A weblog focused on interesting circuits, ideas, schematics and other information about microelectronics and microcontrollers.
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Wanna have a Linux box (ARM driven, SDHC disc, USB & HDMI+Composite video output) for 25 USD? Try a Raspberry Pi!
Digilent's chipKIT™ platform is the 32-bit Arduino-compatible kit.
What should we do with the TI's Launchpad?
Why to prepare an address decoder for specific regions to switch between RAM and ROM? You can use 64kB SRAM chip for the whole space, kickstarted by ATMega. The way shows Ben Ryves.
AVR Studio 5 supports all AVR microcontrollers. Now you can bring all your 8– and 32-bit AVR projects into one, easy-to-use environment.
Gameduino shield is based on FPGA. Inner software CPU is running at 50MIPS. It can perform various graphics (backgrounds, sprites) and 32 channel sound effects.
The TI's MSP430 family provides very cheap 16bit uCs with low power consumption.
A list of comprehensive and "magic" routines in Z80 ASM - Z80 Bits
Many links flushed at once, or "what I forgot in 2010"...