If you want to terrify your neighborhood this Halloween, you might go for the old standbys like skeletons or zombies. But you don’t have to go gory to find glory. Consider the talking doll.
Pwnagotchi is an A2C-based “AI” leveraging bettercap that learns from its surrounding WiFi environment in order to maximize the crackable WPA key material it captures (either passively, or by performing deauthentication and association attacks).
Ikea Tradfri LED power supply with wireless receiver. Lowest dim is 50usec with a 1kHz period. Low side switching on the +24V output.
Making a copy of a purchased game used to be as simple as copying a disk. As the game industry grew, so did fear of revenue loss which drove investment in countermeasures.
The Nintendo GameCube was the first console from Big N with disc-based media. Gone were the cartridges that were absurdly expensive to manufacture. In theory games could be cheaper (yeah, right), and would hold more textures, pictures, and video.
Being involved with retro computers, I have a few floppy disks (of the 3.5-inch variety) that I would like to preserve as faithfully as possible. Of course, I know there are dedicated devices for doing that, such as the Kryoflux or the SuperCard Pro.
Modern DDR3 SDRAM. Source: BY-SA/4.0 by Kjerish During my recent visit to the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, I found myself staring at some ancient magnetic core memory.
Recently, I have been working on my EFI GPT boot code and needed to update the image files. Throughout the years, I have made many utilities to create and/or modify various images and file formats.
The concept of creating a gaming portable out of a home console has been around for some time, but it’s hardly seen the other way around. There have been a few devices that dared to straddle the line (i.e., Sega Nomad, Nintendo Switch, etc.), but the two worlds typically remain separate.