Category Archives: Hardware

OPI Crowdfunding campaign launched

Yesterday we, OpenProducts, launched an Indiegogo campaign to kickstart production of our new product OPI. From the press release: “Today OpenProducts started an international crowdfunding campaign in order to jump  start the production of OPI – OpenProducts Information Hub. The … Continue reading

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Android, BlackBerry susceptible to Heartbleed attacks

And there you go, hot on the heels on my last post, Vicious Heartbleed bug bites millions of Android phones, other devices “The catastrophic Heartbleed security bug that has already bitten Yahoo Mail, the Canada Revenue Agency, and other public … Continue reading

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Time for some HDL

I read the excellent book The Elements of Computing Systems which is the text book of Nand to Tetris a while ago. And since I have nothing else todo 😀 I thought that it could be a good time to … Continue reading

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OpenProducts to take over Excito B3 product line

If everything goes according to plan and OpenProducts and Excito can resolve some of the minor details OpenProducts will take over the B3/bubba product line from Excito. More details and further news here

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Interresting times ahead?

While digging into data sheets on power management circuits is only so funny. Recent discussions with other “customers” might turn into a surprising turn of events. Most likely more information shortly.

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“WAS” assembly, part two

This is the third article on my mission to build a Web Application Server for my home needs. The two first articles can be found here “Lets build a WAS” and ‘“WAS” assembly, part one‘. My assembling was abruptly halted … Continue reading

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“WAS” assembly, part one

This is the second article outlining my work building a Web Application Server for home use. The first article is here: “Lets build a WAS” So, with all parts on the table lets build a new computer then. First lets … Continue reading

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Lets build a WAS

This will hopefully be the first article of a few covering the building of my new home application server. I have been toying with the idea on building a new server for home use for a while now. I need … Continue reading

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