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The Noisebridge hacker space offers sewing and Mandarin classes, soldering workshops, Internet-controlled front door access, and a server room with no door.
CNET UK has scanned aeons of audiovisual entertainment, discarded everything related to cats, Miley Cyrus and US healthcare, and found ten tech-related clips that genuinely made us LOL
TV-B-Gone is now open source, which may spark the creativity of aspiring engineers.
Gizmodo crew goes wild with TV-B-Gone at CES.
Using an open-source kit called the TV-B-Gone, it's possible for anyone to build a device that they can use to turn off annoying televisions.
Gathering in New York brings together the hacker community for sessions on hacking the usual (computer systems) and not so usual (the media, food, and sex).
Do-it-yourself hacker team creates video series to show people how to hack everyday electronics.
A keychain remote can seize control surreptitiously.
The "T-1000 Cell Phone Jammer" does just that.
Love him or hate him, Gawker Media videographer and prankster Richard Blakeley knows how to get people to come out to a party.