Delve into GeekBytes today, and you’ll get your fair fix of Lolcats, alongside the best table ever and a strange karaoke machine mod.
Want to make your head ache? Trying looking at the new biggest prime number, made up of 17 million digits.
A quirky collectors item deserves an equally quirky case, like this LED periodic table equalizer.
With a new developer team comes a new jailbreak tool, and evasi0n gives you an untethered break across most iOS products.
This classy-looking e-paper keyboard is like touching lots of mini displays, only much more productive.
If your classroom ever floods, don’t expect time off: This professor uses Minecraft to virtually teach instead.
Have you ever wanted a light-up suit—like something straight out of Tron or Blades of Glory—but found the chipboards available too big or annoying to build into clothing? The “wearable technology” fans over at Adafruit Industries have a solution.
NASA’s latest prototype aims to mine lunar soil all day for years in order to make sustainable rocket fuel and air for astronauts.
Happy Monday! Do you wish you could be in your office in spirit rather than person? We have a small hack for that, plus important information regarding the diets of your favorite video game characters, and a telescope that takes images of the Sun.
Well, that was very quick: within hours of Apple releasing the final version iOS 6.1 to the public, a tethered jailbreak is already available
While we realistically won’t have cybernetic suits anytime soon, that didn't keep Patrick Priebe from recreating part of Iron Man's suit.
Love Mario Kart? Luckily for you Waterloo Labs figured out a way to make the gameplay experience real.
Some of the best projects for Raspberry Pi aren’t just hacks: they’re pinball machines for big kids.
Playing retro games on your coffee table means you’ll never really get anything productive done again.
Why have normal coffee tables if you can have this ridiculously detailed Star Wars one?