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 Wednesday, July 23 2014 @ 01:35 CEST

Build a GSM base station with a BeagleBone Black

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HardwareHOWTO: GSM Base Station with the BeagleBone Black, Debian GNU/Linux and a USRP explains how to set a GSM base station, so that you can find out how much info your mobile devices leaks. See also the article Build your own GSM base station with a BeagleBone Black for more info.
 
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DragonPy - Dragon 32 emulator in Python

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NewsIf you are feeling nostalgic: DragonPy is an emulator for the Dragon 32 home computer from back in the days. It is written in Python. Very cool.
 
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Go-mtpfs

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NewsIf you have an android phone / tablet, go-mtpfs might be for you.
 
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ShaperProbe

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NetworkingShaperProbe detects whether your ISP performs traffic shaping. Windows, OS X and Linux clients available. And source code too. A useful tool if you need it.
 
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DragonFly BSD 3.8 released

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DragonFly BSD version 3.8.0 was released on June 4th, 2014.
 
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Programming on Firefox OS

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NewsFirefox OS Gaming is a blog about programming on Firefox OS. You can get a few devices that run Firefox OS out of the box, including the reference device from Mozilla: Flame.
 
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crouton

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Newscrouton - Chromium OS Universal Chroot Environment is cool, because it allows you to run Ubuntu on your Chromebook. Or Debian if you like.
 
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Compile 68k Mac applications for System 1.1 in OS X 10.9

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AppleFrom OSnews: using a MPW emulator, it is now possible to compile 68k Mac OS applications in OS X that work on System 1.1. The emulator makes it possible to run Macintosh Programmer's Workshop on any OS X 10.9 system (but you need a case-insensitive HFS+ volume). Very cool.
 
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YARI

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NewsYARI is an open source FPGA microprocessor implementation, the instruction set is designed to be mostly compatible with the MIPSŪ architecture. (see MIPS instruction Set)
 
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MyHDL

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NewsMyHDL turns Python into a hardware description and verification language, providing hardware engineers with unprecedented power.
 
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