Cerabyte: One Terabyte Per Square Centimeter

Most of us will at one point have run out of storage and either had Read More →

Thin Client Wysens up to Become OpenWrt Router

For some of us, unused hardware lying around just calls to be used. It seems Read More →

This RISC-V CPU Games in Rust from Inside the Game

[Xander Naumenko] has created something truly impressive — a working RISC-V CPU completely contained in Read More →

GLASNOST is a Computer That Makes Transparency A Priority

We live in a world where most of us take the transistor for granted. Within Read More →

Ecological System Dynamics for Computing

Some of you may remember that the ship’s computer on Star Trek: Voyager contained bioneural Read More →

Intel to Ship Quantum Chip

In a world of 32-bit and 64-bit processors, it might surprise you to learn that Read More →

Your iPhone Can’t Do What This WinCE Device Can!

Most of us probably now have a smartphone, an extremely capable pocket computer — even Read More →

Here’s How To Build a Tiny Compiler From Scratch

Believe it or not, building a tiny compiler from scratch can be as fun as Read More →

Minimal USB Device Connects With Just a Couple of Resistors

If you’re like most of us, your basic approach to building something boils down to: Read More →

Can You Use A POST Card With A Modern BIOS?

[Alessandro Carminati] spends the day hacking Linux kernels, and to such an end needed a Read More →

Jet Engine Tachometer Turned into Unique CPU Utilization Meter

When you’ve got a piece of interesting old aviation hardware on your desk, what do Read More →

PCIe For Hackers: The Diffpair Prelude

PCIe, also known as PCI-Express, is a highly powerful interface. So let’s see what it Read More →

Surfing the Web Like it’s 1978 — Carbonyl

[Fathy] gets a kick out of doing odd things with Chromium, and Carbonyl is a Read More →

That Old ThinkPad Needs an Open Source 2.5″ IDE SSD

So you fancy yourself a FOSS devotee, do you? Running GNU/Linux on your old ThinkPad, Read More →

Mouse Enjoys Its Freedom

Although it took a little while to standardize on the two-button-with-scroll-wheel setup, most computers have Read More →

An (Almost) Single-Chip Apple IIe

The Apple II is one of the most iconic microcomputers, and [James Lewis] decided to Read More →

The Coleman Z80 is a Modern Take on a 1970s Computer

[Joshua Coleman] likes to design his own computers. Sometimes, that means drawing up bus architectures,  Read More →

Clean Slate is a Vintage Amplifier-Inspired PC

Hacks that bring a vintage flair to modern electronics never get old, and [Jeffrey Stephenson] Read More →