Host of the Soldersmoke podcast, [Bill Meara], contributed this guest post. While the rest of the world is moving toward high speed broadband, some hamsincluding one Nobel Prize winnerare going in exactly the opposite direction.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.02.22 at 16:10
When we first saw [Chris Paget]’s cloning video, our reaction was pretty ‘meh’. We’d seen RFID cloning before and the Mifare crack was probably the last time RFID was actually interesting.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.02.16 at 20:30
[tnkgrl] has concluded her Sony Vaio P by adding GSM support. We covered the switch to XP earlier, but this should work on Vista too. The Vaio P is sold in the US with support for Verizon’s EVDO wireless broadband, but it uses the same hardware as the European model that uses GSM.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.02.13 at 15:24
Many G1/ADP1 owners have been using the app Tetherbot to get internet access on their laptop via USB to the phone’s data connection. The app relied on the Android Debug Bridge to forward ports.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.02.10 at 20:25
In our house, we haven't had cable tv for about 6 years. When we moved in, there was an antenna on the roof and coax cable to a bunch of locations where tvs could go.
Via Makezine | Posted on 2009.02.09 at 03:40
[Aki] had a broken TAC-2 joystick that was just begging for some new and improved use. Since it was the cable that was broken, [Aki] had the idea to make it wireless.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.02.04 at 15:57
Since our last post about his WiFi Streaming Radio Project, [Jeff] has been hard at work to release part 8 of the project where he adds tuning control to the radio.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.02.03 at 22:22
[les robots] had a defective Eye-Fi card on his hands and when a replacement was sent, he was told to destroy the original. What better way to ‘destroy’ something than opening the case? The Eye-Fi is an SD card with a builtin WiFi radio so it can upload images while remaining in camera.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.02.01 at 19:52
Tetherbot is a SOCKS proxy for the T-Mobile G1. Using this tool, you should be able to connect your laptop to the internet using your phone's data connection.
Via | Posted on 2009.02.01 at 04:53
TEMPEST is the covername used by the NSA and other agencies to talk about emissions from computing machinery that can divulge what the equipment is processing.
Via Hack a Day | Posted on 2009.01.25 at 22:00