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New Tech Lets You Look Like a Jedi While Unlocking Your Phone

It might not be long before you can look as cool as Obi-Wan would answering a smartphone.


Digital Lego Clock Goes Tick-Tock

This Lego clock tells the time digitally without an LCD screen by twisting itself silly.


Siri, Pour Me A Beer Please

Stop wasting your time pouring beers and let Siri do it for you.


Tested: QR Code Key Ring for Lost Keys

Can a QR code on a key ring really help lost keys find their way home? We put it to the test.


Light-Light Floating Lamp Is Astoundingly Awesome, Expensive

Angela Jansen has created an interesting design for a partially levitating lamp that is subtle yet impressive.


Get Started With the Vim Text Editor

These tutorials can help you quickly learn the basics of Vim, a powerful text editor that’s been around for 20 years.


Mechatronic Security Robot Is Remarkably Formidable

This fully armored robot is decked out with ultrasonic sensors, a turret gun, and unique wheels that can move the bot in any direction, any time.


Super Smash Land: A Game Boy-Style Smash Bros. Tribute

Check out this awesome Game Boy style remake of Super Smash Brothers, and prepare yourself for gaming nostalgia.


26-Foot-Tall Rubik's Cube Is Even Harder to Solve

Watch the massive Rubik’s cube being built for the Pacific Science Center day-by-day in short time-lapses.


Heat-Changing Pixels Camouflage Tanks From Infrared Sensors

A British defense company develops heat-changing pixels that camouflage tanks from heat vision.


Great Timewasters: 5 Videos to Enhance Your Weekend

Keith Shaw of our sister publication, ITWorld, scours the web for fun, informative and unusual videos. Here is a selection of five of the best he's found.


12 Useful (or Silly) Smartphone Cases

We look at smartphone cases that can open a beer, recharge your phone, or stabilize the phone's camera for you--oh and there's one that attaches to Legos.


Cram Giant Amounts of Data Onto These Tiny Storage Drives and Cards

These eight cutting-edge hard drives, flash drives, and cards can hold multi-gigabytes of data and yet still slip in a shirt pocket.

Videos We All Love to Hate on YouTube

First, you've never heard of the guy, and then Justin Bieber is everywhere with a song you can't stand--and a YouTube video you rush to Dislike. Who else belongs on YouTube's detestable hit list?


25 Legendary Video Game Characters, Part 2

We've already shown you the top 25 all-time favorite video game characters as picked by gamers in conjunction with the Guinness Book of World Records. Now we're back with another segment of 25 who made the list. Are any of your old friends here?