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Build the ultimate Intel Haswell PC for under $1000

Upgrading to Intel's hot new Haswell processor requires a brand-new motherboard, so why not build an awesome new PC while you're at it?

Arduino's first robotics kit is here, and it's a seriously mean open-source machine

It’s finally here! Arduino brings out its first-ever robot kit on wheels, and it’s on sale now!

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Raspberry Pi goes to space, brings back photos of Earth

Raspberry Pi takes a trip to space, snaps photos of Earth, returns to terra firma.

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Salvage that busted Nintendo console with Raspberry Pi and some Lego bricks

It's one thing to have an Nintendo emulator running on your computer, and it's another thing entirely when you rip the innards out of a broken NES, replace it with a Raspberry Pi and convert the original box into a fully functional emulator.

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Cut custom circuit boards with the Othermill

The Othermill aims to be a portable, desktop CNC machine that could help you build a custom-made printed circuit board.

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Arduino's first robotics kit is coming, and it rolls around like a Roomba

Arduino has already made it easier to build your own electronics projects. Now, the microcontroller board maker to entering the robotics market with what it calls the first official Arduino on wheels.

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Kindle and Raspberry Pi join forces in this wireless terminal hack

Kindleberry Wireless combines Raspberry Pi and Kindle hacks together into one great portable, wireless hackstation.

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Make your PC kid-friendly with four custom operating systems

Parental controls are outdated. Make your PC fun for all ages using operating systems designed specifically for tech-savvy tykes.

Interview: Raspberry Pi creator wants to bring hardware hacking to everyone

GeekTech caught up with Eben Upton, co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, to see how Raspberry Pi is doing a year after release.

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Minecraft: Pi Edition brings blocky construction to the Raspberry Pi

I had honestly thought that Minecraft was available on every conceivable device by the beginning of 2013, but clearly I had forgotten about the announcement of yet another rendition of the game made at Minecon last year.

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