Your mid-week GeekBytes update sees how one little robot set a new world-record by taking to the seas unaided. Travel is transforming!
Momentum Machines has created a robotic chef that can produce gourmet burgers in fast-food times. Wimpy would be pleased.
Mac App Store customers were able to buy OS X 10.7 Lion right up until Mountain Lion was made available, whether they realized it or not.
If you want Panasonic's new 145-inch HDTV, you may need to think about getting a bigger house.
A hologram of the late rapper Tupac Shakur played to surprised audiences at Coachella this past weekend, but how was the visual trick achieved?
Apple's next iPhone isn't even in stores yet, but that hasn't stopped it from already being torn apart and photographed for the pleasure of geeks everywhere.
Yep; there's an app for that--sorta. Researchers at UC Davis have found a cheap way to turn any regular smartphone into a portable, connected microscope.
Do you hate how Spotify now tells all your Facebook friends what you are listening to,? If so, this simple little tip will help.
Do you have an old, busted iPod sitting in a desk drawer somewhere? Why not put it to good use and transform into a wallet? That's what one Instructables user did.
Meet the iPhone SLR Mount from Photojojo, a case which you can attach any Nikon or Cannon lens to. But don't try cramming it into your pocket...
This one you have to see to believe. Read on to see for yourself.
With this hack, you don't need a band to make music--all you need is a Wiimote and iPhone. Read on to learn more, and to see how you can help turn this project into an actual iPhone app!
The folks over at iFixit have torn apart the iPad 2's somewhat magical Smart Cover, laying out its magnetic power for all to see.
As promised the Dark Lord of the Empire descended on CES this week to deliver some Star Wars news--The Star Wars saga is coming to Blu-ray!
3D TV could be coming to your pocket in 2011, thanks to an upcoming mobile digital TV viewer from LG.
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