New HackadayU Classes: Antenna Basics, Raspberry Pi Pico, and Designing Complex Geometry

Get ’em while they’re hot: a new session of HackadayU just opened with classes from three fantastic instructors and seats are filling up fast. Introduction to Antenna Basics — Instructor …read more Continue reading New HackadayU Classes: Antenna Basics, Raspberry Pi Pico, and Designing Complex Geometry

Zinc Fever: A Look at the Risks of Working with Hot Metal

For as raucous as things can get in the comments section of Hackaday articles, we really love the give and take that happens there. Our readers have an astonishing breadth …read more Continue reading Zinc Fever: A Look at the Risks of Working with Hot Metal

Hackaday Podcast 113: Python Switching to Match, a Magnetic Dyno, a Flying Dino, and a Spinning Sequencer

Hackaday editors Mike Szczys and Elliot Williams recap a week of great hacks. You won’t want to miss the dynamometer Leo Fernekes built to measure the power output of his …read more Continue reading Hackaday Podcast 113: Python Switching to Match, a Magnetic Dyno, a Flying Dino, and a Spinning Sequencer

This Week in Security: The Facebook Leak, The YouTube Leak, and File Type Confusion

Facebook had a problem, way back in the simpler times that was 2019. Something like 533 million accounts had the cell phone number associated with the account leaked. It’s making …read more Continue reading This Week in Security: The Facebook Leak, The YouTube Leak, and File Type Confusion

Electric Vehicle 1900’s Style: New Leases on Old Tech

Excited about your new electric vehicle? Thomas Edison would be, too. He tried to produce electric vehicles for Ford around 1900. Petroleum-based vehicles dashed his dreams of the electric car, …read more Continue reading Electric Vehicle 1900’s Style: New Leases on Old Tech