Actually, maybe we should make that workbench-top.
Arduino based kit lets you build a working GSM cellphone, unlocked and contract-free.
Ardumower is Roomba's free-range, open-source cousin for your lawn.
3D printing works by creating individual components of an item, which are later assembled. Laser prototyping is done by shooting lasers at stuff.
If you've ever wanted to step inside a life-size version of the Millennium Falcon, you're in luck. This fan-built to scale replica might just make you feel like the Jedi Master himself.
Well, that's just about the freakiest thing we've ever seen.
There's no coding required, just plug in whatever combination of sensors and control systems you want to maximize your gaming awesomeness.
This DIY Game Boy is actually a clever teaching aid in the quest for the next generation of hackers.
New flexible touchscreen interfaces can be printed out and cut to size for just about any DIY project.
Sorry lazy costume shoppers, but DIY was the name of the game for this year's New York Comic Con, where cosplayers took to the drawing board — and to Home Depot — to conjure up real-world costumes of their favorite fictional characters.