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Elevate your Raspberry Pi’s potential with 4 extensive eBooks & start building new projects like motion detectors! Just $19.99 instead of $123.98 (83% Off!) Over 1400 pages of content and awesome projects! What’s included: -Raspberry Pi for Secret Agents: Turn Your Raspberry Pi Into a Secret Agent Toolbox with These Exciting Projects -Raspberry Pi 3 […]

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The $80 Commodore 64 Mini Review!

The Commodore 64 was the home computer that dominated gaming in the 80s, and now, it is finally back in “mini” form with 64 games pre-installed for just $80. If you want to play some old titles that are not available on the C64 mini, you’re in luck: The newly released firmware update allows you […]

The History of the Mouse Cursor [Video]

The history of the humble mouse cursor by sound designer Michiel de Boer. [Posy | Via TA]

New Phone? New iPad? Manage & Transfer All of Your iOS Data (Like Photos & Music) Between Devices With iMazing 2 (Mac and PC)

iMazing calls itself the Swiss Army Knife of iPhone, iPad, and iPod management because it lets you truly manage your mobile data the way you want to. This all-purpose tool lets you easily browse and manage your backups, extract and print your text messages, drag and drop songs to your iPhone – all without jailbreaking […]

Michael Jackson’s Thriller Performed by a Hardware Orchestra [Video]

Watch as Paweł Zadrożniak’s Flopportron performs a geektastic version of Michael Jackson’s Thriller or a variety of computer peripherals, including scanners, hard drives, and floppy drives. [Paweł Zadrożniak]

The Evolution of Computer Motherboards: From 1990 to Today

PC motherboard technologies and developments from the early 1990s to the present day. For some, this will be pure retro computing nostalgia. For others, a peek into the history of the desktop PC. [xplainingComputers | Via BoingBoing]

The History Behind Ctrl+Alt+Del

We’ve only got one life to live, but thanks to three simple keystrokes, at least we can restart our PCs! This is the story of how one clever man created Control-Alt-Delete: a relatively tiny engineering tweak that changed IBM computers, and mortal existence as we know it. [Great Big Story]