This adorable 1-inch HDMI monitor doesn’t need a power supply

As small as an HDMI monitor gets. Read more at Ars Technica…

Bill Sideris’ Ljinux puts “a Linux Written in Python” onto your Raspberry Pi Pico’s RP2040

“Do not take this project seriously,” its creator warns. “This is not a real OS/Linux distribution,…

Raspberry Pi And The Story Of SD Card Corruption

Tales of Raspberry Pi SD card corruption are available online by the fistful, and are definitely…

Avoid Repetitive Strain Injury With Machine Learning – And Pikachu

The humble mouse has been an essential part of the desktop computing experience ever since the…

No Privacy: Cloning The AirTag

You’ve probably heard of the infamous rule 34, but we’d like to propose a new rule…

Raspberry Pi Pico Powers Chip Glitch Injector

Zap and exploit Read more at Tom’s Hardware…

This Awesome ESP32 Desktop Widget Packs in Everything But the Kitchen Sink!

Keep an eye on the time, weather and surrounding air quality at your desk with this…

ESP32 Pretends To Be GPU; Gives You A Ransomware Scare

Sometimes a piece of hardware meets a prank idea, and that’s how the fun Hackaday articles…

ThunderScope, the Open Source Software-Defined Oscilloscope, Is Coming to Crowd Supply

Up to 350 MHz analog bandwidth with 1 GaSa/s sample rate streamed to a PC at…

How to Build an E-Paper To-Do List with Raspberry Pi

Set up a simple screen that tracks our tasks. Read more at Tom’s Hardware…

PS5 Exploit: Fail0verflow show decrypted PS5 firmware files (they already have the PS5 keys???) – Wololo.net

What a day for the PS5 scene! After TheFloW shared what appears to be a PS5…

You can now, technically, build your own USB-C iPhone

Not for the faint of heart Read more at The Verge…