Use ESP8266 module as a wireless switcher

December 16th 2014, 14:30 by Razvan Dubau
ESP8266 WiFi module

After we managed to connect the ESP8266 WiFI module to Raspberry Pi, we can now try to change the module firmware to a custom one. The firmware we will install on it is a simple webserver, that will handle HTTP requests. It will allow us to access a web interface for ESP8266. The interface will […]

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Use Raspberry Pi as an audio media player controlled remotely

December 6th 2014, 15:39 by Razvan Dubau
Raspberry Pi

This tutorial will show you how to use your Raspberry Pi to play music stored on your PC, laptop or on its own storage. You can control the music play from your PC or from an Android and iOS based devices. Of course, for doing this, you have to connect the Raspberry and the other […]

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Connect ESP8266 to Raspberry Pi

December 3th 2014, 16:19 by Razvan Dubau
ESP8266 pinout

This small tutorial is meant to help you connect the ESP8266 wifi module to Raspberry Pi through serial port. It will show you how to run a simple AT command and how to connect the chip to your wireless router using these commands. Before starting the wiring, I highly recommend you to use a breadboard. You […]

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All New HTC One

It’s only been a day since the All New HTC One was launched and it already went through a terrible experience. Sporting a 5″ 1080p display, better Snapdragon 801 processor and Duo Camera, the new HTC One looks awesome. However, there’s wasn’t any mentioning about water resistance or similar capabilities. Naturally, a curious YouTuber decided […]

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The guys responsible for bringing Candy Crush saga to daylight is a company named King, which filed its IPO (initial public offering) today, representing a big step in the life of this small company. Each day, 100 million users play Candy Crush, and while the company’s titles are free to play, it manages to make […]

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Galaxy Pro commercial

Recently, Samsung tried a couple of simple, product-focused commercials, but it seemed to have interfered with the company’s swag, so they decided to do what they do best – mock the competition. That’s exactly what happens in this latest Galaxy Pro commercial, but Samsung manages to do it at a whole new level. If Apple’s […]

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Samsung new S Band

The original S Band was expected to be launched alongside the Galaxy S4, but it never saw the light of retail day. However, Samsung apparently hasn’t given up on its wearable tracker and intends to bring it to the market with the release of the Galaxy S5. The S Band fitness tracker is expected to […]

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Here are some details about the upcoming Nexus smartwatch

March 13th 2014, 21:56 by Christian
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If it’s one thing we learned this year at MWC is that wearables are the new hotness this year, and obviously Google wants in on this cash cow. Sundar Pichai, Android’s head, made some remarks about a Nexus smartwatch at the event in Barcelona but nothing too revealing. However, we talked to some of our […]

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securesmart-blackberry

Every kid knows that BlackBerries are renowned for their high-levels of security, and that’s why – despite lagging behind in terms of features – they’re still being used by many corporations and government agencies around the world. Still, if you’re extra paranoid and are on the lookout for added security, Secusmart GmbH comes to the […]

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Apple vs. Samsung

This has been the largest-scale patent lawsuit in history, between probably the biggest smartphone manufacturers in the world. The Samsung vs. Apple saga has now finally come to an end, with Judge Lucy Koh awarding Apple just under $930 million in damages. The good news for Samsung is that the request to ban the infringing […]

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