FCC gives the green light to iRobot's robotic lawnmower, which uses radio frequency 'fence stakes'. Such 'fixed outdoor radio infrastructure' is normally prohibited in the US, apparently, so iRobot needed a waiver.
When the original Raspberry Pi was released, I knew I had to have one. While it was intended as an inexpensive computer on which students could learn coding, the Linux and tinkering community drooled at the diminutive machine's potential for other things. It proved to be a fun open source toy.
Thync review: Where we just say yes to a drug-like, brain-zapping wearable Most "new" products we see are really just minor evolutions of gadgets that have been around for years. But here's one that's completely unlike anything we've used before. Meet Thync, a wearable that zaps your brain to change your mood – like a drug that replaces chemicals with technology.