This Instructables guide will show you how you can use an Arduino to control your TV, DVD player, VCR, and countless other home electronics.
A Kickstarter project hopes to transform your iPod and iPhone into a Walkman for ultimate retro appeal.
Hackers have managed to get Siri's dictation working on the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and the fourth generation iPod Touch.
ThinkGeek's Magic Geek Ball displays nerdy sayings such as '404 Error', 'Can Has' and 'LOL' for an alternative take on the classic toy.
Astronomy fans, get ready to geek out: NASA has just released a super high-resolution topographic map of our favorite natural satellite, the Moon.
A group of developers found a way to reverse engineer Siri, and says that a port to Android might be doable.
Samsung's new smartphone isn't even in stores yet, but the Galaxy Nexus has already been rooted.
Michal Pleskowicz has just been crowned the Rubik's Cube world champion. But an Android-powered robot managed to beat his time.
Apple's next iPhone isn't even in stores yet, but that hasn't stopped it from already being torn apart and photographed for the pleasure of geeks everywhere.
Yep; there's an app for that--sorta. Researchers at UC Davis have found a cheap way to turn any regular smartphone into a portable, connected microscope.
The final beta for iOS 5 is now available to developers, but unlike previous developer builds, the Gold Master cannot be downloaded over the air.
The upcoming Amazon Kindle Fire tablet will have a new kind of browser. Here's why it matters to you.
Do you hate how Spotify now tells all your Facebook friends what you are listening to,? If so, this simple little tip will help.
Not a fan of the recent Facebook redesign? A handy freebie Chrome extension will do away with some of the changes.
Okay, so this hack won't give you Windows 8--but at least it looks cool!