn’t work with Windows…yet. It will work on a Raspberry Pi, and a big... Read more

New Samsung ARTIK Internet Of Things Modules For Device-To-Cloud Protection

Building on the technology in the Samsung ARTIK devices unveiled last year, Samsung has unveiled new ARTIK Internet of Things modules and security services which have been created to deliver comprehensive device-to-cloud protection for IoT applications. The new ARTIK IoT modules have been created to enable developers and businesses to build, develop and manage secure, […] ( …) (C) Copyright 2007-2017 Geeky Gadgets. Republishing of this feed is forbidden without... Read more

IoT Cybersecurity: What's Plan B?

In August, four US Senators introduced a bill designed to improve Internet of Things (IoT) security. The IoT Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017 is a modest piece of legislation. It doesn’t regulate the IoT market. It doesn’t single out any industries for particular attention, or force any companies to do anything. It doesn’t even modify the liability laws for embedded software. Companies can continue to sell IoT devices with whatever... Read more

State machines in Arduino

I was looking for ways to do finite state machines in Arduino code. Forgive me here C and C++ programmers, for I do not dwell within your hallowed halls. This one, from SparkFun, is the most understandable one I have found yet, although I have no idea how long case statements take to execute. Before … This story continues at State machines in Arduino Or just coverage at Electronics Weekly Read more

Bootloader with a fork – @msmakecode @arduino

Bootloader with a fork – Microsoft MakeCode. After building the UF2 bootloader for SAMD21, I had the pleasure of scaling it up to a particular Linux embedded board and now I was able to scale it down to the AVR level, namely the world-famous Arduino UNO. – AND! If you have a CircuitPlayground express, try out ! Read more