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Build Your Own Import Variable Lab Bench Power Supply

Does it ever just kill you that someone in a factory somewhere got to have all the fun of assembling your bench tools? There are a lot of questionable circuit boards floating around the Internet, and they can replicate practically any section of a circuit. Show More Summary

Google’s new Pixels will be the fastest Android phones of all time

Nearly all the high-end smartphones we're expecting this year are already here, but there’s one more family of devices that we’re anxious to see in stores. The Galaxy Note 7 and iPhone 7 are already official, with the former dealing with a massive recall and the latter nearing its in-store launch. Show More Summary

Get 3 years of secure browsing with Privatoria VPN for just $29

Hacking threats are growing more sophisticated each day, and it’s getting harder to cover our virtual butts online. That’s why Privatoria VPN is a must-have in today’s internet climate., and BGR readers can get three years of ultimate web security for just $29. Privatoria isn’t your average VPN. Show More Summary

Hackaday Links: September 11, 2016

You know about the Hackaday Superconference, right? It’s the greatest hardware con ever, and it’s happening on November 5+6. Details incoming shortly. The Hackaday Retro Edition exists. It’s the Hackaday blog, HTML-1-izized for weird and old computers? Why did I do this? Because Google is the quickest page to load on a Powerbook 180. Show More Summary

Building An Electric Longboard From Scratch

Step one to most electric longboard builds is typically the acquisition of a foot operated longboard, with step two being the purchase of a ready-made motor bracket to electro-convert the strenuous vehicle. Not so [Matt Carl’s] scratch-built...Show More Summary

Take In Every Little Detail of This Melting Flat Screen TV

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

With technologies’ trend toward sleek design and invisible components, it’s easy to forget that there are still a lot of little layers, pieces and ports on a modern flat screen. That is until you watch them up close and on fire. So go ahead, let the folks from Let’s Melt This burn that reminder into your memory by checking out this melting TV. Read more...

Steve Jobs’ thoughts on ‘courage’ help explain why Apple removed the iPhone 7’s headphone jack

During Apple's iPhone 7 introduction, Apple executive Phil Schiller said that Apple's decision to remove the tried and true 3.5mm headphone jack could be summed up in one word: courage. "Now some people have asked why we would remove the analog headphone jack from the iPhone," Schiller said. Show More Summary

11 new movie trailers you need to watch from this past week

The iPhone 7 may be the biggest thing happening in tech this week, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have new movie trailers to check out. In fact, there are 11 new clips you should see, including trailers that are our first glimpse atShow More Summary

Giant-Scale Physical Pong

At first, we thought we were having deja vu, but then we saw this video embedded below. [Thijs Eerens] is a creative technologist (dare we say, a “hacker”?) who builds giant-scale games for a living. For the Lowlands festival in theShow More Summary

NES Zapper: Improved with Lasers

The Zapper gun from the original Nintendo was ahead of its time. That time, though, was around 30 years ago and the iconic controller won’t even work with most modern televisions. With a little tinkering they can be made to work, but if you want to go in a different direction they can be made to do all kinds of other things, too. Show More Summary

Honda's Iconic Cog Ad, Re-Made With Non-Genuine Parts

Remember Honda’s iconic Cog ad, from over a decade ago? Honda has re-made that ad, showing what it might have been if knock-off parts were used. The results are… predictable. More »      

Save over 30% on a Karma Go hotspot and 50GB of data

Browsing online using our phone’s data isn’t ideal. While it gets the job done, our phone batteries drain fast and data plans get pricey. That’s why getting the Karma Go Hotspot is a smarter move. This mobile hotspot lets you create a private WiFi network anywhere, and for a limited time it’s on sale for only $199. Show More Summary

Stephen Colbert perfectly parodies Apple’s iPhone 7 event

On Wednesday morning, Apple took the stage in San Francisco to unveil the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Although countless leaks had spoiled virtually every feature coming to the new model, thousands and thousands of smartphone users...Show More Summary

Everything you need to know about Apple’s crazy new AirPods

As part of Apple's all-encompassing push to eliminate wires, and to perhaps justify its removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack, the company yesterday unveiled a brand new wireless headphone product called AirPods. Jam packed with a custom...Show More Summary

Crazy Aussies Built a Slip N Slide as Long as a Football Field

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Every year Paul Borrud builds a massive homebrew Slip N Slide to help celebrate Australia Day, which falls on January 26. (Remember, it’s summer there.) This year’s effort measured almost 330-feet long and ended in a billabong that wasn’t quite large enough to contain most riders as they came rocketing down the slope. Show More Summary

Ducklings Raised by Remote

We’re not sure that it’s absolutely necessary to raise ducks using a remote-control animatronic duck decoy, but people have stranger hobbies. This YouTube video (embedded below) from [Imaginative Guy] chronicles an impressive feat of RC animatronics, sparing no effort to make the RC duck “parents” realistic. Show More Summary

Watch the full first episode of Donald Glover’s FX show ‘Atlanta’ for free

Last night, Community's Donald Glover returned to television in a big way. Not only is Glover starring in the new FX dramedy Atlanta — he also created it and serves as one of the show's executive producers. Following in the footsteps...Show More Summary

Gizmodo's Static Podcast: That Time Mike From Breaking Bad Lost His Emmy Tickets

Spontaneous human combustion, backseat gamers, is it legal to burn the Australian Flag, plus we answer your question: Will voice control lead to the end of the hands-on experience? Plus we interview Jonathon Banks, AKA Mike from Breaking...Show More Summary

Watch Apple’s newest iPhone 7, Apple Watch Series 2 and AirPods video ads

Apple's special media event is a wrap and, as anticipated, it was chock-full of interesting product announcements. On the hardware side, we of course saw the introduction of the Apple Watch Series 2 and the iPhone 7, but we also saw a few surprises as well. Show More Summary

Water-Cooled LED Light

[Matt] wanted to drive a Yuji LED array. The LED requires 30 V and at 100 watts, it generates a lot of heat. He used a Corsair water cooling system made for a CPU cooler to carry away the heat. The parts list includes a microphone gooseneck, a boost converter, a buck converter (for the water cooler) and custom-made brackets (made from MDF). Show More Summary

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