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Gearbox By Wachira Ndaiga / July 25, 2014

Why the Maker Movement

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You may have heard of the rise of The Maker Movement, otherwise known as the Techie-DIY Movement or the Maker Culture. It’s a movement born of idyllic principles and centered around empowering communities around the world to actualize into thriving hyper-local communes that craft and invent using technology as an

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Kids Hacker Camp

iHub Robotics By Angela Okune / July 21, 2014

August Kids Hacker Camp: Maker-Breaker Day

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By Wachira Ndaiga Kids Hacker Camp is a week-long camp hosted at *iHub_ – Nairobi’s Innovation Hub for the technology community. The camp is aimed at kids and teens aged 7 – 18 years, who are drawn to and interested in crafting, hacking, discovering and tinkering. The camp is envisioned and designed

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iHub Robotics By Rachel Gichinga / June 30, 2014

Spotlight on Local Innovation: The Intel Autobots Project

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The Intel® Galileo board is a microcontroller board based on the Intel® Quark SoC X1000 application processor, a 32-bit Intel® Pentium® brand system on a chip (SoC). It is the first board based on Intel® architecture designed to be hardware and software pin-compatible with shields designed for the Arduino Uno*

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Kids Hacker Camp

iHub Research By Angela Okune / March 26, 2014

Kids Hacker Camp: April Edition

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By Wachira Ndaiga Kids Hacker Camp is a week-long camp hosted at *iHub_ – Nairobi’s Innovation Hub for the technology community. The camp is aimed at kids and teens aged 7 – 18 years, who are drawn to and interested in crafting, hacking, discovering and tinkering. The camp is envisioned

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Intel-Galileo

iHub By Nanjira Sambuli / March 21, 2014

The Intel Galileo Development Board in Kenya

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 By Brian Bosire and Wachira Ndaiga The Intel Galileo development board is the first product in the new family of Arduino-compatible development boards featuring Intel architecture. The first version of the board was officially released late last year.  The R&D team at iHub Research was among the first in Kenya

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