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Robot master behind 'Men in Black' and 'Hellboy' shows us how movie magic is made

Mark Setrakian uses his unmatched robotic-engineering knowledge, advanced puppeteering skills, and artistic vision to build some of Hollywood's best mechanical creatures.

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Interview: Raspberry Pi creator wants to bring hardware hacking to everyone

GeekTech caught up with Eben Upton, co-founder of the Raspberry Pi Foundation, to see how Raspberry Pi is doing a year after release.

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Geek-It-Yourself: How to Learn New Tech Skills and Make Your Own Projects

Want to try your hand at do-it-yourself tech projects, but don't know where to start? Here are some tips for getting going.

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Profiles in Geekdom: Musician Adam Young of Owl City

We catch up with synthpop artist Adam Young of Owl City to discuss his tech tools of the trade, what goes into producing a song, and his favorite Internet meme.

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Deal With Your Internet Pet Peeves With These Chrome Extensions

The Internet can be annoying. These four add-ons for Chrome can make it less obnoxious. (There, now don't you feel better?)

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Profiles in Geekdom: Alex Plank of Wrong Planet

We speak with Alex Plank, creator or autism community Wrong Planet, on how tech has helped those with Autism Spectrum Disorders.

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Passive Play: How an App Could Help Parents Connect With Autistic Kids

A college student's project focused on connecting with autistic children shows that there really is an app for everything.

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Geek 101: What Is Jailbreaking?

Jailbreaking is a hack that frees your iDevice from Appleā€™s restrictions. What does that actually do and why on earth would anyone do it?

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Profiles in Geekdom: Chris Torres, Creator of Nyan Cat

Ever wanted to know more about that trippy feline, Nyan Cat? GeekTech gets the low-down from creator Chris Torres.

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Why Does The Internet Love Cats?

Ever wondered why cats are so popular on the internet? GeekTech attempts to find out...

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