Tag: DIY

Here's What The Samsung Galaxy S8 Looks Like With A Clear Back Panel [Video]

Ever wondered how a Samsung Galaxy S8 looks like without its back panel? Watch the video to see how you can showcase the phone’s top-of-the-line internal parts.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 28, 2017

Girl Suffers Severe Burns From DIY Slime Project

Do-it-yourself slime projects are not only becoming a craze, but also a safety risk among schoolchildren. The slime-making spree has led to severe burns for an 11-year-old, with doctors suspecting the inadequate dilution of borax used in the project.

Public Health March 30, 2017

How To Replace A Cracked iPhone 7 Plus Screen: A Step-By-Step Guide With Video

Find out how to fix an iPhone 7 Plus that has a cracked screen without having to send it to Apple for repair. YouTube tech guru JerryRigEverything shows us how.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech January 8, 2017

Build Your Own Flying, Crash-Friendly LEGO Drone With These Simple Kits From Flybrix [Video]

LEGOs are already pretty awesome (unless you step on one), but what if you could make them fly? Now you can, with simple DIY kits to build a working, flying drone made of LEGO.

Gadgets September 22, 2016

Bose Outs $149 DIY Speaker For Kids To Teach Them How To Build Hardware

You can get a Bose speaker for just $149, but you'll probably want to let a budding scientist put it together for you. And with the guidance of an iOS companion app, you won't even have to play tech support.

Gadgets June 29, 2016

How To Build Your Own DIY Amazon Echo With Raspberry Pi On The Cheap [VIDEO]

Amazon Echo is appealing, but you feel it’s an overpriced device? YouTube tech expert Novaspirit Tech explains in a video how to build your own version of Amazon Echo, using Raspberry Pi.

Gadgets March 4, 2016

This 'Harry Potter' Clock Works Just Like The One In The Weasley House

One 'Harry Potter' fan decided to use location technology to build a 'magical' clock that works just like the timepiece used by the Weasley family in the novels and movies.

Internet Culture February 17, 2016

You Can Build Your Own BB-8 With A Beach Ball And A Smartphone

A 17-year old wunderkind has built an IRL BB-8 with an Arduino USB microcontroller board, a smartphone and a beach ball.

FUTURE TECH January 27, 2016

US Crops Dwindling From Declining Honeybee Population: Here's How You Can Help From Your Own Home

The bee population is threatened and humans are next if things keep going the way they are now. Find out all about the crisis and what you can do about it in your own simple way.

Earth/Environment December 28, 2015

This Gas-Powered Pencil Sharpener Will Decimate Your Standard No. 2

A DIY gas-powered sharpener made out of an RC toy car engine, pistons and other parts might be a novelty item, but it's as educational as it is entertaining.

Gadgets December 23, 2015

Trick Or Treat! Try This Zombie Mouth Cupcake Recipe To Sink Your Teeth Into

Scare your party guests or trick-or-treaters with this Halloween zombie mouth cupcake. Be careful though, or this cupcake just might be the one to take a bite out of you.

Internet Culture October 13, 2015

Black Whopper And Green Poop Plus Other Unconventional Halloween Couple's Costumes

Brace yourselves: crazy Halloween costume ideas are coming. If you are a couple who wants to go as something a bit 'different' this Halloween, this is the list you've been waiting for.

Internet Culture October 12, 2015

Makerarm Is A Robotic Arm That Lends A Hand To DIYers

The Makerarm is a robotic arm that does everything from 3D printing to drilling to drawing. It is like the Swiss Army Knife of robots.

Gadgets October 7, 2015

The littleBits Store Wants To Turn Customers Into Inventors

Sure, you can buy littleBits products online. However, there's so much more to a visit to the littleBits store in New York's Soho neighborhood than just buying something.

Gadgets September 18, 2015

Adafruit's Limor Fried Ushers In A Cool New Age for Hobby Electronics

Not Just For Nerds: Adafruit Industries is infusing new life in the fusty world of hobby electronics.

