It's Monday and we aren't feeling very creative. So let's skip the formalities and attempts at clever wit: Here's your GeekBytes for December 10, 2012.
As it turns out, you don't need to have a human-like hand when it comes to prosthetics, you could just get a tentacle.
Like the idea of a tablet, but also love working on your old MacBook? Stick the ideals together with this incredible mod.
Why look at a standard map of your city when you could have a laser cut version instead?
Today, you can play Portal on a calculator, buy an extremely expensive Lego brick, and be a hipster in disguise with a practical Polaroid camera.
Want to stay safe and make your bike look impressive against everyone else’s on the rack? Get modding with Arduino!
Turns out the Tron world isn't just stuck in a computer network -- with a few LEDs and a morphsuit, you can recreate the world in style.
An array of moons orbiting Saturn makes Earth’s only Moon look boring when put under thermal infrared.
This time of the year again, where neighbors become enemies and try to one-up each other with Christmas light displays. And naturally, there's no better soundtrack to pick for a holiday lightshow than PSY’s "Gangham Style." Yes, you read right.
We check out how Samsung stress-tests its smartphones, how 3D printing could make a difference in medicine, and more.
If you feel like there’s something missing from your space-themed Lego collection, maybe you need to add this Lego homage of Stephen Hawking.
The Mars Rover found something big. Well, maybe. NASA doesn’t want to say for sure just yet.
Happy Monday! Or at least, it should be a happy Monday, because GeekBytes is back and ready to serve up your daily dose of awesome.
Good news for stargazers: the Leonid meteor shower returns tonight, and it’s set to be a good show.
Fed up of pushing your stroller around? Strap on a sensor and controller of your choice, and let the stroller take itself for a walk.