Hacks that bring a vintage flair to modern electronics never get old, and [Jeffrey Stephenson] delivers with his Project ...
Back in 2020, we reported on the effort to create a brand new open-source laptop platform using the PowerPC architecture. At ...
Car makers have been phasing out AM radios in their cars for quite some time. Let’s face it, there isn’t much on AM these ...
DC Zia crew offered up a throwback 30-in-ONE Learn Electronics indie badge for DEF CON 30. The badge is inspired by the Radio ...
In what’s being described as a Humpty-Dumpty incident, Rackspace customers have lost access to their hosted Exchange service, ...
We kind of already knew this, but it seems that [Uri Tuchman] really can build absolutely anything. This fall, he was asked ...
It’s important to instill healthy habits in your children when they’re still young. Preferences for sports, snacks and ...
We’ve talked about feature creep plenty of times around here, and it’s generally regarded as something to be avoided when ...
Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi start the Hackaday Podcast by talking about another podcast that’s talking about…Hackaday. Or more accurately, ...
At this point, you’re likely aware that you can store your wireless network’s credentials in a QR code, so that anyone who ...
It’s a rare person who can pick up a cheap laser pointer and not wield it like a lightsaber or a phaser, complete with sound effects. There’s just something about the ...
We’ve now had at least five years of USB-C ports in our devices. It’s a standard that many manufacturers and hackers can get ...