Rene Strange] has graced these fair pages a short while ago with a sweet Raspberry Pi software based poly synth, with a ...
As we gear up for a summer in the field, or more accurately in a series of fields, it’s time to turn our attention towards ...
The bane of life for anyone who possesses a well-used pile of spanners is the humble nut and bolt. Durable and easy to fasten ...
The smartphone represents one of the most significant shifts in our world. In less than thirteen years, we went from some ...
It’s well known in the desktop 3D printing world that you get what you pay for. If you want to spend under $300 USD, you get ...
Today, most of us carry supercomputers in our pockets that happen to also take instantly-viewable pictures.This is something ...
Some people look at a venerable resource like resistor color code charts and see something tried and true, but to [Andrew ...
On paper, chording — that’s pressing multiple keys to create either a single character or a whole word — looks like one of ...
There’s no shortage of ESP32 development boards out there, with many of them offering some “killer app” feature which may or ...
DNS spoofing/poisoning is the attack discovered by [Dan Kaminski] back in 2008 that simply refuses to go away. This week a ...
A couple of years ago, Hackaday published an article, “Electric Vehicles Continue the Same Wasteful Mistakes That Limit ...
If you were asked to name the coldest spot in the solar system, chances are pretty good you’d think it would be somewhere as ...