The software company known for projects as far afield as One World Trade Center and Grand Theft Auto is bringing its tools to DIY-ers tinkering fixes to everyday problems.
Why toy with digital emojis when you can impress others with smiley faces, cats and poop symbols made from solid oak by "Parks and Recreation" actor -- and craftsman -- Nick Offerman?
Carpenter Richard van As made his own digits after losing his fingers in an accident. Now he's helping kids by 3D-printing prosthetics and running an Indiegogo campaign.
One lucky kitty gets a sweet "Star Wars" playhouse, for conquering the enemy and sharpening her claws.
Let's face it. Your keyboard isn't attractive, but this one is.
More and more entrepreneurs are turning their product ideas into prototypes with the help of high-tech tools. The CEO of TechShop talks about the impact on the evolving DIY movement.
Science buff Richard Handl decided to split atoms at home in his free time, and the authorities weren't too pleased about it.
Road Trip 2010: CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman visited Thomas Edison National Historic Park and got a close-up look at the great inventor's labs, manufacturing facilities and his house.
When Crave reader Amit Jain couldn't find an iPad stand he liked, he didn't waste any time building his own.
Sweden's Swedx strikes U.K. deal to sell wooden LCDs.