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  1. CEDS is a retrocomputing micro-factory, producing and shipping PiDP-10 replica kits. They also offer assembled PiDP-11 units, with the option of selecting assembled or unassembled kits in the order form. For placing an order, fill in the required information and submit the order form.
  2. Open-source project showcasing a speech-to-text application on a low-cost CH32V003 microcontroller. The application reads audio from an analog microphone, identifies spoken digits 'zero' to 'nine', and logs the results over a serial link.
  3. This article provides a guide on how to get started with Seeed Studio's XIAO ESP32C3 board, a mini development board based on the Espressif ESP32-C3 WiFi/Bluetooth dual-mode chip. The guide covers hardware setup, software setup, and a simple LED blinking example using Arduino IDE.
  4. Watchy is an open source E-Ink Smartwatch with a MIT license. Development resources and documentation can be found on the official website watchy.sqfmi.com. There are also several retailers selling the watch hardware. See the documentation for instructions on how to get started with developing for Watchy.
  5. This article showcases a bench project featuring a Seeed Studio XIAO-ESP32-C3 microcontroller board and a 1.28-inch circular TFT display. The XIAO-ESP32-C3, known for its small size and energy efficiency, is packed with the TFT display on a prototyping board. The uncommitted pins are wired to pin sockets, creating a small bench setup.
  6. The Raspberry Pi AI Kit, developed in collaboration with Hailo, allows you to integrate local, high-performance, power-efficient inferencing into a wide variety of applications. It's available now from Raspberry Pi Approved Resellers for $70.
  7. Radxa Fogwise Airbox, also known as Fogwise BM168M, is an edge AI box powered by a SOPHON BM1684X Arm SoC with a built-in 32 TOPS TPU and a VPU capable of handling the decoding of up to 32 HD video streams. The device is equipped with 16GB LPDDR4x RAM and a 64GB eMMC flash and features two gigabit Ethernet RJ45 jacks, a few USB ports, a speaker, and more.
    2024-06-01 Tags: , , , , by klotz
  8. The article discusses the upcoming end of support for Spotify's Car Thing, a device that has been the subject of various hacks and research. The article highlights some of these hacks, such as gaining U-Boot and UART access to the device's Linux system. It also mentions YouTube videos that provide step-by-step guides for accessing the hardware.
  9. Spotify's Car Thing device owners are asking for refunds and open-sourcing as the company plans to brick the devices in December 2024 without offering refunds or trade-in options.
  10. The Seeed Studio XIAO ESP32C6 is a cost-effective MCU based on Espressif’s ESP32-C6. This compact MCU excels in Matter-compliant smart home applications with its support for various wireless connectivity (2.4GHz Wi-Fi 6, BLE 5.0, Zigbee, and Thread).

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