Tag Archive: Build


Force Flyers: Build your own drone with LEGO-like blocks

Drones can often cost a pretty penny, with some fetching hundreds of dollars. While they can be awesome and feature-rich, not everyone wants or needs cameras and long-range flight. Some just want to tinker and play around a bit in the home or office.

Visit the AndroidGuys Deals Store today and you’ll discover we’ve got a great deal on a budget-friendly drone. Called the Force Flyers DIY Building Block Drone, this gadget lets channel your inner child to build and fly  [Read More…]

How to build a smart home in an apartment

Discover the fun of running cable channels.

Find out exactly what you can change D-Line cable channels TP-Link 5 Port Ethernet Switch Nanoleaf Aurora Rhythm Starter Kit Philips Hue Starter Kit Google Home Lenovo Smart Display Wemo Mini Smart Plug LeFun WiFi Smart Power Strip Other tech you can buy

Smart home technology is getting more pervasive, but if you don’t own your space, you may feel a bit left out. Fortunately, it’s still possible to wire  [Read More…]

Learn to build your own games with School of Game Design, just $59

Have what you believe is a sure-fire, million-dollar game idea but don’t know where to go with it or what to do? Well, you could hire a software developer or farm it out to someone and hope for the best. Or, you could enroll some online courses and learn how to design and build games yourself.

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One online destination With more than 120 hours of content,  [Read More…]

Build your own Bose Bluetooth speaker at home for just $75

A project to do with the kids.

Amazon has the Bose BOSEbuild speaker cube on sale for just $ 74.96. Earlier this year, this build-it-yourself speaker was selling for $ 150 but dropped down to a new regular price of $ 100 around the end of April. It hasn’t been discounted since until recently, and this price drop marks a new all-time low for the speaker.

You may be wondering what exactly a BOSEbuild speaker even is,  [Read More…]

Learn to build and manage Cisco networking systems for only $49

Things are looking as good as ever for Cisco Systems. It pretty much owns the space it occupies and the situation figures to get even better.

Coming on the heels of a strong earnings report, analyst Nomura Instinet advised that stock buyers would be wise to buy Cisco. Strengthened by Cisco’s ethernet switch market share growth (49% to 53%) over the end of 2017, Istinet predicts growth well into next year.

In other words, Cisco already provides the equipment and infrastructure  [Read More…]

You don’t need the latest and greatest tech to build a smart home

Even the oldest smart home tech is still pretty new anyway.

Smart homes are en vogue these days, and they come in all sorts of varying degrees. You can start off with just a couple of smart light bulbs, then gradually work your way up to a smart thermostat, locks, door bells, and beyond.

Smart lights are a great gateway into smart home tech, but there’s plenty more to experiment with.

I recently moved into a new  [Read More…]

Google needs to learn from Amazon on how to build products for kids

We want the best for our kids, and right now that means we buy from Amazon.

It’s easy to think of mobile and its associated gadgetry as a two-way race between Apple and Google. When it comes to all things flashy that tech writers and Twitter pundits like to make words about, iOS and Android (their respective ecosystems actually) rule the roost. But that’s not quite accurate — companies like AT&Timewarner or NBComcast Universal or Verizonhoo! (sorry)  [Read More…]

Unity Bootcamp Bundle: Teach yourself to build games in half hour increments, just $19.99

If you want to develop and create video games, the cold truth is that you need to know Unity. Why? Well, the gaming engine powers roughly one in every three of the more popular mobile games. It’s time to get you on the same playing field as the bigger names.

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Android Things 1.0 aims to make it easier for devs to build IoT devices

Android Things addresses long-standing security vulnerabilities in IoT devices.

Back in 2016, Google introduced Android Things as a lightweight platform for developers to create IoT devices, and now the platform is getting a formal release. Android Things 1.0 is now ready for use on consumer products, and has picked up compatibility with additional SoMs (system-on-modules) based on the NXP i.MX8M, Qualcomm SDA212, Qualcomm SDA624, and MediaTek MT8516 platforms.

Reference designs will be available in the “coming  [Read More…]

Stop thinking of the next killer app and build it yourself! Lifetime help is just $29 right now

Just about everybody seems to have an app idea they think is great. The problem is actually building it. Stop asking how it’s going to get built! Save 96% with our killer mobile app development training courses.

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