Don't throw away your old handheld consoles; turn them into miniature arcade cabinets instead!
Star Wars is, for obvious reasons, a perennial favorite in this here parts. But while we've covered a whole bunch of things inspired by the franchise, this R2-D2 PC casemod might be one of the finest tributes to the series we've seen yet.
An arcane cabinet that is only slightly larger than a lighter? We're cool with this.
Fancy making pretty things on your browser? You'll love Silk, then.
We're still light years away—literally and figuratively—from being able to explore the galaxy, but this interactive 3D visualization is a nice second best.
Guillermo Amaral's DIY gaming console is yet another one of those amazing things people are making with the Raspberry Pi.
Re-purposed office equipment? Bob Dylan? Orchestral Performance? Yup, these things go together just fine.
Having trouble working that Arduino board into the casing of your latest project Why not make use of its Liliputian cousin the Arduino Micro?
Everyone has games they love, but some game developers are spending one week creating a game for the genre they most despise.
Disillusioned by WikiLeaks, international hacker group Anonymous has decided to take matter into their own hands and launch TYLER.
In spite of the stigmata suffered by browser-based titles, Failbetter Games have succeeded in making their games work. We talk with co-founder Alexis Kennedy to learn why and how.
A virtual reality desktop to go with all the games you've be playing with your head-mounted displays? We're down with that.
If you're ever wondered if the Raspberry Pi is capable of running a Minecraft server and look awesome while doing so, the answer is yes.
What happens when you cross an art professor, a geologist, and a desire to make actual lava? Read on to find out.
Scientists have discovered that certain harvester ants work the same way Internet protocols do. Discworld's Hex, anyone?