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The 6502 Watch, Because Someone Had To Make One

Author: Brian Benchoff / Source: Hackaday We are very familiar with retrocomputers, and if you want you too can build a computer that could have been made in the late ’70s on a breadboard. Just grab your CPU of choice, add some RAM, some ROM, a ton of jumper wires, and give it some way to talk to

Add A Host Of 8-Bit Processors To Your Arduino

Author: Jenny List / Source: Hackaday Normally when we bring you news of a retrocomputing design, it will centre around a single processor. At its heart will be a 6502, a Z80, or perhaps a 6809. There will be a host of support chips, some memory as RAM or ROM, and a bunch of interfaces. [Erturk

Rad-Hard ARM Microcontrollers, Because Ceramic Components Are Just Cooler

Author: Brian Benchoff / Source: Hackaday If you’re building a cubesat, great, just grab a microcontroller off the shelf, you probably don’t need to worry about radiation hardening. If you’re building an experiment for the ISS, just use any old microcontroller. Deep space? That’s a little harder,

How Intel’s Newest Product Enhancements Could Redefine the Future of Infrastructure Design

Author: Enrico Signoretti / Source: Gigaom On the 2nd of April, at their Data Centric Innovation Day, Intel announced a slew of new products, including brand spanking new ones as well as updates to existing product line-ups. There was some news for everybody – whether your specific interests are

Hacking 16GB into an Old PC That Doesn’t Want That Much

Author: Al Williams / Source: Hackaday From the title, you might think this post is going to be some lame story about someone plugging in some RAM and maybe updating a BIOS. That’s where you’d be wrong. [Downtown Doug Brown] has a much more interesting and instructive story. [Doug] found his

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