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Tag: Chip

DIY EPROM Coffee Table: Chip off the Old Block

DIY EPROM Coffee Table: Chip off the Old Block
Redditor DarrenDK’s EPROM coffee table can store lots of data, and it’s not harmed by ultraviolet light. It uses electricity not to store books and magazines but to keep the LEDs on its infinity mirror running.

Guy Inserts Computer into Arm with No Help from Doctors

Guy Inserts Computer into Arm with No Help from Doctors
Some guys are just super hardcore. Like Rambo hardcore. Able to stitch themselves up on the battlefield hardcore. Take this guy for instance. A man named Tim Cannon is a “biohacker,” and he had himself opened up and inserted a computer chip in his arm -with no doctor helping.
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SandForce Unveils New SSD Controller That Lets Your Ultrabook Run an Extra Hour

SandForce Unveils New SSD Controller That Lets Your Ultrabook Run an Extra Hour
Unless you’re a hardcore computer geek, you may not have any idea what an SSD controller actually is. Theses processors are used for connecting and communicating with today’s modern solid-state drives. One of the biggest companies that makes controllers for solid-state storage devices is SandForce and the company has announced a new family of controllers called the SF-2200/2100 Client Flash Storage Processors.

Embedding an RFID Transit Card Inside Your iPhone

Embedding an RFID Transit Card Inside Your iPhone
After seeing Dhani Sutanto from London embedding a RFID Transit Card into a ring, Becky from Adafruit thought that it would be a cool idea to try and embed one into her iPhone.

555 Timer Chip Footstool: IC Your Feet on It

555 Timer Chip Footstool: IC Your Feet on It
I really love the guys over at Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories. First off, they’ve got a great name. Second, they’re always coming up with fun and frivolous geek projects like this handy footstool – in the shape of the classic 555 timer chip.

Memjet Confirmed: Get Ready for Superfast Printing

Memjet Confirmed: Get Ready for Superfast Printing
The other day, I reported on a suspicious, but promising new technology that claimed to print up to 60 pages per minute. Well I’m happy to inform you that Memjet technology is for real. This new technology, developed by Silverbrook Research, will enable ridiculously fast desktop inkjet printers and could totally revolutionize the printing industry.
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