Modder Eddie Zarick took one PlayStation 4 and one Xbox One and put them into one laptop. Because, why not, really.
Black & Decker's RapidRoller's frame pivots to three positions so that you can use it for different angles and jobs. It also sucks paint right out of the can through special lids and stores it in its body. The paint can then be applied to the roller with a squeeze of the handle. And to guard against your brilliant…
I know. It'll save lives when the time comes, but that doesn't make this parachute jump simulator look any less stupid, with soldiers hanging there like sausages, looking around and moving levels and ropes. [Daily Mail]
Some people (hello, hypochondriacs!) feel safer carrying around a first aid kit. Others—like many of you reading this right now—can only feel truly prepared if they're packing a few resistors, transistors and capacitors. Me, it's a miniUSB cable.
Mayhem. That's what you get. Modder "Goteking" hollowed out a Game Boy, and stuck a HTC Aria in, to peek through the Game Boy's screen. Not to mention a fake white iPhone 4 for the back. Why? Err...
Federal authorities in the first-of-its-kind game-console–modding criminal trial abruptly dropped their prosecution here Thursday, "based on fairness and justice." What happened?
Not that I'm suggesting you try it out, naturally. But if you had to ensure something—or someone—slept for a very long time with the fishes, Modder D. Heiße's concrete PC mod is heavy enough to do the job.
If I still watched movies on DVD and I still had my NES lying around, I would spend my entire weekend trying to make this Nintendo NES DVD player. It's just beautiful. I love what he did with the NES controller.
With one foot in the present and another firmly in the past, these DIY instructions will turn that beautiful vintage typewriter in the attic into an awesome part of your digital routine. And give you some serious literary street cred.
Being in the midst of a complex legal battle hasn't stopped Dell from being able to have bit of fun, with the unit-shifter unveiling a collection of laptops featuring designs from crowd-sourced t-shirt maker Threadless.
If you have a face or body that's wider than the national average due to some ongoing "glandular" issues, you might want to modify your webcam to help fit it all into one wide-angle shot. Here's how.
Got a spare couple of hours ahead of you? Get busy with some paper, scissors and a magnifying glass—oh, and your iPhone.
A rusty car squeals to a halt in the 7-Eleven car-park. Out steps a tracksuit-bedecked man, boombox on shoulder. Sauntering over to the rival gang-leader, he presses a button on the boombox. Out filters Ecco The Dolphin's ambient keyboard notes.
This typewriter will look familiar to many of you—in fact, your parents might still have one tucked away, like mine do. I'm willing to bet your 'rents didn't have a giant red joystick sticking out of theirs, though.
Looking more Fisher Price than Nintendo, the guts of an N64 have been squeezed into the bright red handheld case by modder Bacteria, who spent four months slaving away on it devotedly. There's a 5-inch screen, built-in speakers...and rumble pak!