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Stylish DIY Pokedex cover helps with Pokemon Go battery woes

Sparkfun user Nick Poole has created a handy DIY Pokedex smartphone cover that adds 2,600mAh to your device's battery life.

By 19 July 2016


​YouTuber says 'deal with it,' using a DIY robot

Robotics video-blogger Simone Giertz shows off a robot that places sunglasses on her face so she can become a live-action meme.

By 8 July 2016


Build your own $1,500 talking robot with this DIY kit

Robi the robot dances, walks and speaks English and Mandarin. The bad news is you'll need to collect 70 issues of a weekly magazine before you get all the parts.

By 7 July 2016


BOSEbuild Speaker Cube kit teaches kids the power of DIY

Just in time for summer, Bose is releasing a step-by-step build kit that breaks down the science of sound and shows kids how to build their own functioning Bluetooth speaker.

By 30 June 2016


DIY phone camera lenses and filters

Use these everyday items to make your own phone camera accessories, including a macro lens and ring light.

By 19 June 2016


Spice up your photos with these DIY lenses and filters

Get creative with your phone photography using these filters, lenses and add-ons that you can make yourself.

By 18 June 2016


Shoot amazing photos with this DIY filter for your phone's camera

Take stunning photos with these simple, homemade camera filters.

11 Images By 5 June 2016


Grow vegetables in your kitchen with this easy DIY growing system

Indoor growing systems can be a great way to have fresh produce at your fingertips. Systems like Foop and Grove Ecosystem can be a bit pricey, though. You can make your own growing system in a few hours for much less.

7 Images By 24 May 2016


The fantastic DIY world of Maker Faire (pictures)

More than 150,000 curious and creative visitors are expected over the weekend to Maker Faire, where projects rule and ideas come to life.

25 Images By 23 May 2016


DIY 'Iron Man' arc reactor built from cardboard, phone battery, tuna can

You don't need to spend a lot of money to make a legit Tony Stark costume. Proof: this Redditor's arc reactor made with household trash.

By 10 May 2016