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- Building a Low-Tech Website for Energy Efficiency
- ZeroPhone is an open-source smartphone that can be assembled for 50$ in parts based on Raspberry Pi Zero. It is Linux-powered, with UI software written in Python, allowing it to be easily modifiable – and it doesn’t prohibit you from changing the way it works.
- Arduino launches a new modular platform for IoT development
- DMCA-Locked Tractors Make Decades-Old Machines the New Hotness
- A look back at 10 years of CES
- Steampunk Motorcycle Runs On Compressed Air, Is Pure Hacking Art
- HP’s Elite Dragonfly lappie to let Tile gadget-trackers stalk it till they’re Blue in the tooth
- Otterbox made a ‘bacteria-killing’ screen protector for your phone