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Nice project!
 
Find out how to build your own adjustable bench power supply with simple parts and wire connections !
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Those were the days :)
 
Remember when everyone had one of these in their back yard?
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From the days when you used to have to put effort into entertainment :)
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Who fancies a brain teaser :)
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Now why didn't he just say that in the video :)
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Low Cost Single Board Computers Compared
An excellent detailed unbiased comparison between the four boards which covers lots of areas including Linux support, Kodi (XBMC) support, Community size, Android support, etc.

For the Raspberry Pi fans, its unfortunate it scores zero in the Android test but stick with it as this is just one tiny part of the review.
 
Showdown: Raspberry Pi 2 vs ODROID C1 vs HummingBoard vs MIPS Creator CI20

See the full results here: http://www.androidauthority.com/raspberry-pi-2-vs-odroid-c1-vs-hummingboard-vs-mips-creator-ci20-599418/

We test four of the leading Single Board Computers to see which is the best one: Raspberry Pi 2 vs ODROID C1 vs HummingBoard vs MIPS Creator CI20.

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I had a feeling it was in the pipeline...
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This is cool :)
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I have a few issues with his wiring, XT60s with no heatshrink, transistor mounting with no insulation pads, and selecting a step up module with no current regulation... but the mechanical construction is great.....
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Summary of the iVerge review so you don't have to read it...

via +Carl Draper 
 
"The Apple Watch ... is kind of slow."

"Sometimes apps take forever to load, and sometimes third-party apps never really load at all. Sometimes it’s just unresponsive for a few seconds while it thinks and then it comes back."

"It’s also surprisingly heavy."

"[The] side button is extraordinarily confusing."

"In the first of many moments where the Watch felt underpowered, I found that the screen lit up a couple of ticks too slowly: I’d raise my wrist, wait a beat, and then the screen would turn on."

"Having a screen that constantly flips on and off is definitely behind the curve."

"There’s no particularly great digital face, and there’s no ability to load up your own watch faces or buy new ones from the store."

"There’s no master switch to turn all notifications on and off, which is a huge pain."

"By the end of each day, I was hyper-aware of how low the Apple Watch battery had gotten."

"You only get a charging cable, which is lame. For $700, you should a nice charging stand, like you get with the $249 Moto 360."

"There’s virtually nothing I can’t do faster or better with access to a laptop or a phone except perhaps check the time."

"There’s no question that the Apple Watch is the most capable smartwatch available today."

[via http://www.theverge.com/a/apple-watch-review]
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Thanks for the summary.  The original post is a pain to read so didn't get past 10:30am
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Nicely done...
 
Wow. Oh wow.
Atari. Atari 4160 ST Dark Mod. This project was inspired by an Atari ST2 concept. I like the design and wanted my ST to look like that. Here is the end result. Finished project 01. Technical info: - Atari ST 4160 full black with LED backlit keyboard (The custom made Atari badge is actually a ...
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I was always useless at computer games, I'd well given up by the time the 16 bit era started and was concentrating on programming :)
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Is it me or are +The Ben Heck Show's 3D Printers terrible?

Watch these sped up clips; the Makerbot looks like its warping like crazy and the delta is leaving lamination gaps?
https://youtu.be/tt68Q1HhCdA?list=WL&t=810

Maybe he needs someone nearby to pop in and help him out ;)
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I'm never concerned about the quality of his prints either since he has so much knowledge in other areas. I'm a nut when it comes to print quality but that is one of my main skills. He obviously puts his priority for time into making functional pieces with high quality design as an afterthought.

Sometimes you just have to in order to get a project done or you get mired in the details. Really though everything he does is a first iteration so just like any other project later versions will be more refined.
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LOL, great Pic :)
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But yes, wearing a Star Trek uniform :)
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Wow, lovely bit of cool engineering :)
Check out the video....
When the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was released, the internet lost its collective mind. Not only were people up in arms over the fac
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A talking Piano?
 
This is how I speak. I speak with my fingers. My 88 fingers.
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3D Printed Retrofuturist Apple II Arduino Wristwatch
This thing is sooooo cool :)
More info here...
http://3dprint.com/56994/retrofuturist-apple-ii-wristwatch
 
Looks like a new version of the Apple Watch is already out..
Via +Simon Morris
#ns

Apple 2 Watch: https://youtu.be/tCYn9drHx2E
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