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Albert is a former PCWorld and Macworld intern and GeekTech writer, who now works as an Editorial Assistant in the PCWorld Lab. Albert likes to dabble in Web development in his free time. Check him out on Dribbble, or see some of his work on CodePen.

Android Bartender Won’t Cut You Off When You’ve Had Too Many

This Android tablet-powered automated bartender preps your drink with just a tap.

This Drawing Bot Makes Awesome Graffiti, Little Sense

The Senseless Drawing Bot scribbles on walls. But is it art?

Geek Up Your Bike With Ethernet Cable Handlebar Grips

Show your geek pride and creativity by turning unused Ethernet cables into bicycle handlebar grips

Robot Hipster Rides Fixed-Gear Bike Without Brakes

This amazing little bot rides an amazing little bike like it's no big deal.

Enable iOS 5's Hidden Panoramic Mode Without Jailbreaking

Turning on the hidden panorama feature in iOS 5 is as easy as pie, but it wasn't trouble-free for us...

Tetris Block-Shaped Sticky Notes Turn Your Desk Into a Game

These sticky notes are much more fun than your average boring squares.

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.