The next CyanogenMod update will let you stream to Chromecast from almost any app. It's a match made in heaven!
One engineer tries to build the simplest kind of computer possible, using nuts, bolts and 3D printed parts
Even someone who’s watched Star Wars A New Hope hundreds of times needs to see this Minecraft recreation.
Nokia and MakerBot teamed up to let you 3D-print a new outer shell for your Lumia smartphone.
GeekTech caught up with Eben Upton, co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, to see how Raspberry Pi is doing a year after release.
This classy-looking e-paper keyboard is like touching lots of mini displays, only much more productive.
Who needs a typical computer case when you can just cram it all into a suitcase instead? (Don't answer that.)
What if you could borrow a laptop to use for just one class? A new vending machine at Drexel University could let you do just that.
Why bake normal cakes when you could have a Portal one instead?
If you want to play with an Arduino board, without the hassle of extra soldering and locating parts, check out the Arduino Esplora.
In this installment of GeekBytes, find out how you can control a computer with pizza, learn about jailbreaking iOS 6.0.1 with Sn0wbreeze, and check out the robotic fish of the future.
Sit back and relax while you control the lights on your ceiling at the slide of a finger with the Bluetooth Bulb.
Robotic hands are getting increasingly smart, as this self-repairing, bomb-disarming one demonstrates.
Hot weather leaving you worried about your dog overheating while you’re at work? Check out this smart dog collar.
Can't get the right pitch when you’re trying to play a glass harmonica? Make a Teensy board and app do it for you.
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