2015 Hackaday Prize: Build something that matters, We send you to space

HackADay just launched the 2015 Hackaday Prize, a competition to get Hackers building real products to make a better world: Want to go to Space or grab $196,883? How does $100k and a 6-month residency sound? These and hundreds of other prizes await those who build some that matters. Full details and how to enter: hackaday.io/prize […]

SatNOGs wins the 2014 Hackaday Prize

Today Hackaday announce the 5 top winners!  SatNOGs wins the 2014 Hackaday Prize: The Grand Prize winner of the 2014 Hackaday Prize is SatNOGs. The project is a thrilling example of the benefits of a connected world. It opens up the use of satellite data to a much wider range of humanity by providing plans to build […]

The Hackaday Prize: Two days left to get your rear launched into space!

HackADay’s make open hardware / get your butt launched into space contest has two days left. Get that project posted now! Ian will be one of the Judges, along with Bunnie, Lady Ada, and a bunch of great open hardware hackers: Sure, the procrastinators out there will probably hold out another day (or two), but we […]

Mill CPU interview on Hackaday

Interview: New Mill CPU Architecture Explanation for Humans: Hackaday had an amazing opportunity to sit down with [Ivan Godard] who discussed the Mill CPU development which his company — Out of the Box Computing — has been working on for about a decade. The driving force behind Mill development is that optimizations to existing architectures […]