Sarah MitroffContributor, PCWorld

Sarah Mitroff is a tech reporter who loves gadgets, Android, pretty space photos, and all things Minecraft. She eagerly awaits the day when her entire home is automated.

Meet Arduino 1.0: The Official Software Release Is Here

Attention DIY fans: Get the official 1.0 release of the Arduino software and development tools.

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Finally, Some Privacy! Cool LCD Monitor Hack Helps Keep Your Secrets

Modified LCD monitor allows you, and only you, to see what’s on the screen.

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All I Want For Geekmas: Sarah’s Geeky Hanukkah Wish List

The GeekTech bloggers share what's on their holiday wish list. Read on to get some gift ideas for the geeks in your life. First up: Sarah Mitroff.

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The Cake Is a Lie? Fine, I’ll Take These Portal LED Flashlights Instead

Straight from the popular Portal series come LED flashlights in the likeness of a turret and Wheatley.

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Black Friday Survival Guide: 15 Apps to Hunt Down Deals, Parking, and More

These 15 apps for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone 7 can help you save money and time on your post-Thanksgiving shopping frenzy.

Get the iPhone 4S to Work on T-Mobile Without Hacking

Some ingenious modders figured out how to get the iPhone 4S to run on T-Mobile without jailbreaking it or hacking the hardware.

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Lego People Are Just Like Us On the Inside

What's inside a Lego minifigure? Sculpture artist Jason Feeney gives a look at Lego anatomy.

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Happy Birthday, 4004! Intel's First Microprocessor Turns the Big 4-0

Intel celebrated the 40th birthday of the 4004, the first all-in-one CPU. Read on to see what one of its designers has to say.

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Combining Technology, Science, and Art With Luke Jerram

British artist Luke Jerram uses new tech like 3D printing and science to create incredible works of art.

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Computer-Controlled Cyborg Yeast: Technology Meets Biology

University of California, San Francisco researchers create "cyborg cells" our of brewer's yeast that can be switched on or off.

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Lego Minifigures Inspire Awesome 3D Street Art

This Lego-themed sidewalk art may be the geekiest such thing ever.

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Poynt Review: A Terribly Cluttered Way to Search

Poynt offers users an ugly interface that delivers many search results but only very basic information.

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Catastrophe Becomes Art With 3D Printing

British artist Luke Jerram has created a 3D-printed sculpture of the seismogram from the March 11 Japan earthquake.

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Over-The-Top Halloween Light Show Is A DIY Masterpiece

This perfectly programmed music choreography turns a Halloween light show into a YouTube sensation.

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Have a Nexus S? Get Your Hands on Ice Cream Sandwich Now!

Some fine folks over at XDA Forums and Android Central ported Ice Cream Sandwich to the Nexus S.

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