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CONVERT A $20 ROUTER TO HOME AUTOMATION GATEWAY FOR IOT DEVICES

WiFi based home automation products are cheaper compared to ZigBee or Z-Wave products, but the downside is that WiFi devices need an internet connection to perform their function. A lot of those IoT devices don’t just communicate on your local network, they also talk to the outside world via the internet. IoT devices like simple smart plugs, sensors, and all kinds …

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FIREWALLA BLUE, CYBERSECURITY DEVICE FOR HOMES AND BUSINESSES

Firewall is an all-in-one, simple, and powerful firewall that connects to your router, and provides protection against cyber attacks, and gives insights about your network. It helps to safeguard your personal data, monitor and control your kids’ Internet usage, and block unwanted ads. All these are possible due to its built-in VPN server. The Blue will be capable …

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433 ON A STICK

Cheap 433 MHz wireless switches are a tempting way to enter the world of home automation, but without dedicated hardware, they can be less easy to control from a PC. That’s the position [TheStaticTurtle] was in, so the solution was obvious. Build a USB 433 MHz transceiver. At the computer end is a CH340 USB-to-serial chip …

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FS-Touch Bed Levelling Tool

Tired of trying to get the perfect levelled 3D printer bed? Frustrated with guessimating the proper resistance between nozzle and paper? Well, FS-Touch will help you measure this pinching force quantitatively and achieve quick and accurate bed levelling in no time. Features of this bed levelling(proper term is tramming) tool: Works with all types of beds: metal, …

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Open source 25-core processor can be stringed into a 200,000-core computer

Researchers want to give a 25-core open-source processor called Piton some serious bite. The developers of the chip at Princeton University have in mind a 200,000-core computer crammed with 8,000 64-bit Piton chips. It won’t happen anytime soon, but that’s one possible usage scenario for Piton. The chip is designed to be flexible and quickly …

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