Month: November 2019

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This Week In Security: Project Zero’s IPhone, BBC The Onion, Rooting Androids, And More

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The always interesting Project Zero has a pair of stories revolving around security research itself. The first, from this week, is all about one man’s quest …

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Raspberry Pi NAS Makes Itself At Home In Donor PC

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It’s safe to say that most of us have at least one Raspberry Pi hanging from a USB cable someplace, silently hammering away at some unglamorous …

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Symbiflow Open Source FPGA Toolchain

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Anyone who’s ever had the pleasure of programming FPGAs knows that it’s a land of proprietary tools that almost require marriage level commitment to a specific …

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BEAM Dragonfly Causes A Flap

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Normal people throw away stuff when it breaks. But not people like us. Or, apparently, NanoRobotGeek. A cheap robotic dragonfly died, and he cannibalized it for …

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Stereolithography Goes Big | Hackaday

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When it comes to hobby-level 3D printing, most of us use plastic filament deposited by a hot end. Nearly all the rest are using stereolithography — …