How I Connected The iPhone To Mac OS X Mojave, While Running As A Virtualbox Guest
Remote control bean powered car driven with an iPhone running the Handy BLE app.
Find your misplaced phone with the push of a button even if it's on silent or vibrate with the Particle Internet Button and IFTTT.
Connect a rotary dial telephone from the 80s to a cheap cellphone with an Arduino.
Turn your traditional fan or broken button thrown in the garage into a super fan controlled by your smartphone.
Got some old phones? Here's a cool way to reuse your old phone by converting it into a remote switch that can be operated from anywhere.
Calling a Twilio number to control Spark Core
Send an SMS every time something moves in your room
Hack the House
A Raspberry Pi enabled retro smartphone from which you can check the news headlines, send a tweet, listen to SMS messages, and much more.
Fed up of the wires and hassle of plugging and unplugging your phone as you move around the house? So were we!
This is a project of my old Nokia 1100 phone and Arduino Mega. You can receive DTMF signal and control anything remotely.
Use the Blynk app to control the RGB LED, the onboard LED, and the LED expansion from your phone.
Sending notifications to a phone or device has always seeming difficult task. Using Pushbullet, it becomes very easy!
New tech from old tech. Converted an old Tiffany Coke touch phone into a Google Home using a Raspberry Pi and the Google AIY source code.
Use your Tessel's GPRS module to trigger actions
With the recent rise in cryptocurrencies, this Price Checker will keep you up to date with the most recent market fluctuations!
Test your Hologram IoT SIM card using an iPhone.
A teardown and repair log of my analog phone that happens to be in the shape of a hamburger.
A small-scale replica of the original Herbert Televox robot from the 1920's was a great addition to a presentation on "how to tell stories."
What if you didn't have to get up to make a cup of coffee? What if you could turn on your coffee machine from your phone?
Control your applications by making calls or simply sending SMS with PiTalk - DIY Smartphone Kit that is provided by SB Components online.
This article is about building a WiFi controllable robot. To making this robot, I've used the discarded stuff, old parts and a "WiCard."
This project modifies a manual dial thermostat to become an automated phone-controlled thermostat. Set your temperature via phone and enjoy!