Why settle for traditional forms of photograph processing when you make an image in bacteria? One microbiologist is using Kickstarter to fund his "bacteriography" project.
If you want your robot to replicate a spider perfectly, take a few tips from the six-legged hexapod named Charlotte.
If you thought the iPhone Dev-Team was quick to jailbreak new handsets or software, you’ll be amazed at the speed of the Android developer community. The Samsung Galaxy S4, which is only up for pre-order, has already been rooted.
Today’s edition of GeekBytes proves there’s more to Rubik’s Cubes than the frustration of not being able to finish them. What are we talking about? Read on to find out, and to see other things you might have missed.
Get the lowdown on backyard astronomy, no telescope required.
One talented artist has built up a few custom Grumpy Cat figurines, and even the feline herself approves.
Here’s a gadget that any tinkerer would find a useful addition to their hacking cupboard: an LED tester.
Installing solar panels on your roof can be a great way to reduce your carbon footprint, and they can save you money in the long run. Of course, they can also build up dirt and dust, which can negatively impact their efficiency and power-generating capabilities. What's a homeowner to do? Let a robot do the dirty work, of course.
At school, whenever I got a big project to work on at home to present in class, I’d spend days trying to think up how to make everyone else’s work look drab. Sometimes this worked out, but after seeing this father-daughter Raspberry Pi poster project, looks like I got a taste of my own medicine.
The LHD is currently shut down for repairs, but CERN is taking the opportunity to upgrade the oversized atom-smasher.
Who needs a real Apple computer when you could have an epic Lego version instead?
Penguins with iPads, talking robots, and delicious cakes make up this week's GeekBytes
This amphibious robot can move around thanks to an advanced digital network.
Show your true dedication to pi by knitting a pi blanket, just like this one.
It turns out being a Twitter user can be messy if you have access to a paintball gun and Arduino.