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  • The Libreboot C201 from Minifree is really really really ridiculously open source
    Posted by John Biggs on 08.12.2016 at 23:59

     Open source laptops — ones not running any commercial software whatsoever — have been the holy grail for free software fans for years. Now, with the introduction of libreboot, a truly open source boot firmware, the dream is close to fruition. The $730 laptop is a bog standard piece of hardware but it contains only open source software. The OS, Debian, is completely open source;… Read Mor […]

  • Berkeley project tests tracking imperiled forests with 3D multispectral drone imaging
    Posted by Devin Coldewey on 08.12.2016 at 23:37

     Droughts, climate change and deforestation are putting forests at risk worldwide, so studying these ecosystems closely is more important than ever — but it’s a hell of a lot of work to climb every tree in the Sierra Nevada. Drones and advanced imaging, however, present an increasingly practical alternative to that, as a UC Berkeley project shows. Read Mor […]

  • Osmo raises $24 million from Sesame, Mattel and other big names in toys and education
    Posted by Lora Kolodny on 08.12.2016 at 16:59

     Hardware kits, internet-connected toys and robots that teach kids to code are now commonplace. But Osmo, an early entrant in IoT toys, is pulling ahead of the pack with funding and partnerships with top names in the field. Specifically, Osmo has raised $24 million in new venture funding from Mattel, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, and Collab+Sesame, the venture fund run in partnership by New… Read Mor […]

  • Estimote uses their new mesh network of BLE beacons to decorate a yuletide tree
    Posted by John Biggs on 08.12.2016 at 16:45

     Everyone knows the holiday season means three things: family, friends and interconnected low-energy Bluetooth devices connected using a simple mesh network. Estimote, a beacon company, has given us the last thing by creating a small mesh network of wireless beacons that they proceed to hang on a Christmas tree. The new beacons run Bluetooth Low Energy and connect to each other automatically.… Read Mor […]