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Blogs about Hardware

16 blogs about Hardware.

  1. Blog Joshua
    Joshua Rocky Tuahta Purba's personal blog about everything. 🇮🇩 More info

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    Fan Repair
    Pedestal fan repair by replacing the entire AC motor assembly.
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  2. bunnie's blog
    By Andrew “bunnie” Huang. 🇸🇬 More info

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    Name that Ware, February 2024
    Here’s the Ware for February 2024: Here’s another ware courtesy of FETguy, who recovered this from Renew Computers in San Rafael, CA. Renew is a recycling facility that apparently processes a fair bit of e-waste. …
    By bunnie, 116 words
  3. The Cheapskate's Guide to Computers and the Internet
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    Many Used Computers are Dirt Cheap Again
    Ebay prices for used computers have reached lows that we have not seen in three years. Now is the time to buy.
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  4. Chips and Cheese – The Devil is in the Details
    Technology news, reviews, insights and leaks with a real technical twist, and the occasional rant or two... By George Cozma et al. More info

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    Ryzen Z1’s Tiny iGPU
    Editor’s Note: Just like our prior Ryzen Z1 article, the ROG Ally was kindly provided by Asus to let us test the Ryzen Z1. ASUS ROG Ally comes in two configurations: AMD’s Ryzen Z1 Extreme …
    By clamchowder, 1,963 words
  5. The CPU Shack
    A museum for the history of processors and CPUs and how they have changed our world. Includes Intel, AMD as well as lesser known companies such as Signetics. By John Culver. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Rise and Fall of Philips Data Systems
    About a year ago Mats Danielson from Stockholm Sweden contacted the CPU Shack about an interesting project, documenting the history of Philips Data Systems, a former powerhouse of European computing. Previously we wrote about the …
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  6. Epsilon's World
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    Planes, Trains, Food and catching up with AmiKit creator
    My February has been really busy, travelling for business in late January to Prague, which is in the Czech Republic. I had assumed I would have time to do some blog posts when I returned …
    By Epsilon, 2,385 words
  7. Going back to electronic after a 20 years break
    By meanX. More info

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    lnBMP : CH32V3xx support
    It is painful, but it is beginning to work :On the picture a RP2040-pico zero running lnBMP and happily debugging a ch32v307 Riscv chip(of course it can still debug Arm chips)Perigoso did a lot of …
    By meanX, 55 words
  8. Ken Shirriff's blog
    Computer history, restoring vintage computers, IC reverse engineering, and whatever. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The first microcomputer: The transfluxor-powered Arma Micro Computer from 1962
    What would you say is the first microcomputer?1 The Apple I from 1976? The Altair 8800 from 1974? Perhaps the lesser-known Micral N (1973) or Q1 (1972)? How about the Arma Micro Computer from way …
    By Ken Shirriff, 4,090 words
  9. Liliputing
    Compact Computing (News, reviews, and info about tablets, notebooks, smartphones, and more). 🇺🇸 More info

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    Wistron’s Dynamic airflow laptop concept could bring enhanced cooling to gaming laptops
    Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Wistron has designed a “Dynamic airflow” laptop that has a mechanical system that extends the back of the laptop outward when the lid is open, revealing additional vents and providing more room …
    By Brad Linder, 86 words
  10. MCQN Ltd
    Connecting strange things to the Internet since 2005. By Adrian McEwen, et al. 🇬🇧 More info

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    What Business Do You Have Being on the Fediverse?
    This blog post was written back in June 2021. Back then we didn’t have a Mastodon account (although Adrian’s was a few years old by then) and the Fediverse was a much quieter place. We …
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  11. PC Gazer
    Popular Tags Gaming Intel Streaming Windows GPU Nvidia Linux Graphics Mac Benchmarks Humble Elgato M1 Pro Raspberry Pi M1 Max Alder Lake Handheld EVGA. By Ryan Matthew Pierson. 🇺🇸 More info

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    The Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Pro has an Early Black Friday Sale
    Like many parents, I have a kid that loves playing games on his tablet. He's gone through several iPads over the years. One tablet has managed to survive his rough-and-tumble lifestyle, and it's a budget-friendly …
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  12. PlanB – Powered by tea
    Powered by tea. By Libby Miller. 🇬🇧 More info

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    TIL: Gifski
    For a presentation at work where it’s tricky to add video but an image is ok, gifski worked brilliantly for converting a video to a gif. Even with the defaults it was fine. I needed …
    By libbymiller, 75 words
  13. Robot Gizmos
    Covering the latest robots, robotic gizmos, coding kits, AI research, and advancements in the world of bionics. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Unitree H1 Humanoid Breaks Speed Record (3.3m/s)
    Humanoid robots are getting more advanced all the time. Plenty of companies are working on perfecting them. The Unitree H1 has just broken the world record at 3.3m/s. For those of you keeping count, that …
    By robot man, 88 words
  14. SoftRobotCritics
    Autonomous motion, kinetics, aesthetics, softness, flexibility, and the unexpected. More info

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  15. Thomas' Random Hackery
    Web, hardware and other random hackery. By Thomas Hollstegge. 🇩🇪 More info

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    ws2mqtt - Connect WiSafe2 devices to Home Assistant
    ws2mqtt - Connect WiSafe2 devices to Home Assistant
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  16. Tom Armitage » Blog
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    One Thing: Synthstrom Deluge Crash Reports
    I was really taken with this, which @scy (Tim Weber) posted on Mastodon the other day: The Mastodon post is very clear, so to quickly summarize: The device has crashed; it’s shared its stack trace …
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