Release your inner Spielberg.
You already have the tools to shoot short videos. Here´s how to share them with the world online
Today's easy-to-use video-editing software can turn tedious raw footage into a flick you'll want to watch again
Make everything look and sound great.
Supercharge your streaming
Ready, player one?
Instant delivery, and no wrapping required.
How to make a spark-spitting special effects rig out of mischmetal
An accessory that makes you feel -- literally -- like you're in the videogame you're playing
It's their own fault for wearing green on the internet
Get more out of Google Photos and Apple Photos.
A designer chooses an unlikely material as the basis for his newest audio project: slime
Take macOS to the next level.
Preserve your baby videos forever.
Get more from your television.
The best picks for the advanced tablet.
The picks you need.
How to digitize your media.
Goodbye Google, hello Apple.
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We assemble the choicest nerdy nuggets of everyday wisdom from the brightest tech minds around. Start your education now!
The basics that will change your life.
Do you know what an IP rating is?
With the lights out, it's less dangerous.
Resist the sway of flashy numbers and overemphasized specs.
Hang on to your memories.
Throw together this pint-sized light-sensitive Theremin for spooky sci-fi sound effects on the cheap
Turn on, tune in, sit back.
Last-minute digital presents you can send on Christmas Eve.
How to stay entertained without having to pay.
Dust off that old Xbox, add a little free software, and get your movies and songs into the living room where they belong
Grab that screengrab
Use Apple's black box like an expert
Across five of the most popular apps.
A history of information crime, from the secret Chinese recipe for tea production to massive data breaches at Google and Sony
Tips and apps for peace of mind
Everything you need to know.
Unleash your inner mad scientist
Catch your favorite shows pretty much anywhere.
Specific answers for specific needs.
Step up your video game.
Motion-triggered monster heads, a witchesâ€™ brew of liquid nitrogen, a projector rigged for fright, and more. Here, our favorite high-tech haunting tricks made easy
The model shoots fireballs 20 feet into the sky
Top-quality software that costs nothing.
Promote your work like a pro.
A no-touch system tracks your health
Or a classic console. Or Windows 95.
Whether by mail or broadband, the latest new releases are coming straight to your living room
It's like Netflix on your PC
Tailored just for your taste.
Need tips on controlling your bladder? Urine luck.
A gun sight that lets a shooter hit his target while staying out of harm's way
The documented teardown has become a necessary part of any gadget's release. But why do we feel this need to take our gear apart?
Don't waste time hunting down content.
Stick it to those fancy recommendation algorithms and do it yourself.
Any scientist can tell you how people catch fire in the movies. Only our columnist sets himself ablaze
Boost your productivity
How to make any time naptime.
Think of the children.
A hack that takes the limits off Apple's video-streaming box
Assemble a system that notifies you when someone's at your door
A homebuilt superhero suit that looks as good as the silver-screen version
In part two of our three-part Hackintosh guide, we'll walk you through the most complex step: selecting all the individual components for your homebuilt OS X PC
The winners from the PopSci/InnoCentive challenge--check out these amazing classes any middle-school kid would love to take
Questions and answers with MIT's Lego educator
The revolution is already here
Steps to reducing your battery anxiety
We're bringing stylus back (yeah).
Make the most of your smartphone.
The digital subscriptions you should be signing up for.
Use Apple's media streamer to surf the Web, connect with your iPhone, and watch non-iTunes videos on your flat-screen
Don't miss your viewing window.
Log video and audio conversations on any device.
Extra channels, parental controls, and, uh... x-ray vision?
Don't settle for slowdowns.
No internet, no problem.
Two views are better than one.
From Apple to Google.
An open-source, lightweight, personalized prosthetic hand
The NYC Makers show puts artists and DIY-ers in the spotlight.
A team of biohackers is attempting to modify the human sensory spectrum.
Make photos the old-fashioned way, from start to finish.
Alexa vs Siri vs Google Assistant vs Cortana vs Bixby.
Built for the big screen.
Good news: These bloodsuckers can't jump.
For photos you'll actually want to post on social media.
A story about plant children to brighten your day.
No, you can't just throw food in the woods.