These days, even really cheap microcontroller boards have options that will give you ethernet or wifi access. But what if you have an original Raspberry Pi Pico board and you really want to MacGyver yourself a network connection? You could do worse than check out this project by [holysnippet] thatContinue Reading

We love retrocomputing and tiny computers here at Hackaday, so it’s always nice to see projects that combine the two. [Eivind]’s TinyLlama lets you play DOS games on a board that fits in your hand. Using the 486 SOM from the 86Duino, the TinyLlama adds an integrated Crystal Semiconductor audioContinue Reading

Handheld consoles are always a tradeoff between portability and screen real estate. [Pavlo Khmel] felt that the Nintendo Switch erred too much on the side of portability, and built an extension to embiggen his Switch. (YouTube) [Khmel] repurposed a Dell XPS 12 LCD panel for the heart of this hackContinue 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