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Booking a reservation through Seated will give you Lyft credits

Most ride-hailing and restaurant partnerships like UberEATS were designed to deliver you food, but Lyft’s new collaboration is the other way around. The ride-hailing firm is now a reward option for Seated, a restaurant discovery app for iOS and Android … Continue reading

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Science has a solution for that constant ringing in your ear

Apparently, around 2 million Americans can’t work because of tinnitus, and it’s also the most common service-connected disability in veterans. The condition doesn’t have a cure yet, but those suffering from it might not have to endure all the phantom … Continue reading

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Homeland Security Thinks DJI Is Using Its Drones to Spy on America

Screenshot: FX Various members of the Trump administration, including the president himself, are famous for buying into crazy conspiracy theories. Now, the Los Angeles office of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has come up with a whopper of … Continue reading

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Tensorflow Tutorial Uses Python

Around the Hackaday secret bunker, we’ve been talking quite a bit about machine learning and neural networks. There’s been a lot of renewed interest in the topic recently because of the success of TensorFlow. If you are adept at Python … Continue reading

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Medieval city plan generator

The Medieval city generator does just that, with the right balance of abstraction and detail to give your imagination space to put it to good use. (previously) This application generates a random medieval city layout of a requested size. The … Continue reading

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ESP8266 Home Monitor Is Stylishly Simplistic

It’s often said that “Less is More”, and we think that the chic ESP8266 environmental monitor posted by Thingiverse user [bkpsu] definitely fits the bill. Dubbed “Kube”, the device is a 3D printed white cube with an OLED display in the … Continue reading

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Fluid Simulations in the Kitchen Sink

In an age of ultra-powerful GPUs and cheap processors, computational techniques which were once only available to those with a government-sized R&D budgets are now available to the everyday hacker. An example of industry buzzword turned desktop software is the … Continue reading

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