Category Archives: Design/Engineering

Wearable Tech for Makers – An Insight to Making Your Own Smartwatch, Fitness Tracker Or Other Wearables

Wearable technology is big news right now, especially with the recent launch of the Apple Watch and the ongoing success of Pebble. We’ve heard talk of wearable devices for some time, but it seems like it’s finally making its way … Continue reading

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Smart Fabrics – A Significant Next Step for Wearable Tech

Wearable technology is quickly becoming the next big thing in consumer electronics but even as form factors and features improve, the devices are still mostly things you strap on or that otherwise require carrying around. A new slew of technologies … Continue reading

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A Wearable Future

By Eli Sinaiko In recent years, the concept of wearable technology has primarily been applied to fitness. I mean, who wouldn’t want a pair of compression shorts that monitor your blood pressure and heart rate? Or a pair of socks … Continue reading

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Astro Studios Work

By Tony Kim Here at Berkeley Sourcing Group, we are dedicated in helping the hardware revolution take place. One place that has really supported entrepreneurs and other companies to achieve success in this market has been Astro Studios. Astro Studios has … Continue reading

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3D Printer Headed To Space

By Tony Kim It took one team of entrepreneurs to ask one question: What do we need to live on the moon? The answer they came up with was a 3D printer that can work in space. 3D printing has brought … Continue reading

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Wearable Tech Gaining Stylistic Traction?

By Eli Sinaiko Wearables: pieces of technology which balance form and function in one object. Wearable tech has often seemed like an intangible aspiration forever relegated to daydreams of a future which would never arrive. As many children who worshipped … Continue reading

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Untapped Novelty to be Found in Connected Toys

By Eli Sinaiko This summer I took a two week trip to Italy. And I’m not writing that to instill jealousy. It was a great time and the relaxation was much appreciated. But while I was there, I noticed an … Continue reading

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What does it take to be an Entrepreneur?

By Eli Sinaiko Not everybody can be an entrepreneur. Individuals who are not entrepreneurs can be broken into two categories. The first category consists of people who would be entrepreneurs if not for external circumstances such as financial constraints or … Continue reading

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New Hardware Technology sets Limits for Teen Drivers

While driving to many is a big step towards growing up, to parents it is a step scary to take. One of the leading causes of death among teenage Americans have been automobile accidents. Most of those accidents occur due … Continue reading

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Hardware Innovators Use Burning Man to Unwind

By Eli Sinaiko Burning Man, that awesome annual assemblage in Nevada’s nondescript Black Rock Desert, is almost upon us. Each year, tens of thousands of people gather in this otherwise austere land for a festival of art and music. Among … Continue reading

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