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Instagram (Finally) Adds a Mute Feature

Instagram (Finally) Adds a Mute Feature

Source: New York Times TFW bad posts are clogging up your feed. The new mute feature will help! Instagram announced Tuesday that it would add a mute feature to its service, allowing users to ignore certain accounts without unfollowing (and potentially alienating)...

Bringing a VIC-20 Back from an Oily Grave

Bringing a VIC-20 Back from an Oily Grave

Author: Dan Maloney / Source: Hackaday No matter which platform you’re into, retrocomputing is usually a labor of love. The obsolete, the unpopular, the downright weird – old computers of every stripe are found, restored to something like their former glory,...

NASA Remotely Hacks Curiosity’s Rock Drill

NASA Remotely Hacks Curiosity’s Rock Drill

Author: Al Williams / Source: Hackaday We have a lot of respect for the hackers at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). When their stuff has a problem, it is often millions of miles away and yet they often find a way to fix it anyway. Case in point is the...

Using TensorFlow To Recognize Your Own Objects

Using TensorFlow To Recognize Your Own Objects

Author: Steven Dufresne / Source: Hackaday When the time comes to add an object recognizer to your hack, all you need do is choose from many of the available ones and retrain it for your particular objects of interest. To help with that, [Edje Electronics]...

ESP32 Boards With Displays: An Overview

ESP32 Boards With Displays: An Overview

Author: Al Williams / Source: Hackaday The ESP8266 has become practically the 555 chip of WiFi connected microcontrollers. Traditionally, you’d buy one on a little breakout board with some pins and a few connectors, and then wire up anything else you need....

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