Those of us who grew up in the 1980's fondly remember all the time we spent playing video games on the stalwart Atari 2600.
There are quite a lot of people who are seriously concerned about maintaining their privacy in an age where aerial drones - like the Parrot AR - are increasingly easy to build or buy.
Quite a lot of us never really gave up building with our beloved Lego bricks. Then again, most of probably never spent the time or effort designing a gigantic custom project.
We've seen some really cool hacks for the Amazon Kindle family of digital readers over the years.
A new DIY project dubbed DUO has hit Kickstarter, which can best be described as a high-performance 3D sensor for the masses.
Are you the DIY sort who likes to mod and build electronic gadgets? If so, you might want to check out the Internet of Things Wireless Printer kit.
Everyone is undoubtedly familiar with Lego building blocks, which, over the past decades, have allowed intrepid builders to design projects like cars, intricate structures and even fictional spaceships like the Millenium Falcon.
If you're a fan of the video game franchise Mass Effect, and happen to like hot cosplay outfits, well, this is your lucky day.
We've seen the uber-mino Raspberry Pi power a wide variety of DIY projects, including the aptly named Lappi which transformed the popular dev board into a rather bulky laptop.
If you're a fan of DIY projects that involve Arduino, you might want to check out the new Pinoccio microcontroller.
One of the things that has always intrigued me, although I personally lack the requisite skills, is origami and other elaborate papercraft work.
Star Wars fans! Prepare to have your geek lust stoked to the point where you may well have an aneurysm.
There are a huge variety of affordable Android-powered mini-PCs on the computer market today.
Back in August 2012, Via rolled out its ARM-powered APC computer board at a sweet $49 price point.
If you grew up in the 80's, you will undoubtedly have more than a few fond memories of standing in front of a giant arcade game wasting quarter after quarter.
There are many music fans out there who seem to prefer that old nostalgic vinyl sound to modern digital tracks.
It seems like every time we turn around there's another incredibly cool project involving the uber-mini Raspberry Pi development board.
x86-powered PCs typically generate a fair amount of heat and are often equipped with fan-based active cooling systems that can be somewhat noisy.
Most smartphone owners out there will undoubtedly agree that messing about with wires to charge a handset is rather inconvenient.
Are you the sort of geek diva who only eats specific color M&Ms, but are way too lazy to sort them by hand?