LCD and OLED – being far from perfect, there is still plenty of room in the market for the Next Big Thing. One of the ...
Conventional batteries have anodes and cathodes, but a new design from the University of Chicago and the University of ...
Apple as a company, has staked most of its future around being a “walled garden” where it controls everything from the hardware up through the user experience. In some ways this is good for ...
The late 1990s saw the widespread introduction of solid-state storage based around NAND Flash. Ranging from memory cards for ...
Sometimes you spend so much time building and operating your nuclear fusor that you neglect the creature comforts, like a ...
There’s nothing more guaranteed to excite a grizzled old railway enthusiast than the sight of a steam locomotive. The ...
Crimp connectors provide an easy and convenient way to connect electronics while still allowing for them to be removed and swapped without having to reach for a soldering iron and desoldering wick.
When we talk about keyboards that do it all, we usually mean either big ones with lots of keys and doodads like rotary ...
The smell of resin SLA printing is like the weather — everybody complains about it, but nobody does anything about it. At ...
The big news this week was that OpenSSH has an unauthorized Remote Code Execution exploit. Or more precisely, it had one that ...
On the one hand, we were impressed that a tiny Brother label maker actually uses CUPS to support printing. Like [Sdomi], we ...
If you’re designing a universal port, you will be expected to provide power. This was a lesson learned in the times of LPT ...