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The Crowtail IoT Kit is a noob-friendly way to build gadgets

The Crowtail NodeMCU Internet of Things Kit is a beginner-friendly option for building electronics projects.
AA PicksMay 5, 2019125 shares
 

Skyworth wants your TV to become the center of your smart home world

Skyworth's new TV set is an IoT hub and also features an always-on display, elevating camera and a "third screen."
Andrew GrushMarch 27, 201999 shares
 

Get an Arduino-compatible circuit board and training for $52

Learn to create your own IoT projects with this Arduino-compatible Vilros Uno starter kit and training.
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Qualcomm says smart speakers to get smarter and sound better

Qualcomm's new QCS400 processor and power amplifier were tailor made to improve the smart speaker experience.
Eric ZemanMarch 19, 2019155 shares
 

Save big on this IoT eBook bundle and learn how to Tony Stark your house

The Complete Internet of Things eBook Bundle can teach you how to do it every "dumb" device in your home online.
AA PicksJanuary 29, 2019505 shares
 

The Internet of Things is changing the world. Find out how for $19

This six-part eBook bundle immerses you in the Internet of Things. Find out why it’s the fastest growing technology market right now.
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Get 8 programming courses for less than $40

Coding suddenly seems easy when you learn by example. With the Complete Computer Science Bundle on sale for $39 it's super cheap too.
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IoT security – what you need to know (Gary explains)

IoT has been in the news recently after the DDOS attack on Dyn. It highlighted the problems with IoT security. But what is the problem? Let me explain.
Gary SimsJanuary 25, 2018399 shares
 

Want to learn to program but don’t know where to start?

Starting down the path of the coding wizard may seem like a daunting task, but modern resources make it cheaper and easier than ever.
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What is the Nordic Thingy:52? – Gary explains

The Nordic Thingy:52 is a BLE enabled microcontroller development platform for hobbyist and professionals to learn, prototype and develop IoT solutions.
Gary SimsJune 19, 2017266 shares
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