Thanks to the power of Arduino, a hacked pet door can now lock your furry friends indoors safely!
See the world in 8-bit form! While the NES is set to receive a Google Maps "game", you can start exploring the pixelated world right now online.
We're filing this one under Mankind's Greatest Achievements: A Dubai-based pizza chain has made ordering your favorite pie as easy as pressing a single button. If anything, this is a little too easy...
Of all the things you can find on Craigslist, who'd have thought you'd be able to buy a TIE Fighter?
Roads? Where this DIY RC DeLorean is going, it doesn't need roads.
One hacker has used the Amazon Kindle Keyboard, along with its complimentary 3G, to tether to a computer for 'free' Web access. But there are some strings attached...
This Tetris-themed desk lamp looks awesome, and it won't disappear when you fill a row with blocks.
This hack uses a Kinect as an extra set of eyes to help you back up as you park your car.
Now this really is jaw-dropping: Doctors used a 3D printer to create a replacement jaw--a world first.
A modern smartphone with retro appeal? One XDA Developer not only got Linux working on the HTC EVO 3D, but also Windows 95, 98 and XP.
What were you doing when you were a teenager? These two Canadian teens launched a Lego minifigure into the edge of space.
This mod takes the controls of a vtech V.Reader and makes them work as a Kindle-compatible controller.
A Ukrainian Web developer creates an iPhone 4 using just CSS3 and HTML 5, making us ask, Who needs Flash?
The folks at Yamaha have figured out a way to get Siri to tickle the ivory and play a piano.
This recent Transformers-inspired mod crams a fully-functional Xbox 360 console into the shell of a remote-control car.