Natural-language programming makes writing your own text-based adventure game simple and fun--and lets you earn geek cred in the process.
This cardboard shield is the perfect companion for a long wait at a midnight showing.
The Synapse toolkit interfaces the Kinect with Ableton Live, and makes a mean dubstep.
This machine takes the guesswork out of preparing a shot of espresso.
Minifigure scale Star Wars vehicle is remote-controlled, and it looks awesome.
Bright idea lets others in on your thought processes, results in a flood of bad jokes and puns.
Newly understood bacterium makes enzymes that can break down caffeine.
A new experimental service aims to make digital dumpster diving possible.
SensoGlove wants to give you feedback while you’re swinging.
Optics-free "camera" takes a snapshot of the time, and finds a picture to go with it. The catch: It isn't your picture...
A CNC plotter robot takes playing chess against a computer into the physical realm. Checkmate.
This large-format camera made from Lego bricks takes some excellent pictures.
What's cooler than reading about robots on PCWorld.com? Watching them in action. With three weeks left, this year’s FIRST Robotics Competition makes for a great weekend trip.
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