The Purest of Makers Use a Programmable Electric Screwdriver

If you're addicted to tinkering, to the point where even your tools are fair game, you might want to consider Ingersoll Rand when shopping for a cordless drill. The company's awfully-named QXX2PT08PQ4 QX Series precision screwdriver can actually be programmed via a USB connection to your computer, letting you create… » 1/31/14 4:40pm 1/31/14 4:40pm

Swapping Bits On This Semi-Auto Screwdriver Is Like Reloading a Hand…

You'll never be lacking the necessary bit with Worx's new semi-automatic electric screwdriver that uses reloadable cartridges and a slide-action mechanism to switch tips. Just be careful not to wander into any convenience stores with it after doing repairs, because one look at the screwdriver and the clerk will be… » 9/27/12 5:20pm 9/27/12 5:20pm

Scottish Scientists Invent "Sonic Screwdriver"

Part Tricorder and part lock-pick, Dr. Who's famous all-in-one device could handle any crisis—save deadlock seals. Now, researchers from Dundee University have replicated at least some of the screwdriver's functionality with a machine capable of lifting and turning suspended objects. » 4/19/12 10:00pm 4/19/12 10:00pm

Dr. Who Sonic and Laser Screwdrivers Are Really Vibrators In Disguise

I mean, come on » 9/03/08 8:30am 9/03/08 8:30am. Look at these two. Dr. Who Sonic vs Laser Screwdrivers? Dr. Who? When was the last time you travelled back in time? Hello? How hard is to actually go to an online sex-shop and anonymously order the real thing? They come in the same brown cardboard UPS package, do we really have to pretend this is a…