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Attention Hardware Hackers: Win A Trip To Space With The Hackaday Prize

Ronald Barba | Tech Cocktail | April 29, 2014

If you’re not around the D.C. area and can’t make it to our Sessions event with SpaceX’s Steve Davis tomorrow, then I guess you’ll just have to settle for this space-related news: Get the chance to change the future of humanity and win a trip to space in the process.

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Does Open Design Hardware Have a Place in Manufacturing?

Eric Larkin | opensource.com | February 16, 2012

...thanks to the popularity of publications like MAKE magazine, and an increase in the availability of specialty electronic parts and open source software, a maker renaissance has begun...

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Five Open Source Hardware Projects That Could Change the World

Andrew Back | The H (h-online.com) | February 6, 2012

Open source hardware is increasingly making the news, as Ford partners with Bug Labs to “advance in-car connectivity innovation”, thousands of US Radio Shack stores start stocking Arduino, and Facebook releases the plans for energy-efficient data centre technology via Open Compute. But could it change the world? Andrew Back takes a look at five projects which just might...

Highlights of the Open Development Stream at the Open Knowledge (OK) Festival

Linda Raftree | lindaraftree.com | September 24, 2012

I’m just home after a week at the Open Knowledge Festival in Helsinki (and wishing I could have cloned myself and attended each of the 13 streams!): Read More »

Ten Open Source Hardware And Design Projects That Are Setting New Standards

Simone Cicero | Open Electronics | September 12, 2013

The Open Source hardware and design community is on fire these days. Apart from the projects that eventually already gained worldwide recognition such as Open Source Ecology, DIYDrones, Arduino or RepRap, many fantastic projects, focused on specific aspects, hold great promises. Read More »

The Inside Story Of The Open Source PC, And How It Could Stop You Being A Slave To Your Hardware

Nick Heath | Tech Republic | May 23, 2014

Hardware engineer Andrew 'bunnie' Huang on how his path to building an open source computer started with a childhood fascination with the Apple II and why we need to rediscover open hardware...

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