The $249 set comes with 14 magnetically connecting modules that can be made into different combinations in minutes to create do-it-yourself "smart" appliances out of "dumb" ones.
The New York startup unveils its new Smart Home Kit for $249, offering a way for do-it-yourselfers to create doorbells, pet fish feeders or open-refrigerator alarms.
The snap-together circuits, a 21st-century successor to old-school engineering toys like our treasured Legos, now connect to the Internet, giving children terrifying new power.
Kids (and adults) can build a Mars Rover model and wirelessly send music to their International Space Station model with a new Space Kit.
On Road Trip 2015, CNET takes a look at the tech scene in the Big Apple, and how it has quietly emerged from the ashes of the failed "Silicon Alley."
Crave's Eric Mack and his daughter express big excitement over littleBits, a color-coded magnetic playground for miniature makers-in-training.
The open-source "Lego of the future" takes it next steps.
Let your geek side loose this Halloween by using a Hack-o-Lantern kit to turn a regular pumpkin into a light-up boo machine.
Using Bluetooth modules and a drag-and-drop software builder, SAM is a kit that allows you to build almost anything you can dream up.
Get your creative juices flowing and learn how electronics work with this week's Crave giveaway prize, two littleBits starter kits filled with magnetic circuit boards.