If you’ve ever wanted to hear the sound of the wind in a different way, this Arduino kite will geek it up a little for you.
Remember the huge speaker in the first Back to the Future movie? Someone actually made it, and it’s pretty loud…
Fed up of moving furniture around so the Kinect can pick you up? Wearable motion technology could solve this annoyance.
Some people out there have the urge to check Facebook nearly every minute of the day—you may be one of them. But if you want to feel a sense of love from Facebook interactions, maybe you could get a hug...from a coat.
Looking for a new image editor? Why not try a Web-based one? Through these free online image editors, you can tweak your photos from just about any computer.
Happy Monday! If you’re looking for a condensed version of the day’s news we didn’t have a chance to cover, you came to the right place.
While rooting a Transformer Prime with WebOS may seem impressive, it’s just a pretty face without a functioning touchscreen.
If you’re looking for a low-cost, open source 3D printer to start playing around with printing objects, check out Eventorbot.
Another great Kinect hack lets you map inside potentially dangerous buildings in real time.
Forget staring at a screen: grab an Arduino and play a mechanical version of Donkey Kong for the full retro gaming vibe.
The family that hacks together stays together: We speak with the Robison family about their adventures in 3D printing, their family business, and Ace Frehley's light-up guitar.
Surprised? Not really: The guys with the iPhone Dev-Team have found a way to jailbreak iOS 6, but not every iOS device will work with it.
MakerBot’s latest 3D printer offers you more space to print off your creations, and will do so more quickly.
Before you whack out a cleaning cloth to give your phone screen a wipe down, perhaps you should check to see if you’ve made a work of art. No joke.
This hack for the Nook Simple Touch brings a modern way to play all your favorite Sega games from the past.