Monthly Archives: May 2018

Arduino Vidor CAN bus support

Arduino have just announced a bunch of new boards, including one with an on board FPGA chip (plus a SAMD21 Cortex-M0+, plus an ESP32 WiFi and Bluetooth Module). A Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) chip is possibly the most impressive piece of electronics going. They are essentially a way of creating entirely custom digital electronic circuits (resistors and transistors) all inside a tiny chip, and completely reprogrammable – genius!

See more about the Arduino Vidor CAN bus support after the break.

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Motorola G6 Amazon Exclusive – Delayed, Where is it?

So, over two weeks ago now, I ordered the Motorola G6 from Amazon. The Amazon Exclusive version has 4GB RAM (an extra GB over the standard) and 64GB internal storage (as opposed to the 32GB on the standard). At the time, it was available for Pre-order, and said it would be dispatched on Wednesday the 16th May (although I’m sure when I first looked at it, it was due on the 9th May). So, I pre-ordered, bought a case, spare USB C charging cables, and screen protector, signed up for prime (there was a 1 week offer) and looked forward to receiving my new Motorola G6 on Thursday the 17th…

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