Kevin LeeContributor, TechHive

Kevin is a small-time tech hound, amateur photographer, and a general know-at-least-something of all things geeky hailing from New York.

Meet the man who is 3D-printing a replica of a car

Ivan Sentch, a New Zealand retro car enthusiast, is 3D printing a replica car using a Solidoodle 2 printing that’s been printing non-stop since Christmas.

Play Crysis (like, decently) on a MacBook Air with this graphics card hack

Larry Gadea's external graphics card hack won't make you better at Crysis, but it'll make a MacBook Air handle it smoothly.

Nvidia prototypes its own VR headset, makes personal gaming slightly less nerdy

Is the Oculus Rift and other HMDs getting to heavy for your head? Nvidia prototyping a new light weight, thin unit that uses Lytro Camera technology.

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Incept yourself: Scientists implant fake memories in mice

Electricity and brain-stimulating chemicals mix together in MIT’s extremely successful memory inception experiments on mice.

The BreakupText app is the worst possible way you can end a relationship

Going through an awkward breakup? Don’t see them, call them, or text them personally. Use the BreakupText app to end a relationship in just a few smartphone taps.

3D-printed art connects with Lego bricks in this artistic birdhouse

Are Lego bricks too straight and blocky for you? Bird House is a new Lego Cuusoo project that turns Lego into artistic twig birdhouses.

Water-cooled Raspberry Pi looks hot, runs cool

In today’s hardcore Raspberry Pi project, James Couzens machines his own badass water-cooling rig for the computer-on-a-stick.

Chemistry experiment looks like it opens a portal to hell

Release the Kraken! Science goes slightly awry, to spectacular results when setting two chemicals on fire creates a smoldering tentacles show.

This motion-sensing t-shirt will give you spidey senses

After a long line of silly, nerdy t-shirts, Thinkgeek’s latest creation will give you Spiderman Spidey senses.

Thanks, science! Mobile phones could run on urine power

Always using your phone in the bathroom? Researchers are working on a way for you to recharge your phone with urine.

NASA test-fires a 3D-printed rocket part—and it didn't melt under the heat

The minds at NASA have found new ways to put 3D printing to work, and it might someday end up in an actual spacecraft.

Someone just made a Flight Simulator autopilot system using an Arduino board

Andrea Giudici built an Arduino-based airplane autopilot system for flying around virtual planes in Microsoft Flight Simulator X.

This exoplanet looks like Earth from afar, but you wouldn't want to live there

NASA and ESA capture the true color of an exoplanet for the first time ever.

Stretchable, flexible 3D-printed liquid metal wires could be the key to custom circuit boards

NC State researchers develop a way to 3D print objects out of liquid metal and create custom circuit boards.

NASA’s Mars Rover 2020 may bring Martian soil back to Earth

What comes after Curiosity? On Tuesday, NASA released a 154-page document that details the agency’s plans to double down on the search for signs of past life on Mars.