This is an unbelievably cool application for the Raspberry PI: Emulate a 68040 that is super powerful compared to what was available in the eighties, and connect it to a Commodore Amiga. Throw in USB bridge, SCSI, etc.
ArsTechnica examines the tricks used by the screen on Google's Nexus One phone, its pros, cons, and whether their resolution claims are legit.
A wiki with many many connectors, cables and adapters pinouts.
If you can't think of a reason to check it out, then you are not a (true) engineer.
Ben Heckendorn, famous for making all sorts of crazy mods, has published his latest: A Commodore64 laptop. I remember what the portable Commodore64 looked like in the eighties and first learned to program on a Commodore64 so the nostalgia factor is high on this one.
Retro, geeky, and stylish.
Another e-ink application
Undocumented mexican kids beat MIT students in robot competition.
Make your own pocket-sized iPod speakers... MacGyver style.
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