Arduino Uno’s microcontroller board is great, but the one thing it’s not overly generous with is storage. Having 32KB of program flash storage, 2KB of RAM and 1KB of programmable EEPROM space at your disposal is fine for many Arduino projects, but it’s not enough when you need to record data. But with a $2 microSD card reader module from eBay, you can quickly add up to 32GB of space. What’s more, FAT32 software libraries for Arduino mean you can also load the card back into your PC.
It may have taken Google a year or so to decide Australia was ripe for its tiny online streaming media player, but Chromecast has become a popular addition to the local Android market. The device itself is wrapped up tightly in a web of Google firmware updates, but in the last few months, it’s been giving up its secrets as users gain root access and ultimate control of the device.
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The Australian pricing and release date have been announced for the Apple Watch, the most anticipated piece of wristwear in history.
Logitech’s new high-end model promises a host of new features over its predecessor.
The Sony Xperia Z3 Compact crams everything we like (and dislike) about the Xperia Z3 into a smaller frame. As you’d expect from a member of the Xperia Z family, the Z3 Compact features fingerprint-prone panels of glass on the front and back, joined by a functional frame – though it’s plastic here instead of… Continue reading
The curtain has been pulled back on the BlackBerry Passport and it’s an odd piece of kit to say the least.
Drumroll, please… It’s an updated operating system!
HP has announced 11-inch and 14-inch Chromebook models, both of which will be accompanied by 100GB of Google Drive cloud storage for two years.
A leaked document has revealed that Microsoft needs to secure a stronger identity for its smartphones.