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It’s easy to envisage a not-so-distant future when sophisticated brain-computer interfaces become available for general-purpose infotainment use.


My cousins in Alberta are going to be less than pleased to hear that they have only a 50% expected survival rate in the event of a zombie apocalypse.


Watching this video caused me to wander off into the weeds looking at a weird and wonderful collection of wheeled implementations.


Although it’s only the size of a stick of chewing gum, this little beauty boasts nine processor cores and is preloaded with the Linux operating system.


Put the pilot in a real plane but simulate enemy planes using the latest and greatest in augmented reality (AR) technology – Brilliant!


An exceptional group of speakers presented on a wide range of topics at this free-to-attend three-day extravaganza.


There are so many cool STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) toys available these days, and I want them all!


Nicholas Temese, who hails from Quebec, Canada, creates highly detailed handcrafted miniature scale models of classic computers from yesteryear.


I’m very happy with my new OMTech 40W CO2 laser engraver/cutter, but only because the folks from Makers Local 256 helped me get it up and running.


What do you do if someone starts waving furiously at you, seemingly delighted to see you, but you fear they are being overenthusiastic?


All I can say is that I now regard the team at Microchip as being like the brothers I never had.


All I can say is that having a TempBuddy in my backpack will make me a lot happier when I’m on the road.