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Wed, Oct 7, 2015 01:00 PM

Are you feeling trouble to charge your smartphone during load shedding or long trip?Don’t worry. Today,I’m going to demonstrate you a easy technique to build a low cost & effective 100% working charger.You might charge your smartphone by using 12V SLA car battery or any power sources of voltage range between 9-12V DC/AC.Well,I have developed a new circuit which is able to charge your smartphone without any fears & risks.You might find lots of circuits of cellphone charger by using SLA battery while doing Google but I wanna tell you people that most of them may not work for your smartphone. 783 more words

Science & Technology

Walton-Deitrick Marketing Presents... SnapPower.

Brighten Your Home


Our easy-to-install, sleek, and energy-efficient design safely transforms your outlet coverplate into a convenient night light.

It requires no wires or batteries and leaves all outlets free for use. 118 more words

Slimline USB Charger for tiny ham Radios

The recent trend to smaller and smaller handy talkie (HT) transceivers is approaching the limits of the human interface. Sure, engineers could probably continue shrinking the Baofeng and Wouxun HTs further, but pretty soon they’ll just be too small to operate. 184 more words

Misc Hacks

Geek Squeaks (#2015-19) – View And Control Your Android Device From Your Computer — and MORE FREE STUFF

View And Control Your Android Device From Your ComputerVysor is a Google Chrome extension that is currently in beta (testing) that allows you to mirror (and control) your Android device (smartphone or tablet) from your Windows based computer. 494 more words


Review: Anker's PowerCore 20100 + PowerPort 10 make multiple iPad / iPhone charging cheap

“Bigger and better” has been a safe sequel strategy for years, but “smaller, lighter, and slightly more affordable” sequels began to take off when Apple debuted the iPod mini and iPod nano a decade ago. 1,527 more words

IOS Devices

Crack Open a USB Car Charger to make it a Variable DC-DC Converter

 hacked a cheap USB car charger into a variable power supply. His proof of concept is to use this as a variable-speed motor controller. The best part is that nothing is being abused, the regulator inside is still running within manufacturer’s spec. 155 more words

Classic Hacks