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    • Disk image

    • A Disk image, in computing, is a computer file containing the contents and structure of a disk volume or of an entire data storage device, such as a hard disk drive, tape drive, floppy disk, optical disc or USB flash drive. A disk image is usually made by creating a sector-by-sector copy of the source medium, thereby p ... Read »


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    • Gold Coast Techspace

    • The Gold Coast Techspace is a Makerspace/Hackerspace and education centre focusing on Electronics, computer programming, and 3D printing. It is currently located at the Mudgeeraba Old Post Office, Mudgeeraba, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. Gold Coast Techspace is a central component of the Gold Coast startup ecosy ... Read »


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    • Hacker

    • In computing, a hacker is any highly skilled computer expert capable of breaking into computer systems and networks using bugs and exploits. Depending on the field of computing it has slightly different meanings, and in some contexts has controversial moral and ethical connotations. In its original sense, the term refe ... Read »


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    • Hackers: Wizards of the Electronic Age

    • Hackers: Wizards of the Electronic Age is a 1985 TV documentary about the hacker community. The film includes footage of a hacker conference, and interviews with some of the programmers that created the personal computer revolution, including Bill Atkinson, Bill Budge, Doug Carlston, John Draper, Andrew Fluegelman, Le ... Read »


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    • Hackerspace

    • A hackerspace (also referred to as a hacklab, makerspace or hackspace) is a community-operated, often "Not For Profit" (501c3), workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, machining, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialize and collaborate. Hackerspaces have also bee ... Read »


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    • Hacking of consumer electronics

    • The hacking of consumer electronics is an increasingly common practice which users perform in order to customize and modify their devices beyond what is typically possible. This activity has a long history, dating from the days of early computer, programming, and electronics hobbyists. The most notable case of the hack ... Read »


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    • Hackteria

    • Hackteria designs were featured in the book Open-Source Lab by Joshua M. Pearce. SciDev reports that Hackteria is trying to change the way development is done with DIY.Wired highlighted a project inspired by Hackteria's earlier prototypes on mobile labs to create the Darwin Toolbox: the portable DIY biotechnology lab-i ... Read »


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    • IOS jailbreaking

    • iOS jailbreaking is the removing of software restrictions imposed by iOS, Apple's mobile operating system, on devices running it through the use of software exploits. These devices are the iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and the AppleTV 2 and 4. Jailbreaking permits root access to the iOS file system, allowing the downloadin ... Read »


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    • Life hack

    • Life hack (or life hacking) refers to any trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method that increases productivity and efficiency, in all walks of life. The term was primarily used by computer experts who suffer from information overload or those with a playful curiosity in the ways they can accelerate their workflow in w ... Read »


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    • List of hackers

    • Here is a list of notable hackers who are known for their hacking acts. ... Read »


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    • Media Descriptor File

    • Media Descriptor File (MDF) is a proprietary disc image file format developed for Alcohol 120%, an optical disc authoring program. Daemon Tools, MagicISO, PowerDVD, and WinCDEmu can also read the MDF format. A disc image is a computer file replica of the computer files and file system of an optical disc. Unlike an ISO ... Read »


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    • OBDuino

    • OBDuino is an open source trip computer design based on the Arduino platform. An OBDuino may be assembled and customised by an electronics hobbyist; it displays information such as instantaneous fuel economy (e.g. miles per gallon, L/100 km or kilometres per litre), engine tuning parameters etc. on an LCD. OBDuino ... Read »


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    • Open-source computing hardware

    • Open-source computing hardware are computer systems or elements with open design—designed as open-source hardware, using open-source principles. The following is a list of open-source hardware projects that includes computer systems and components. There are several "open-source hardware" CPUs, typically imp ... Read »


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    • List of open-source hardware projects

    • This is a list of open-source hardware projects, including computer systems and components, cameras, radio, telephony, science education, machines and tools, robotics, renewable energy, home automation, medical and biotech, automotive, prototyping, test equipment, and musical instruments. See List of home automation s ... Read »


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    • Proto BuildBar

    • Proto BuildBar is a privately owned commercial makerspace and café located in Dayton, Ohio. It is possibly the first public makerspace/restaurant to open in the United States. ... Read »


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    • ROM hacking

    • ROM hacking is the process of modifying a ROM image (usually of a video game) to alter the game's graphics, dialogue, levels, gameplay, and/or other elements. This is usually done by technically inclined video game fans to breathe new life into a cherished old game, as a creative outlet, or to make essentially new unof ... Read »


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    • SAPO Codebits

    • SAPO Codebits was an annual hackathon held in Portugal, organized and sponsored by SAPO, that ran from 2007 to 2014. The event lasted three days, ran 24 hours a day and included talks, a programming contest and several satellite activities. It was free for attendees. The event took place over three whole days. T ... Read »


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    • Shoulder surfing (computer security)

    • In computer security, shoulder surfing is a type of social engineering technique used to obtain information such as personal identification number, password and other confidential data by looking over the victim's shoulder. This attack can be performed either from a closer range by directly looking over the victim's sh ... Read »


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    • Smart cow problem

    • The smart cow problem is the concept that, when a group of individuals is faced with a technically difficult task, only one of their members has to solve it. When the problem has been solved once, an easily repeatable method may be developed, allowing the less technically proficient members of the group to accomplish t ... Read »


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    • Software cracking

    • Software cracking (known as "breaking" in the 1980s) is the modification of software to remove or disable features which are considered undesirable by the person cracking the software, especially copy protection features (including protection against the manipulation of software, serial number, hardware key, date check ... Read »


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    • Undubbing

    • Undubbing is a type of video game hacking, which involves modifying the contents of an officially localized video game to match the audio and voice acting to its country of origin while retaining the translated text of the country in which it has been localized. A typical candidate for an undub is a Japanese game whic ... Read »


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    • Xinchejian

    • Xinchejian (Mandarin: 新车间; pinyin: xÄ«n chē jiān) is the first hackerspace in China. It was founded in 2010 by David Li, Ricky Ng-Adam, and Min Lin Hsieh in Shanghai, inspired by hackerspaces in the West and the Shanzhai culture of China. Xinchejian is registered as a company, but is run as a non ... Read »


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