Gadgets September 11, 2015

Barnes & Noble Planning A Mini Maker Faire For Adults And Children

Barnes & Noble will host a Mini Maker Faire in its stores across the U.S., giving both children and adults the opportunity to learn how to bring their ideas to life.

September 10, 2015

This 8-Year-Old Is Making A 3D Printable Smartwatch For Kids

Omkar's O Watch is a DIY smartwatch kit designed by a kid for kid programers and makers.

Wearable Tech September 9, 2015

Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Cereal Now Comes With A Cardboard VR Viewer For Consumers In New Zealand

If you live in New Zealand and eat Kellogg's Nutri-Grain cereal, you will be able to use the empty box as a cardboard VR viewer that works with an accompanying app to provide a 360-degree virtual experience.

Gadgets September 9, 2015

This DIY Flashlight Is Powered By Dead Batteries

You should think twice before throwing away those dead batteries. You may be able to breathe new life into them with this recently published DIY flashlight project.

Gadgets July 31, 2015

North Carolina Couple Tries Out Homemade Shark Cages - Made Of PVC Pipes

A North Carolina couple has created shark cages out of PVC Pipes. A video of the couple wading into the water with the cages on has gone viral on social media.

Society July 22, 2015

Forget Laser Pointers: Check Out This Homemade 'Laser Shotgun' [Video]

Make your own laser shotgun. Just be careful where you point that thing!

Geek June 8, 2015

Sweets For Geeks: Here's How To Make Lego Gummy Candy [Video]

Add some geeky spice to your sweet snacks.

Geek May 27, 2015

Thinking Of A DIY Internet Of Things Project? This Arduino Starter Kit Now Sells For $75

For those who like to tinker with computers and build things with their own hands while using some of their creative and imaginative skills, Arduino is offering a starter kit that allows users to configure a variety of things.

FUTURE TECH May 27, 2015

Cardboard All The Way: Affordable Gaming Experience With Cardboard VR Viewer, Controller

Gamers can now get a more immersive VR experience by using a cardboard VR controller that works with any VR viewer. Plus, check out the video of other cardboard smartphone accessories.

Geek May 21, 2015

Best Tech City In The World: London vs. San Francisco vs. New York City #LondonTechCity

We attended #LondonTechCity in New York City at the MoMA Design Store where we chatted with tech entrepreneurs about their latest products and the state of the London tech scene.

Start Ups May 17, 2015

Brain Control On A Budget: Gadget Allows Users To Control Someone Else’s Arm

DIY neuroscience company Backyard Brains has developed an inexpensive device that allows users to control part of another person’s body with their brains.

Gadgets May 8, 2015

Try DIY Remedies For Earth Day

Honor Mother Nature by whipping up treatment recipes that trade chemicals for organic ingredients found in the pantry.

Internet Culture April 22, 2015

Michelle Phan's New ICON Lifestyle Video Network Could Be A Game Changer

Michelle Phan conquered YouTube. Now she is hoping to change the way we watch online videos with the launch of the new lifestyle network ICON.

Internet Culture April 1, 2015

The 7 Best DIY Ugly Christmas Sweater Ideas

Happy National Ugly Christmas Sweater Day! You can make your very own ugly Christmas sweater at home with some knickknacks, a hot glue gun and a whole lot of imagination.

Internet Culture December 12, 2014

LittleBits DIY Smart Home Kit Will Make You Feel Smart: Here's How

The startup company littleBits has released a new electronic DIY kit that can make old home appliances work smarter. The kit includes a number of easy-to-assemble projects with brand new littleBits modules.

FUTURE TECH November 19, 2014

New Apple iMac with 5K Retina display gets iFixit teardown treatment

The new 27" iMac with Retina boast a display that surpasses most HDTV's on the market today. Inside the machine, the iMac is virtually identical to previous year's model, making it a mid-range repair job for the adept DIY-er.

Geek October 21, 2014

Want to build a robot? Harvard gives you the Soft Robotics Toolkit

Harvard University and Trinity College Dublin have teamed up to bring robotics enthusiasts the Soft Robotics Toolkit, a website resource to get novices and professionals off the ground on their own robotic builds and projects.

Geek September 27, 2014

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