Elizabeth FishContributor, TechHive

Elizabeth Fish is a freelance writer who happens to run a hyperlocal news website in Lincoln, UK. She also covers all things geeky for TechHive.

Meet hot, single cats in your area with Adult Cat Finder

Well, meow. If you’re determined to find your beloved kitteh their purrrrfect partner, you should try out Adult Cat Finder.

Curiosity's gigapixel photo of Mars shows how desolate the red planet really is

NASA’s Curiosity rover becomes a photographer, able to help scientists stitch together a huge photo of a Mars mountain.

Target Tracking Camera means you'll never miss a fast action shot again

This camera uses extra-fast tilting motions to perfectly center a fast moving object as though it’s a snail.

This 3D-printed mechanical computer puts both old and new tech to good use

One engineer tries to build the simplest kind of computer possible, using nuts, bolts and 3D printed parts

You know you want this Lego binary clock for your desk

Forget a digital clock for your desktop or bedside. Why not have a binary clock, built with Lego instead?

NASA-themed cufflinks make you the fanciest astrophysicist in the room

Make your suit more appealing while keeping a classy air of geek with these NASA cufflinks.

Knitted shell sweater turns your turtle friend into Super Mario’s Bowser

When you know how to knit, who needs a normal turtle when you can have a badass super villain one?

Release your inner child by 3D-printing objects with Play-Doh

Sculpt more than you ever could as a kid using Play-Doh with this amazing 3D printer.

This clock takes QR codes to new levels of uselessness...on purpose

Check out this cool but pointless clock, which uses QR codes to tell you the time.

Get to know our local galaxies better with this 160-megapixel image from NASA

Take an up close and personal tour of the Magellanic Clouds with this huge and detailed image.

3200 LEDs make the Sydney Harbor Bridge a giant lightshow that you can control

The Color the Bridge project, part of the annual Vivid Sydney light festival, lights up the Sydney Harbor Bridge with 32,000 programmed LED lights and fiber optics.

Bring Terminator back to life with 15,000 Lego bricks

Revive the Terminator films by rebuilding relentless machine for yourself—out of Lego.

This guy proposed to his girlfriend, filmed it with Google Glass

Why settle for a standard proposal when you could record it with Google Glass?

Have your own desktop TARDIS with this Doctor Who papercraft

Strapped for cash but need a Doctor Who fix? Make a cool paper TARDIS!

This DIY camera has 20 lenses, can take a massive pile of photos in one shot

Forget Lomography cameras: Check out this DIY lensed pinhole camera that takes 20 photos simultaneously in a shot.