Month: November 2019

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A Fantastic Frontier Of FPGA Flexibility Found In The 2019 Supercon Badge

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We have just concluded a successful Hackaday Superconference where a highlight for many was digging into this year’s hardware badge. Shaped in the general form of …

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Simplified AI On Microcontrollers | Hackaday

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Artificial intelligence is taking the world by storm. Rather than a Terminator-style apocalypse, though, it seems to be more of a useful tool for getting computers …

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That’s It, No More European IPV4 Addresses

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When did you first hear concern expressed about the prospect of explosive growth of the internet resulting in exhaustion of the stock of available IP addresses? …

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Your WiFi Signals Are Revealing Your Location

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The home may be the hearth, but it’s not going to be a place of safety for too long. With the abundance of connected devices making …

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Hacking Transmitters, 1920s Style | Hackaday

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The origin of the term “breadboard” comes from an amusing past when wooden bread boards were swiped from kitchens and used as a canvas for radio …

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Vertical Train Hauls Up The Wall

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Trains are great for hauling massive amounts of cargo from point A to point B, and occasionally, point C on weekends. But they’re not really known …

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Iron Man Puts Yet Another Hacker Up In Arms

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When Iron Man movie came out, we’d bet there wasn’t a single hacker that left the theater without daydreaming about having a few robotic lab assistants …

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A Division In Voltage Standards

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During my recent trip to Europe, I found out that converters were not as commonly sold as adapters, and for a good reason. The majority of …

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Raspberry Pi 4 HDMI Is Jamming Its Own WiFi

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Making upgrades to a popular product line might sound like a good idea, but adding bigger/better/faster parts to an existing product can cause unforeseen problems. For …

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A Python Serial Terminal To Get You Out Of A Jam

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When fiddling around with old computers, you can occasionally find yourself in a sticky situation. What may be a simple task with today’s hardware and software …