After acquiring MakerBot, Stratasys makes its first consumer 3D printing push by partnering with UPS.
Get ready to not believe your eyeballs. This is a 600,000-pixel-wide view of Tokyo that you can zoom and pan like a high-definition version of Google Street View.
Ivan Sentch, a New Zealand retro car enthusiast, is 3D printing a replica car using a Solidoodle 2 printing that’s been printing non-stop since Christmas.
Larry Gadea's external graphics card hack won't make you better at Crysis, but it'll make a MacBook Air handle it smoothly.
The Veebot is a new medical robot that could draw your blood with better accuracy than a human nurse. Pesky humans.
Is the Oculus Rift and other HMDs getting to heavy for your head? Nvidia prototyping a new light weight, thin unit that uses Lytro Camera technology.
Electricity and brain-stimulating chemicals mix together in MIT’s extremely successful memory inception experiments on mice.
Party like it’s the 19th century. Lomography revives a nearly two-century-old portrait lens, and makes it work with modern DSLR cameras.
Going through an awkward breakup? Don’t see them, call them, or text them personally. Use the BreakupText app to end a relationship in just a few smartphone taps.
Are Lego bricks too straight and blocky for you? Bird House is a new Lego Cuusoo project that turns Lego into artistic twig birdhouses.
In today’s hardcore Raspberry Pi project, James Couzens machines his own badass water-cooling rig for the computer-on-a-stick.
Release the Kraken! Science goes slightly awry, to spectacular results when setting two chemicals on fire creates a smoldering tentacles show.
After a long line of silly, nerdy t-shirts, Thinkgeek’s latest creation will give you Spiderman Spidey senses.
Always using your phone in the bathroom? Researchers are working on a way for you to recharge your phone with urine.
Don’t have a cute kid around to bear your rings at the wedding? Otavio Good used a quadrocopter to airdrop his matrimony bands at his ceremony.