iPhone push notifications: Apple needs to get them... →
The future and utility of Apple’s missing-in-action push notification service for the iPhone is once again in the spotlight. It has been nearly five months since Apple’s self-imposed deadline for the feature, and we have yet to hear a word about its progress, but there may be a good reason for that.
Wireless Bootloader Demonstration on Vimeo (via Vimeo)
Cockpit view of SpaceShipOne →
Cockpit view of SpaceShipOne in flight…
The Ultimate Dogfooding Story →
Preview video of the Samsung Show which has a pico video-projector built-in. The demonstration of the projector is towards the end of the clip, and worth waiting for…
Top 40 Arduino Projects of the Web →
The Arduino is an open source programming platform which allows you to easily control electronics with a microcontroller…
Single axis gyro head tracker testing on Vimeo (via Vimeo)
Click & Glue →
A white latex balloon spins an ever-thickening web through the space using a hot glue gun and nylon thread until the balloon’s own threads bring it to stillstand.
How-to: Prepare your Eagle designs for manufacture →
There are several ways to turn an eagle design into an actual printed circuit board (pcb). we’ll show you how to save eagle designs as industry-standard gerber files that are accepted by any pcb manufacturer. you can use the gerbers to order a single prototype, or a full panel…
Radio controlled Mig - Video (via Metacafe)
99 Cent iPhone Apps Not Significantly More Popular →
Are 99¢ apps harming the iPhone app ecosystem?
Avalanche on Vimeo (via Vimeo)
Hunts for moving objects then sqirts them…
Update on the Twittering power usage project →
How many startups and projects are going to be doing power usage and metering in 2009?
Windows for Warships™ →
The Royal Navy’s plan to fit most of its fleet with command systems based on Windows boxes continues, with the commencement last week of a programme intended to replace the existing commandware of the Service’s Type 23 frigates. The Type 23s will make up the majority of the British surface fleet for the foreseeable future.
Affordable, open source swarm robotics →
Swarm robotics is a hot research area. Various algorithms for distributed problem solving are being developed, particularly in simulations. The focus is on complex, emergent behaviour arising from the local interactions of individuals following simple rules. There’s nothing like reality to test out your robots, so research groups are beginning to invest in physical robot swarms. The cost of...