Why Ring Doorbells Perfectly Exemplify the IoT Security Crisis

A new wave of reports about the home surveillance cameras getting hijacked by creeps is painfully...

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Why you need to know about Seeed hardware devices
Dec13

Why you need to know about Seeed hardware devices

The microcontroller craze doesn’t seem to be dying down—and that’s a good thing because these products consistently succeed where the mobile market consistently fails: Users get open software and hardware, a portable form factor, and a wide choice of vendors and products that are built to last. read...

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How to generate code with Apache Velocity
Dec13

How to generate code with Apache Velocity

Apache Velocity is an open source, Java-based template engine and code generator that converts templates into source code. Because it is implemented in Java, it is capable of interpreting varied templates and generating code for any language (web, service, SQL, scripts, etc.), although it seems to be oriented mostly toward web development. read...

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What GNOME 2 fans love about the Mate Linux desktop
Dec13

What GNOME 2 fans love about the Mate Linux desktop

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: When GNOME 3 was first released, many GNOME users were not ready to give up GNOME 2. The Mate (named after the yerba mate plant) project began as an effort to continue the GNOME 2 desktop, at first using GTK 2 (the toolkit GNOME 2 was based upon) and later incorporating GTK 3. read...

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Toys “R” Us Is Back—Now With More Surveillance!

Reports about the toy store using cameras to track shoppers caused an uproar, but the companies behind the tech insist their systems are trained to ignore kids.

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