Why buy your desk clutter one item at a time when you could just get a box of geeky loot delivered to your door?
Put aside any Lego project you're working on now and check out these slick Nintendo 64-come-robot Transformer models.
A Texan studio won't take a portfolio of images for photo frames—you'll get a 3D printed figurine instead.
The next CyanogenMod update will let you stream to Chromecast from almost any app. It's a match made in heaven!
This lifelike TARDIS project keeps charity in mind, aiming to bring Doctor Who magic to everyone.
Thanks to facial recognition, vending machines are getting smart enough to understand that a yawn means "give me coffee."
If you ever wanted a greeting card with a difference, check out the upcoming augmented reality Gizmo cards.
For your next birthday, perhaps you should ask a loved one to make a spherical Jupiter cake, compete with the planet's internal layers.
No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you: This is surreal art using objects from Super Mario Bros.
Make learning about your body parts fun(ny) with these awesome plushie internal body parts.
John Dingley's skateboard balances with your movement, so even falling could look like a hip new trick.
R2B2 is a robot that will stop at nothing to guess your phone's PIN. Luckily for you, it's just a research project.
Forget generic photographer portraits, add a bit of space to images of your face instead!
Check out this RGB LED project that's done right. Better still, you can make it too!
A mission to find the perfect cake topper ended up in a business focused on 3D-printing sugar.
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