Raspberry Pi gets an official overclocking tool that won’t void warranties.
Intel gives its thumbs up on immersion oil cooling after a year-long trial with its servers.
The FBI adds face matching tech to its next nationwide surveillance initiative.
Harvard University researchers develop the first cyborg tissue combining living cells with nanowires.
Johns Hopkins researchers develop a new way to create stem cells from adult blood cells that could one day lead to all sorts of new treatments.
One photographer stuffs a Linux computer into his DSLR battery grip turning his camera into a smart-device.
This 100,000-dpi photo printer makes nano-sized full-color images on a canvas that's as wide as a human hair.
Curiosity sends back its first color 360-degree panorama of its surrounding Martian landscape.
CameraMator is a wireless device that lets you preview your DSLR images and control your camera with an iPhone and iPad.
GameKlip is an easy way to attach your Android phone to a PS3 controller.
The Mars Curiosity Rover sends back its first color image. Here’s what else it can do with its 17 on-board cameras.
Getting to your first Raspberry Pi hack? Adafruit’s first Educational Linux Distro might help.