The brainchild of a former Apple engineer, the TaskOne now on Indiegogo basically turns an iPhone case into multiple tools.
Georgia Tech researchers aim to build a "MacGyver robot" that knows how to use nearby objects to escape risky situations. Hopefully it won't sport a mullet.
Designed to harness your inner MacGyver, this heavy-duty holster stows an impressive 22 tools. But are they any good?
In separate moves, the two broadcasters expand the reach of their apps for watching shows remotely, letting more gadget owners see ABC's live broadcasts and CBS' catch-up programming. Plus: "Star Trek."
Follow these maintenance tips to keep your Roomba running at peak performance (and have a little fun disassembling its parts).
Need a way to prop up your phone? Channel your inner MacGyver and turn some ordinary household objects into perfect stands.
With hundreds of improvised weapons and cars to use against the zombie horde, you can unleash your inner MacGyver of carnage.
Plus: Join the Cheapskate's second DietBet, your chance to lose weight and make a few bucks in the process.
An amateur photographer shares how he captured beautiful images of the supermoon using his iPhone and a telescope.
Sony's upcoming PlayStation 4 event opens the floodgates for questions about the hardware and forces us to consider what must be included this go-around.