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.
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.
The 'Make' magazine editor was said to be seen toting a carry-on bag with an imprint of a handgun. For Torrone, it's just the latest tweak at society's boundaries and conventions.