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BUG – Tiny DIY/Open-Srouce Linux-Platform Microcomputer with Java Programming!

In my life time, I have seen many little linux-microcomputers that will allow you to do more hacking with less space.

Sorta like the ultra-tiny SheevaPlug, this BUG is an open-source linux-based microcomputer that already comes with accelerometer, camera, and even a GPS module so you can build the next generation gadget-device with it.

I happen to like it a lot, maybe I will get one soon to start hacking it.

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World’s Largest Drawing with a GPS Briefcase!

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irDEzQovftM

video://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ISHiVGx8-2U

Lol, this must be the most creative drawing idea I’ve seen in a while.  Basically, you can read the excerpt, “I sent away a briefcase containing a GPS device with DHL.  I gave them exact travel instructions, where to go and in what order.  55 days later the briefcase returned to Stockholm.  Ths GPS automatically recorded the

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Driving Hack – How to tell Where the Speedtraps are and download them to your GPS!

Wow, now you can use njection.com to find out where the speed camera traps are. Since I live in San Francisco and there are so many speed traps everywhere, I did a search for my zip code and that’s what you see in the above screenshot. Pretty accurate too as I can verify some of the speed traps from back of my head.

You can also download this information to your GPS device, how cool is that?

Hopefully less tickets for you and you come back to Zedomax for more… :p

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DIY HACK – How to build a cheap bluetooth audio for your GPS!

Here’s a good instructable on how to build a cheap bluetooth audio for your GPS. If your GPS doesn’t already support bluetooth (I believe most don’t), this is a great cheap way to get all those audible directions into just the driver’s ears, not everyone in the car.

I needed a way to hear my cheap a$$ GPS under the helmet on my motorcycle and didn’t wanna fork over 2x the price for a “motorcycle ready”

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