netpipe April 2, 2021

Nano Patents and Innovations – Artificial Neuron Device Could Shrink Energy Use and Size of Neural Network Hardware

CBC | Canada News – 14 people are mapping Canada’s path to net-zero emissions — can they do it?

CBC | Canada News – CRA sending details of bank accounts to IRS that don’t have to be reported

Big Think – Is the Earth’s “heartbeat” of 7.83 Hz influencing human behavior?

Big Think – Mystery unsolved: ghost ships circling off California

Big Think – Is computer code a language or math? MIT study uses brain scans for answers

Big Think – New particle experiment goes against standard physics

Big Think – Nearly 3,000 shipping containers have fallen into the ocean since November

Big Think – Ancient physics: How Democritus predicted the atom

Hack a Day – Wooden You Love to Build a Ribbon Microphone?

Hack a Day – Surf’s Up, A Styrofoam Ball Rides the Waves to Create a Volumetric Display

Hack a Day – An Entire Game Inside of a Font

Hack a Day – A Hi-Fi Speaker from some Foil and Magnets

Hack a Day – 3D Printed Vortex Cooled Rocket Needs To Stop Leaking

Hack a Day – PCTG Filament Has Interesting Properties

Hack a Day – The Future’s so Bright, You Gotta Wear Arduglasses

Hack a Day – USB Comes to the ESP32

Hack a Day – Move Over Cesium Clock, Optical Clocks are Taking Over

Hack a Day – Raspberry Pi Zero Beams Back Video from 100,000 Feet

Hack a Day – Scratch-Built CO2 Laser Tube Kicks Off a Laser Cutter Build

Hack a Day – Mining Bitcoin On The Nintendo Game Boy

The Hacker News – Hackers Infecting Apple App Developers With Trojanized Xcode Projects

The Hacker News – WARNING: A New Android Zero-Day Vulnerability Is Under Active Attack

The Hacker News – OpenSSL Releases Patches for 2 High-Severity Security Vulnerabilities

The Hacker News – Apple Issues Urgent Patch Update for Another Zero‑Day Under Attack

The Hacker News – Watch Out! That Android System Update May Contain A Powerful Spyware

The Hacker News – New Bugs Could Let Hackers Bypass Spectre Attack Mitigations On Linux Systems

Hacker News – Designing a RISC-V CPU, Part 2: Successfully executing (some) instructions

Hacker News – Small, cheap spy satellites mean there’s no hiding place

Hacker News – The Raspberry Pi can boot off NVMe SSDs now

Hacker News – OAuth 2.0 Authentication Vulnerabilities

Hacker News – Box86 vs native: OpenGL is almost native, CPU bound 50%, SSE3 is slower

Hacker News – I reverse engineered the Raspberry Pi hardware

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