It's only been available for developers for a day, but the latest iOS software instalment is already jailbroken.
Looking for a household accessory which will demonstrate your geek cred? Check out the iPhone "message whale" pillow.
If you constantly lose your stuff, it's time to deploy a Kinect hack to find those items for you, no matter how buried in the couch they are!
This little gadget will dance, play music, and flash its lights. It's also really cute, and you can make one, too!
Don't want to reach for your remote when watching a movie on the Xbox, but the Kinect is too tricky to use? Mod a glove for better control!
Finally, a set created by a large community of Minecraft and Lego fans is available to buy from the Lego store. Also, it's awesome.
Feel like you can’t give your new plants all the attention they deserve? Let Arduino help you.
The HydroView underwater robot is controlled with an iPad and streams video to your tablet.
Feeling lonely? Let this telepresence robot be your friend--quite literally.
This mod allows you to connect your NES console and phone together using Bluetooth and Arduino. Let the games begin!
You may never be able to have Ladyada's workshop, but support this project on Lego Cuusoo, and you can at least have a toy representation of it.
One high school student decided to recreate Mario out pieces of paper, using stop motion. The result is pretty impressive.
Think QR codes are a little lame? One Korean supermarket has figured out a way of making them cool and good for business.