Join Hackaday Editor-in-Chief Elliot Williams and Managing Editor Tom Nardi as they review the most interesting hacks and stories of the previous week. This time we’ll start things off by
By Nicole Fallon | Published Oct 6, 2022 5:49 PM
A: When homeowners have to choose between a lukewarm or a boiling hot shower, they may need to take a l
As more of the world’s communication moves into the electronic realm, a casualty has come in the physical mail. Where once each new day might have brought with it a bulging mailbox, today
Today the Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI) team is thrilled to announce the public launch of the OONI Measurement Aggregation Toolkit (MAT)!
The MAT is a tool that enables y
BEIJING, Dec 17 (Reuters) - China will share data and samples from the moon obtained by its Chang'e 5 probe on the basis of international conventions though "unfortunate" U.S. res
The Onion Tau LiDAR Camera is a small, time-of-flight (ToF) based depth-sensing camera that looks and works a little like a USB webcam, but with a really big difference: frames from the Tau in
As a teacher, Kyle Casey Chu, 33, harbored reservations about sharing his sexual orientation with his students for many years. But the first time the San Francisco-based educator presented his d
Want to know how to measure resistance with a multimeter? This guide will teach you all about the basics.
Resistance is one of the most important values to be measured in electronics. For