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  • Robotics starter kit helps you build your first bot, just needs your code (and funding)

    Posted July 7, 2012 - 7:20 am

    Do you ever dream of building a robot army to take over the world, but you don't quite have the know-how to create a robot from scratch? Sometimes, knowing a bit of code isn't enough to complete a DIY project--you need to make sure all of the different hardware components correspond with each other before you can get your project up and running.
  • This DIY robot can feed you, be controlled with just a look

    Posted June 2, 2012 - 7:25 am

    Is there anything a robotic arm can't do? They can juggle balls, manufacture microchips, and crush humanity.
  • Select the right storage for your custom-made PC

    Posted March 4, 2012 - 8:38 am

    Your data and programs need a home, and 1TB hard drives are now commonplace. But bigger isn’t necessarily better: Solid-state drives have decidedly smaller capacities, yet offer a noticeable bump in performance. As for other storage media, if you want to install disc-based programs or watch Blu-rays and DVDs on your PC, grab an optical drive. They’re inexpensive, and prices for blank discs have dropped too.
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