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This bodacious beauty is better equipped than my car, with 360-degree collision avoidance sensors, party lights, and a backup camera, to name but a few.

Would you feel comfortable if your otherwise humanoid robot boasted (and flaunted) tentacular grippers instead of five-fingered hands?

If you want to know more about fundamental concepts like voltage, current, and resistance, here are links to a handy-dandy collection of columns.

Sometimes computers do things that are jolly helpful; other times, they cross an imaginary line into the creepy domain.

If you have any suggestions as to how I can de-pickle myself, the radiance of my smile will fall upon you.

I recently acquired an awesome OneWorld 65, which I think of as “One adapter to rule them all” and which I call “My Precious!”

Solderless breadboards are useful for implementing small circuits and prototypes. Here are some tips and tricks that can make things even better.

Joshua Page conveys the message to younger people that going to college is not the only option open to them.

When I wrote my book “Bebop to the Boolean Boogie,” it was certainly not my intention to lead 6-year-old boys astray.

On Monday 26 September 2022, Earth and Jupiter will be only 365 million miles apart, which is around half of their worst-case separation.

Much like a Pavlovian dog, there are certain words that trigger a drooling response from your humble narrator, one of which is “cheese.”

Toit is an open-source language for the ESP32 family of chips. As far as I’m concerned, this webinar will be a “must see” event.