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backyard

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Can you build a backyard theater on the cheap?

You don't have to spend thousands of dollars to enjoy open-air cinema. But you'll still need brisk popcorn sales to cover some hardware costs.

By Apr. 26, 2013

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Fry an egg with a solar-powered backyard death ray

Using a Fresnel lens taken from an old rear-projection TV, a tinkerer channels the heat of the sun into a 2,000-degree ray.

By Mar. 11, 2013

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Huawei opens shop in Nokia's backyard in Europe expansion

The Chinese telecommunications vendor says it is investing $90 million in the Finland facility over the next five years, and plans to double its work force in Europe over the next three to five year.

By Dec. 10, 2012

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A cell phone tower in your backyard?

If you received a letter that a cell phone carrier was installing a new tower near your house, would a desire for better service trump other concerns?

By May. 10, 2011

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Electrifying giants in your backyard

American architecture firm designs transmission towers shaped like giant figures to transform the Icelandic landscape. But the idea could easily cross borders.

By Aug. 13, 2010

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Building a backyard rocket launcher (photos)

Creative Crave reader Kevin Shoemaker devised a multiple-rocket launcher out of off-the-shelf parts and a $5 toolbox.

6 Images By Aug. 21, 2010

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Fold-down grill transforms the backyard

The Sigmafocus fold-up barbecue grill is a compact innovative design that mounts directly to the wall.

By May. 21, 2010

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Backyard wind turbine? There's an app for that

Small wind turbine company Mariah Power teams with developer to make an application that uses the iPhone microphone to measure wind speed.

By Nov. 4, 2009

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Outdoor kitchen cabinets for the backyard gourmet

These stainless steel outdoor kitchen cabinets make it easy for you to create professional results in your yard.

By Apr. 8, 2009

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A 102-inch HDTV for the backyard

It's waterproof and can function in temperatures from -40 to more than 120 degrees Fahrenheit.

By May. 20, 2008