TinyTesla allows anyone to build a Tesla coil that shoots arcs of electricity and plays simple MIDI music files.
Weird science! Some California makers wanted to know if the sparks from a Tesla coil could roast marshmallows, so they built one to find out.
Honoured at the famous Abbey Road Studios, Alan Dower Blumlein pioneered all kinds of technologies before his untimely death during a top-secret wartime mission.
Telling time involves mental arithmetic with the open-source Binary Wristwatch, a gloriously geeky way to mark the hours.
To cut down on electricity wastage from boiling too much water, the Miito uses induction technology to heat water right in the cup.
The Audiophiliac looks back on the long and distinguished career of this New York-based maker of speakers, turntables, headphones and more.
Artist Kyle Machulis records sounds hidden within Autodesk's modern industrial workshop in San Francisco, creating a jarring and oddly beautiful mechanical symphony.
How can an electric field cook your dinner? Through the science of induction. In our latest Appliance Science column, we look at how induction cooktops work.
It looks like an enormous mosquito coil, but the Slingatron is designed to be a cheaper way to put bulk cargo into orbit.
The Audiophiliac tests the NAD C 356BEE integrated amplifier.