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21 September 2018
Using the latest in technology, WinSMS offers cost effective messaging solutions that business owners can apply to their businesses and benefit from.
7 September 2016 | Updated 17 November 2017
Deeper exploration into the world of inter-computer communications will reveal more and more types of communications (e.g. radio waves, Ethernet, Bluetooth, etc.), their interfaces and the network protocols they use.
28 March 2016 | Updated 11 April 2017
This post will explain how to get the Raspberry Pi to read and interpret RF signal-codes to be used for logic. Ultimately I’ll show you how to “capture” signals as strings and compare them with expected strings to trigger either a Bash or Python script.
14 April 2015
Not a big fan of social media? Want a combination of your favourite website articles in one easily accessible place? Look no further! Introducing Feedly.
4 March 2016
On the 29th of September 2015 the final official launch of Raspbian Jessie was announced.
4 January 2016
This time we present the exo-suit from the 2014, animated cyberpunk action movie Appleseed Alpha – which also brings us sexy and bad-ass cyborgs and a “well-endowed” main female character.