At Fanfest we stumbled across the smallest and rarest group of players in EVE Online—the wormhole players.
There's a lot to be said about someone who makes Excel(lent) artwork with a tool usually commonly associated with mind-numbing drudgery.
Not everyone knows how to design a Lego robot from scratch, but with BrickPi, the process could be much easier.
If you've ever wanted to know what a bike ride through a location might be like (without risking life and limb), Cyclodeo might be right up your alley.
We interviewed people at Samsung's Time Square event to see what they thought of the Galaxy S 4.
Liquid-cooled computers aren't exactly a completely unknown phenomenon. We've seen mineral oil in a variety of awesome casemods before. However, researchers from the University of Leeds and UK company Icetope appear to be trying to push things a little further with their Icetope server, a server that may be more fish than computer.
Build all of Westeros in glorious detail in Minecraft? It might sound like a pipe dream but if this jaw-dropping King's Landing replica is any indications of things, holy carp, folks!
A chap named Waterbury has made a Raspberry-Pi powered Super NES. He calls it the Super Nintendo Emulated System. We Approve.
Not all Kickstarter projects have to promise life-changing innovations. FruitStand is just looking to make life with the Raspberry Pi and Arduino tidier.
While your fondness for the song 'We Are Young' may vary depending on your affinity for television show Glee, it's hard to ignore the delicious if poignant irony of having it played by geriatric computer equipment.
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