Hackaday has been around long enough to see incredible changes in what’s possible at the hobbyist level. The tools, techniques, and materials available today border on science-fiction compared to what the average individual had access to even just a decade ago. On a day to day basis, that’s manifested itselfContinue Reading

Folding phones are all the rage these days, with many of the major smartphone manufacturer’s having something in this form factor. Apple has been conspicuously absent in this market segment, so [KJMX] decided to take matters into their own hands with the “iPhone V.” (YouTube – Chinese w/subtitles via MacRumors).Continue Reading


Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk at the SpaceX launch facility in south Texas on February 10, 2022. | Jonathan Newton/Washington Post via Getty Images The conversation provides the most detail yet about Musk’s plans to change the social media company. On Thursday morning, Elon Musk addressed Twitter employees forContinue Reading


For many months now, Google let us test a big quarterly update that would eventually turn into the June Pixel Feature Drop. It arrived via Android Beta program beginning in March and is on the 3rd beta at the moment. During testing, it lacked the “feature” part of the FeatureContinue Reading


The inside of an IBM System One quantum computer. | Bryan Walsh/Vox Qubits, decoherence, and superposition: a guide to the weird and revolutionary world of quantum computers. A few weeks ago, I woke up unusually early in the morning in Brooklyn, got in my car, and headed up the HudsonContinue Reading