On this week's Mailbag, we address your condom concerns, international complaints, and find out how to strip a wire like Chuck Norris.
The new tablet gets the very Apple-esque score of 2 out of 10 for repairability, due mainly to its hard-to-find screws and "copious amounts of adhesive."
The moviegoing experience is about to get more interactive in Japan with "Iron Man" 3 debuting in 4DX, complete with tilting seats and smells.
The best preamps are expensive, but this Kickstarter project is seeking funding for a bona fide audiophile-grade preamp, with prices starting at $100!
Forget candy. The coolest treat for Halloween this year is a playable pumpkin Tetris rigged with 128 LED lights.
Peek at this technological twist on the mandala -- a common symbol seen in Eastern religion -- made of microchips and other miscellaneous electronic components.
Next week is the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouts. In its honor, Adafruit Industries is launching DIY merit awards. Release a high-altitude balloon? Here's your badge.
Get out the Raid! This fabrication method allows for myriad small, insect-like robots to be assembled in sheets.
Homegrown electronics manufacturer Parallax is empowering a wave of DIY robotics, from flying quadcopters to programmable robots.
Justin Gershenson-Gates makes incredibly complex mechanical bugs out of components found in decades-old timepieces. Crave checks in with the artist and his creepy-crawlies.