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Category: Computing

SD Card Hack Shows Flash Storage Is Programmable: Unreliable Memory

SD Card Hack Shows Flash Storage Is Programmable: Unreliable Memory
Ever wonder why SD cards are dirt cheap? At the 2013 Chaos Computer Congress, a hacker going by the moniker Bunnie recently revealed part of the reason: “In reality, all flash memory is riddled with defects…
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ZX Spectrum Bluetooth Keyboard: Basic Function

ZX Spectrum Bluetooth Keyboard: Basic Function
A couple of years ago the Commodore 64 was reborn with upgraded specs (although the company behind it seems to have folded now). This year it’s the Sinclair ZX Spectrum’s turn to get an update. Actually…
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LEGO Macintosh Doubles as iPad Dock

LEGO Macintosh Doubles as iPad Dock
I haven’t had an original Macintosh on my desk in years, but I always thought about buying a used one. But now that I’ve seen this LEGO version, I think I’d rather have one of these.…
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Walking in a Wireless Wonderland

Walking in a Wireless Wonderland
The holidays are upon us and it's time to hunker down and get our shopping done. But there are so many choices in the market these days, it's hard to decide what to buy. We're here to help, with a list of 10 gadget gifts which not only are great on their own, but help cut the cord, and move us towards a truly wireless world.
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Gigs 2 Go Tear-Off USB Drives Now on Kickstarter: Pledge 2 Get

Gigs 2 Go Tear-Off USB Drives Now on Kickstarter: Pledge 2 Get
Earlier this year we learned about Gigs 2 Go, a concept for a credit card-sized pack of flash drives that you can “tear and share.” Inventors Kurt Rampton and BOLTgroup seem to have figured out how…
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AirTame Wireless HDMI Dongle: I Stream, You Stream, We All Stream

AirTame Wireless HDMI Dongle: I Stream, You Stream, We All Stream
Most computers nowadays have HDMI ports that let you beam your display to a TV, monitor or projector using an HDMI cable. But what if you could do that wirelessly? And what if you could send…
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Datamancer Keyboard Benefit Auction: RIP, Richard Nagy

Datamancer Keyboard Benefit Auction: RIP, Richard Nagy
We here at Technabob are big fans of Richard “Datamancer” Nagy, the craftsman responsible for high quality steampunk computers and accessories. Sadly Datamancer passed away earlier this week. While that may be stunning news to his…
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KANO KIT DIY Computer: A Computer So Simple, Anyone Can Assemble It

KANO KIT DIY Computer: A Computer So Simple, Anyone Can Assemble It
The Raspberry Pi computing platform definitely has some interesting applications. This project is no exception, because it will allow users of all ages and experience to assemble a DIY computer. A Raspberry Pi is used as…
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Palette Modular Hardware Interface: Control Your Controls

Palette Modular Hardware Interface: Control Your Controls
The ol’ keyboard and mouse combo have proven nearly as versatile as personal computers themselves, but there are still cases when a more responsive or intuitive physical interface is needed. For example, many musicians today use…
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Happy Hour Virus: Book of E-lies

Happy Hour Virus: Book of E-lies
Ad agency TDA_Boulder came up with Happy Hour Virus, a website that fakes computer problems. The idea is that you’ll be able to use the “problem” as an excuse to leave work. I don’t think it…
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Google Glass Alternate User Interface Hacks: More than Okay Glass

Google Glass Alternate User Interface Hacks: More than Okay Glass
Because of its size and form, Google Glass has a limited – albeit seemingly capable – user interface: touch gestures, head gestures and voice commands. Even though Glass’ display is visible at all times, there are…
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Nissan 3E Augmented Reality Glasses: Drive Like a Cyborg

Nissan 3E Augmented Reality Glasses: Drive Like a Cyborg
I find that receiving too much information while I’m driving can be a major distraction, but I guess that Nissan thinks that Japanese drivers can handle it. They’ve just unveiled their own augmented reality glasses which…
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inFORM Dynamic Shape Display: Display See, Display Do

inFORM Dynamic Shape Display: Display See, Display Do
The touchscreen and app combo of today’s mobile devices makes one gadget act as many. Different apps display different interfaces, and the touchscreen lets you interact with those interfaces in a natural manner. But what if,…
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iMirror Interactive Mirror: Project Glass

iMirror Interactive Mirror: Project Glass
Remember Corning’s glass-filled vision of the future? A company called Posh View was inspired by the Gorilla Glass maker’s concept video and is trying to make one of the devices in that video real. Posh View’s…
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Disappointed There’s No Gold iPad Air or Mini Yet? Gold Genie Has You Covered

Disappointed There’s No Gold iPad Air or Mini Yet? Gold Genie Has You Covered
The new gold iPhone 5S seems to be harder to get than any other iPhone, but if you love that color, you’ll enjoy these golden iPads. For those of you who absolutely need to match everything,…
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Mini Atari 2600 and Commodore 64 LEGO Kits: 8-Bit Bricks

Mini Atari 2600 and Commodore 64 LEGO Kits: 8-Bit Bricks
Now that he’s conquered the world of tiny LEGO Macintosh and iMac computers, LEGO builder Chris McVeigh (aka Powerpig) has headed further backwards in time to create LEGO kit versions of the Atari 2600 and C64…
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