This is the final weekend to enter your robot project in the 2021 Hackaday Prize. The Redefine Robots challenge is looking to ...
Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams marvel at a week packed full of great hardware hacks. Do you think the ...
Over at the New York Times (NYT) crossword puzzle desk, newly-appointed Games Editorial Director Everdeen Mason has caused a ...
There was a time when people like us might own a tube tester and even if you didn’t, you probably knew which drug store had a tube testing machine you could use for free. We aren’t ...
We in the West take quite a lot for granted. We’re used to certain standards of care in our homes and our places of work, so ...
In case you needed yet another example of why your IoT devices shouldn’t be exposed to the internet, a large swath of ...
The Hackaday comments section has become infamous for a recurring theme that goes something like “I don’t know why they used ...
When you have a small stock of vacuum fluorescent displays (VFDs) straight out of the 1976 Radio Shack catalog, you might sit ...
Bluetooth has become widely popular since its introduction in 1999. However, it’s also had its fair share of security ...
There’s plenty of debate about drop-in LED headlight bulbs, especially when they’re used with older reflector housings that ...
We’ve been keeping a close eye on the development of electronic paper tablets such as the reMarkable for a while now. These ...
Typically, detecting glyphosate — a herbicide — in a beverage requires a sophisticated test setup. But Washington State ...