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So Who Is Altium Buying?

Today came the news from the ASX that Altium shares have been put on a voluntary trading halt: “Pending an announcement by Altium in relation to a proposed capital raising by institutional investors” Now, this is very interesting indeed for several reasons: Altium have not taken investment since they originally ...

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Graphene / Lithium Ion Capacitor Kickstarter BS

I’ve had a lot of people ask me to comment on THIS project in Kickstarter. It was supposed to be a rechargeable battery based on Lithium Ion Capacitor technology. Ok, cool, nothing wrong with that, sounds good. A guy has mated a Lithium Ion Capacitor with a small custom regulator ...

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The Economics Of Selling Your Hardware Project

I’ve had quite a few people ask why I am not selling my µCurrent through international distributors like I did last time. Well, that’s a good question, and I’ll answer that as well as breaking down the economics of selling your own hardware product, what price you should sell your ...

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ISP Bandwidth Sawtooth Oscillation – Buffer Bloat!

So I just got my new 8M/8M VDSL2 office internet installed in the lab (see video). And speedtest.net looked great of course, and everything seemed to work a treat, my connection seemed quick, and a quick youtube speed test showed it to be much faster than my old ADSL2+ connection ...

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