Until now, the only way to update a Yoctopuce module was to use the VirtualHub. Since version 18640 of our libraries, you can update your module firmware with the Yoctopuce libraries. We also published an Android application enabling you to update your modules. Let's have a look at these new ways of updating.
Do you remember the USB desk lamp? This week, we present a WiFi version. It so happens that some new modules appeared since the time the making of the USB version, which make it quite easy to build this improved version.
This week, we announce the Micro-USB-Hub-V2. It's a new USB 2.0 hub. It is fully compatible with the first version, it is better, and it even costs a little bit less :-)
We showed you previously how to use a Yoctopuce screen to display information coming from Internet, such as an RSS feed or Google Calendar events. Today, we are going to show you how you can use a Yocto-Display to build an active control panel for an XBMC media center.
A question comes up quite often among users of Yocto-Color and of Yocto-PowerColor modules: Can you make the RGB led of these two modules blink automatically? This is not a crazy idea. When you see what a Yoctopuce relay can do, you can expect similar features with a Yoctopuce RGB led.
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