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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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    Formlabs Form 4 Teardown
    Formlabs has recently launched the fourth edition of their flagship SLA printer line, the Form 4. Of course, I jumped on the chance to do a teardown of the printer; I’m grateful that I was …
    By bunnie, 5,902 words
  3. The Cheapskate's Guide to Computers and the Internet
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    A Brief Review of BunsenLabs Linux
    Bunsenlabs Linux is a lightweight distribution that runs well on old computers, but it has some issues.
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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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    Intel Details Skymont
    Previously Intel’s Skymont slides were published in low resolution, and I wrote a short article on them. Now, the presentation is public with higher resolution slides and presenter audio. Because there’s a lot more detail …
    By clamchowder, 2,730 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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    National Semi. PACE/INS8900 Test Boards
    In 1974 National Semiconductor introduced what is arguably the first 16-bit microprocessor (it had a 8-bit mode as well which was more efficient but could run 16-bits as well). This chip was made on a …
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  6. Epsilon's World
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    Retro meeting, CZ and 1080p video on AmigaOS 4 with A1222
    I didn't expect to have any time to write a blog post in June (same as May and April), but as it turned out I did, so here I am!Work is currently crazy, and issues …
    By Epsilon, 3,634 words
  7. Going back to electronic after a 20 years break
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    CH32V203C8xx : no breakpoint ? :(
    A couple of months back i bought some CH32V203 on ebay. Why ?They were cheap, they are pin to pin compatible with STM32F103Cxxxx, i can put them on bluepill board . They are fast riscv. …
    By meanX, 182 words
  8. Ken Shirriff's blog
    Computer history, restoring vintage computers, IC reverse engineering, and whatever. 🇺🇸 More info

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    Inside a vintage aerospace navigation computer of uncertain purpose
    I recently obtained an aerospace computer from the early 1970s, apparently part of a navigation system. Aerospace computers are an interesting but mostly neglected area of computer hardware, so I'm always delighted to examine one …
    By Ken Shirriff, 3,406 words
  9. Liliputing
    Compact Computing (News, reviews, and info about tablets, notebooks, smartphones, and more). 🇺🇸 More info

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    Lilbits: Apple Intelligence skips the EU
    Earlier this month Apple unveiled some of the new AI features coming to its smartphones, tablets, and laptop and desktop computers. But it looks like not everyone will get these so-called “Apple Intelligence” features. We …
    By Brad Linder, 74 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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    List of Fallout Factions by Game
    One of the biggest decision players make during a Fallout playthrough is how to side with (or against) various factions present in the games. These factions often give the player a moral dilemma when deciding …
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  12. PlanB – Powered by tea
    Powered by tea. By Libby Miller. 🇬🇧 More info

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    LoRa Spectral Scan
    To answer my own question about LoRaWan Gateway not picking up general LoRa packets, I thought it might to be useful to get a utility in the gateway library called spectral scan working (see setup …
    By libbymiller, 499 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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    Ari Android Robot for STEM Education
    This is the Ozobot Ari: an Android Robot with a high resolution display that displays text, images and animations. It comes with various sensors, including an accelerometer, gyroscope and time of flight sensor. It comes …
    By robot man, 99 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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    Worknotes: Spring 2024
    A quarter has passed since the last worknotes; now’s a good time to reflect on what I’ve been up to. Lunar Energy Two pieces of work this quarter with the Design team at Lunar. I …
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