It's one thing to have an Nintendo emulator running on your computer, and it's another thing entirely when you rip the innards out of a broken NES, replace it with a Raspberry Pi and convert the original box into a fully functional emulator.
Artist Amanda Ghassaei managed to take a digital copy of a song and laser etch it into a slab of maple, thereby creating a wooden record. By etching Radiohead's "Idioteque", and the Velvet Underground's "Sunday Morning" into the wood using Python, a PDF, and a lot of math, Ghassaei may have unintentionally created sustainable music.
If you're the kind of person who likes order in your every day life, you may want to take a moment and consider building an M&M sorting machine out of Lego.
While Will.i.am is off trying to make the ultimate iPhone-camera case, you can jump to the head of your class with the new TurtleJacket PentaEye case that just hit the market
Pong, one of the world's earliest arcade games, is now available in 1D, and it fits nicely on that coffee table in your gaming cave.
Well, you could get eaten by zombies, or you could build a zombie detection system. The choice is yours...
Use SkyDrive? Own an Android phone? Microsoft has something for you.
If you want Flash in any capacity on your Android phone, make sure you install it today, because starting tomorrow, you won't be able to get it.
Want Flash on your Android device? Today's your last day.
A note on the MSDN Windows Phone Developer Center website reveals that only Windows Phone 8 users will get in-app purchases.
Windows Phone 8 will get in-app purchases. Hooray! But if you own a Windows Phone 7 smartphone, you'll get left out. Boo.
Microsoft will replace its Hotmail email service with Outlook.com, which looks like a solid competitor to Gmail.
Why buy one game when you can actually buy a bunch of them for an insanely low price?
Barcodes: They're not just for supermarkets anymore. Two designers figured out how to turn the venerable barcode-and-scanner combo into musical instruments.
Weatherman got the forecast wrong again? Just feel the air temperature with Rodd Godshaw’s Cyroshere.
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