Though the Hex Code Folio is a bit heavy and bulky, it makes up for it in solid performance as a case and stand.
The case sports a nice leather exterior and sleek style, but it lacks functionality. It’s much too bulky to use, unless you’re taking notes on a table and can lay the case out flat.
Rokform’s RokShield V3 offers substantial protection without the bulk, and also has a built-in mount.
The Mapi Orion might win you some style points, but it’s not the case for you if you’re rough with your iPhone.
Using a few things you probably have around the house and an unused hard drive, you can make your own state fair confection.
3D-print the console in any color you like, gaming console guts not included.
Attention DIY fans: Get the official 1.0 release of the Arduino software and development tools.
Modified LCD monitor allows you, and only you, to see what’s on the screen.
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.
Straight from the popular Portal series come LED flashlights in the likeness of a turret and Wheatley.
Some ingenious modders figured out how to get the iPhone 4S to run on T-Mobile without jailbreaking it or hacking the hardware.
What's inside a Lego minifigure? Sculpture artist Jason Feeney gives a look at Lego anatomy.
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.
British artist Luke Jerram uses new tech like 3D printing and science to create incredible works of art.
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