Syrian rebels have taken to creating a number of DIY weapons to battle against the Assad regime holed up in Damascus.
I'm sure I wasn't the only child growing up in the 80s who wished he could own an actual robot like one of the Transformers.
It's definitely fun to see the projects people manage to cook up with open source software and hardware.
Are you a modder with a spare Raspberry Pi dev board? If so, you might want to check out the LapPi mod.
Netduino Plus 2 dev board offers DIY tech enthusiasts even more of a good thing.
The Pipo Max M1 is an Android-powered tablet that is quite similar in size to Apple's original iPad.
Want to install PlayStation Mobile on a non-certified rooted Android device?
DIY Lego Hobbiton is preeeciousss.
Hack puts PlayStation games on Nook eReader.
The KindleBerry Pi isn't exactly the most portable or practicle computer on the market, but it's sufficiently geeky.
This DIY pocket comptuer runs BASIC.
The Raspberry Pi is quickly finding its way into all sorts of devices, including fully-functioning media centers, model sailboats plying the stormy Atlantic and even a remote-controlled truck equipped with a night vision video camera.
Like many geeks, I grew up playing with LEGO bricks. I even thought I was pretty darn good, well, for a while anyway.
The Raspberry Pi has tipped up in a number of geek-related projects, including one where the bare-bones board was selected to power a model sailboat across the stormy Atlantic Ocean.
We all know that geeks often design something overly complicated to perform a simple task - yet such creations inevitably end up looking so cool that we just can't help but admire them.
One of my favorite things in all of geekdom is insane Lego projects that use hordes of little bricks to build real life and unexpected items.
If you enjoy computers and bare-bones hardware, odds are you've been keeping an eye on the tiny and cheap Raspberry Pi board.
Geeks love wearable electronic devices, and this cyberpunk-inspired electronic bracer is a perfect example.
A Penn State University student has designed a slick Portal turret for his mechatronics class. Now that is one cool course I would have actually loved to take in college.
I was never all that crazy about the original Star Trek series, but I've seen every one of the movies and thoroughly enjoyed watching Star Trek: The Next Generation (TNG).