The O.MG cable is a $119 iPhone cable with a dirty secret: embedded inside it is a web server and keylogger that can literally steal the keystrokes right from your computer.(more…)
I’m in love. The Dream Arcades Magic Arcade is that good. It’s a $999 DIY arcade cabinet with two controllers and a rollerball that can play any game ever, within reason. It is a font of joy, a source of fun, and it’s a great product from folks who have been building these things for years.
Yeah. You can say I’m stoked.(more…)
There are keyboards and then there are mechanical keyboards. Mechanicals are clacky monstrosities that sound like jet planes taking off in Zoom calls and they make you seem like a real hacker. So when you can grab one for $79 why not jump at the chance?(more…)
This is a bit esoteric but it’s really important. Imagine you’re building a DIY sprinkler system or a fun kids toy and you need a lot of really smart chips. You could use something like the Arduino or a super small Raspberry Pi but what if you could just slap in a super-powerful chip for a mere $1 and go on with your life?(more…)
When it comes to keyboards, mechanical keyboards tend to get all of the attention and love. And sure, I can’t fault anyone for that. I mean, the tactile feel of a mechanical is certainly sublime. However, if you want something that’s quieter, has a similar feel to your laptop keyboard, or just want something more affordable, that’s right where the Logitech K380 can fit in.(more…)
A viral video of a lawyer on a zoom call appeared, showing a judge, opposing counsel, and a lawyer as a cat. “I’m here live, Judge. I’m not a cat,” the lawyer said.
He was absolutely frustrated by the cat filter, and the judge’s attempts to help him remove the filter. “I’m prepared to go forward with it,” the lawyer said, in a way that recalls Larry David / Arrested Development script-writing.
But that’s not important here. What’s important here is, how can we get that cat?(more…)
As for myself, I’ve never actually built anything with a Raspberry Pi. Frankly, it’s been years since I’ve built any computer (as a point of reference, my last build was in the days of the game City of Heroes). That said, I still understand the need for cooling – and that’s why the Smart Fan for Raspberry Pi seems like a solid idea.(more…)