Hardware hacker Bacteria completes his epic Unity project, crams 15 retro consoles in one system.
DARPA’s new navigation tool is smaller than a penny, helps you get around with indoor GPS.
On the hunt for better, similar, and cooler 3D printing applications. MakerBot hosts it’s first ever hackathon.
Hyperlapse is a Web app that turns Google Street View trips into moving time-lapse videos.
UK scientists make a laser-based scanner that works more half a mile away from an object and creates high-definition 3D models.
A year of NASA photos of Earth, a Tetris game on the side of a building, and other stuff you missed.
Josh Collin recreates Jurassic Park, gives a tour of the most awe-inspiring amusement park in film.
University of Washington researchers are working to develop a fusion rocket that could dramatically reduce the travel time of Mars missions.
This EyeFly screen protector brings glasses-free 3D to the iPhone 5. The film is coming soon to the fourth-generation iPad and Samsung Galaxy S4.
Kindleberry Wireless combines Raspberry Pi and Kindle hacks together into one great portable, wireless hackstation.
University of Notre Dame students show you how to 3D-print the skeleton of a living animal.
Noticed a faster commute in LA? Thank the fully computerized and synchronized traffic light system that now controls the city streets.
Explosions solve everything. Twisted Pixel’s Ms. ‘Splosion Man comes to iOS to test your lightening reflexes and puzzle solving skills.
April Fool's Day is over, so it’s safe to believe in what you read on the Internet again. Well, most of it, anyway. While some parts of the Web hosted hoaxes all day, there was also a fair share of real news. Here is just a sampling of what you might have missed.
Shoot Many Robots is an endless side scrolling shooting platformer that’s full of fun style.