Monthly Archives: October 2019

DIY Arduino Battery Capacity Tester – V2.0

//>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>// ARDUINO BATTERY CAPACITY TESTER //Version-2.0 //by deba168,INDIA // The code is taken from Hesam Moshiri ( https://www.pcbway.com/blog/technology/Battery_ca&#8230; ) //Dated : 20/10/2019 //>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> #include <JC_Button.h>#include <Adafruit_SSD1306.h>#define SCREEN_WIDTH 128 // OLED display width, in pixels#define SCREEN_HEIGHT 64 // OLED display height, … Continue reading

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Mozilla WebThings: An Open Platform For Building IoT Devices

Mozilla recently officially released their IoT platform. This framework comes with “Gateway” software that can run on a Raspberry Pi and a framework that can run on any number of devices. As we’ve seen, IoT is a dubious prospect for … Continue reading

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Solenoid Engine Adds Three “Pistons”

The earliest piston engines typically had only one cylinder, and at best, produced horsepower measured in single digits. But once you have a working engine, it’s a relatively short step to adding cylinders and increasing the power output. [Emiel] made … Continue reading

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Dark Chocolate Whiskey Truffle Decadence

Learned making homemade chocolate truffles from watching a cooking show called “How to Cook like Heston”. Did I end up cooking like this World’s renowned Michelin-starred Chef? Haha, that’s embarrassing. It’s not too smart to compare creatures from two different … Continue reading

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Wall-mounted world map shines brightly with fiber optics

Apparently not content with looking at a map in a book or on a computer screen, YouTuber ShareAHack.com decided to CNC cut and mount a projection of the world onto his apartment’s wall!  The build was completed in sections and … Continue reading

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Google made thousands of deepfakes to aid detection efforts

Google has released a data set of thousands of deepfake videos that it produced using paid, consenting actors in order to help researchers in the ongoing work of coming up with detection methods. In order for researchers to train and … Continue reading

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“Staggering” Increase in Business Email Compromise–aka CEO Fraud

Mimecast’s quarterly Email Security Risk Assessment (ESRA) identified millions of dangerous emails making it through security filters, including a 269% increase in business email compromise (BEC) attacks compared to the previous quarter. Mimecast detected 28 million spam emails and nearly … Continue reading

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