It turns out being a Twitter user can be messy if you have access to a paintball gun and Arduino.
Cause office mayhem with a Lego machine built purely for paper-based shenanigans.
You can safely disregard any conspiracy theories regarding the meteorite that lit up the sky in Russia earlier this month.
If you want to prove just how much of a fan you are of both Lego and Harry Potter, then perhaps you should undertake a project like this one by Alice Finch. She built a Lego version of Hogwarts made out of 400,000 (!) bricks.
Nokia and MakerBot teamed up to let you 3D-print a new outer shell for your Lumia smartphone.
Did you have a good weekend? Well, don’t get too comfortable, because if your iOS gadget is jailbroken, particularly with Evasi0n, it looks like Apple will soon ruin your good mood.
Don’t be fooled by Mercury’s murky gray coloration: As it turns out, it has quite the colorful—and hot—past. In fact, MIT scientists now believe the planet once harbored great oceans of magma.
The best kind of art is geeky art, and these visualizations of the Sun’s plasma will certainly please.
When the weather’s cold, your Lego collection could help you make your own knitwear to stay warm.
I’m sure everyone reading today’s GeekBytes has a bit of Lego in their house, or at least good memories of a Lego collection. With that in mind, I’m also sure all of you have come across the issue of not only where to store your bricks, but what to do with spare parts.
Check out the incredible images of a new black hole, which exploded in a curious fashion, from on of NASA’s orbiting telescopes.
Pop musician Jason Chen took a massive pile of Rubik’s Cubes and turned them into a music video.
"Any parent knows that getting a child to sleep through the night can be a daunting task. That's why Adafruit Support Forum member ufskenny built the "Ok to Wake" clock for his child.
If you want your NES console to last longer, try upgrading its innards like Ben Heck.
GeekTech caught up with Eben Upton, co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, to see how Raspberry Pi is doing a year after release.