If Santa had a high-tech workshop (and he probably does), he'd have these calipers, clamps, and other essentials.
Designed for Apple iMacs or Apple displays, this kit lets you sit or stand at your desk, but it comes with a case of the jiggles.
Using the new software from Sixsense is sort of like playing a video game—except the goal is to create a 3D model.
The Inside 3D Printing Conference & Expo hosted state-of-the-art hardware in San Jose last week—including printers that dished out candy confections, as well as objects made of paper.
The 120GB external SSD designed by Porche is a better deal than you think, and offers fast external storage in a good looking package.
Why pay someone to fix your broken iPad screen when you can just do it yourself? (Because it might be hard and not work well, but that's another story.)
Supporting all existing Arduino Due libraries and even shields, but coming with onboard Wi-Fi and nearly 100 i/o pins, the DigiX makes me wonder why you’d bother with a Due in the first place.
For techies like ourselves, CES is the Greatest Show on Earth (P.T. Barnum, eat your heart out). So trust us when we tell you these are the things from CES that you don’t want to miss. You’ll thank us later.
Tosy's mRobo robot can dance like no other, and brings his own speakers too.
HMDX Audio announced six new Bluetooth audio products, mostly wireless speakers, at CES.
A slew of bombastic TV announcements defined the calm before the CES storm.
The size of a keychain, the Sensordrone gives your smartphone a whole new range of senses.
A DIY tutorial details how to add a tiny screen to your Lego creations, making them geekier then ever.
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