Elizabeth FishContributor, PCWorld

Elizabeth Fish is a freelance writer who happens to run a hyperlocal news website in Lincoln, UK. She also covers all things geeky for TechHive.

Pixar Image Computer Appears on eBay, Might Require a Lottery Win

If you have a penchant for vintage computers or animated movies, perhaps you should bag this piece of Pixar history...provided you have over $15,000 to spare.

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Ben Heck Creates Portable, Autonomous 3D Printer, Makes DIY Community Jealous

If you want a 3D printer but are short on space, check out Ben Heck's 3D-printer-in-a-briefcase.

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NASA Scopes Out Another Exoplanet That's Two-Thirds the Size of Earth

A lesser-known NASA telescope made an interesting discovery--an exoplanet that's smaller than Earth, and not so far way.

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Kinects Used to Film Music Video to the Delight of Geeks, Hipsters Everywhere

Indie band The Maccabes earns major geek cred by filming its latest music video with Microsoft's Kinect.

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Facecats Chrome Extension Turns Your Facebook Friends Into Kittehs

This slightly ridiculous Chrome extension replaces photos on Facebook with pictures of cats. It might actually make Facebook more useful.

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Beam Me Up? Scientists Fire the Most Powerful Freakin' Laser Beam Ever

Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory recently fired a laser capable of outputting 500 trillion watts of power. Yikes.

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GPS Dog Collar Guilts You Into Taking Fido on More Walks

Need to put your pooch on a weight-loss regimen? This GPS-equipped dog collar will help your dog meet its fitness goals.

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Robotic Cardboard Claw Project Makes Chores Less Straining (and More Fun)

Bring more technology into your household tasks with this crane-like cardboard arm--it could also serve you some cool camera effects too.

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These Kinect-Style Augmented Reality Goggles Can Land You a Date (But Not a Real One)

Feeling lonely? This augmented reality project gives you a companion that will react to touch and your movements.

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Robotic Legs Can Walk Like a Human, Could Teach People to Walk Again

A pair of robotic legs can walk exactly the way a human being does. While this could help robots take over, it is actually beneficial to people.

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A Dream Come True? Life-Size Lego Flora Sprouts in a Desert

Check out why giant Lego trees and flowers are growing in the Australian Outback. No, it's not because someone planted Lego bricks in the sand...

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Gamer Builds Ultimate Starcraft Keyboard Mod; Gaming World Looks in Envy

Ever wanted to know how a Starcraft II pro-gaming keyboard would look? Check out this impressive mod.

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Arduino and LEDs Help You Give Everyone the Look of Disapproval

Want to really give someone a good glare? Let this Arduino project show you how to make a variety of scathing emoticons from LEDs.

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This 737-800 Flight Simulator Can Take You Anywhere (Sort Of)

Where would you go with a Boeing simulator, complete with genuine parts, in your back garden?

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Sith? Jedi? This Color-Changing Lightsaber Lets You Be Both!

Can't decide on your destiny? Choose all the Jedi and Sith colors with this DIY lightsaber.

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