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Blogs about Hardware

14 blogs about Hardware.

  1. bunnie's blog
    By Andrew “bunnie” Huang. 🇸🇬

    Name that Ware, August 2023
    The Ware for August 2023 is shown below. Thanks to adrian for sharing this ware! Adrian sent me several wonderful photos, and the whole thing is actually pretty neat to look at. However, for better …
    By bunnie, 93 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  2. The Cheapskate's Guide to Computers and the Internet

    Updated ⚠️️

    We’ve given up fetching this feed because we kept getting ‘Can't connect to domain’.

    Rebels Using Mastodon to Fight the Empire's Enslavement of Social Media Users
    A Star Wars metaphor can be used to help explain why we should all care about Mastodon.
    29 words

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  3. 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. 🇺🇸

    SPARCs in Space: The Cobham UT700 Leon3FT Processor
    UAE Mars Hope Mission – IR Imager powered by LEON3FT In the 1990s the ESA began a project to develop their own, open source, easily usable processor for space applications. Before this the ESA had …
    955 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

  4. Epsilon's World

    Misc Amiga upgrades and new games
    To say the last month has been busy is an understatement. I have had so much to do for work, setting up a new office in Japan, and other overseas projects also in progress.Finding time …
    By Epsilon, 2,551 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  5. Going back to electronic after a 20 years break
    By meanX.

    clang-17, lto and aggressive optimisations
    Lately, i updated lnDSO150 to v2.3, in particular its build system to be in sync with how i do things nowadays.The main goal is to easily switch between GCC and CLANG-17 ( arm or riscv …
    By meanX, 224 words

    Feed Roughly 19 posts per year. Started in .

  6. Ken Shirriff's blog
    “Computer history, restoring vintage computers, IC reverse engineering, and whatever.” 🇺🇸

    Tracing the roots of the 8086 instruction set to the Datapoint 2200 minicomputer
    The Intel 8086 processor started the x86 architecture that is still extensively used today. The 8086 has some quirky characteristics: it is little-endian, has a parity flag, and uses explicit I/O instructions instead of just …
    By Ken Shirriff, 6,874 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month.

  7. Liliputing
    “Compact Computing (News, reviews, and info about tablets, notebooks, smartphones, and more).” 🇺🇸

    MINISFORUM BD770i is a mini ITX motherboard with an AMD Ryzen 7 7745HX Dragon Range processor
    AMD’s Ryzen 7 7745HX “Dragon Range” processor is a mobile chip that offers performance that rivals many desktop processors, with a 55 watt default TDP, 8 Zen 4 CPU cores, and 40MB of total cache. …
    By Brad Linder, 94 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per day. Started in .

  8. MCQN Ltd
    “Connecting strange things to the Internet since 2005.” By Adrian McEwen, et al. 🇬🇧

    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 …
    1,507 words

    Feed Roughly 14 posts per year. Started in .

  9. PC Gazer | Home
    “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. 🇺🇸

    China’s Alibaba Launches AI Chatbot to Compete with ChatGPT
    Alibaba is known around the world for its marketplace filled with knock-off goods, low-cost cloud servers, and wide range of products and services that echo offerings by larger American firms. Now, the Chinese technology giant …
    213 words

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  10. PlanB – Powered by tea
    “Powered by tea.” By Libby Miller. 🇬🇧

    #Mayke Day 4 – TTN and LoRaWAN – TiL
    Tarim and I have been trying to get a LoRaWAN network up and running in Bristol using some of the old Bristol Wireless antenna locations. First step for me was in January when we got …
    By libbymiller, 1,442 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  11. Robot Gizmos
    “Covering the latest robots, robotic gizmos, coding kits, AI research, and advancements in the world of bionics.” 🇺🇸

    WOLF-X Robotic Tank for Combat
    This is the WOLF-X: a robotic combat vehicle ready for extreme conditions. It is a 8×8 wheeled robotic vehicle that can fit in a CH-47D. It can carry an MK44 30mm chain gun and enhanced …
    By robot man, 92 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per day. Started in .

  12. SoftRobotCritics
    “Autonomous motion, kinetics, aesthetics, softness, flexibility, and the unexpected.”

    2023-09-29 19:01

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  13. Thomas' Random Hackery
    “Web, hardware and other random hackery.” By Thomas Hollstegge. 🇩🇪

    ws2mqtt - Connect WiSafe2 devices to Home Assistant
    ws2mqtt - Connect WiSafe2 devices to Home Assistant
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  14. Tom Armitage » Blog

    Recent and ongoing work: Community Connectivity
    I’ve begun a small piece of ongoing consultancy with Promising Trouble on their Community Connectivity project. It’s a good example of the strategy and consulting work I do in my practice, alongside more hands-on technology …
    431 words

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