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Last-minute digital presents you can send on Christmas Eve.
Don't give away your plans.
Some unwrapping and assembling may be required. We're not animals.
For a clutter-free celebration.
With paper, scissors, and tape—no gift bags required.
What to give someone before overstaying your welcome.
Five ways to print your pics.
Give them as a DIY gift
What candy can teach us about wrapping perfectly round objects
Holiday presents for the tots on your list
For the friend whose life is a Pinterest board
Fill your favorite nerd's stocking with Make's holiday gift guide
Tech is for everyone.
Newton was born on January 4th, 1643 (depending on the calendar you use)
For all the nerdy sweeties out there
Father's Day -- June 21st -- is right around the corner
It's that time of year again when we express our appreciation for dear old dad. If your father is like most, he can be difficult to shop for. But don't panic, DEWALT has your back with some great gift ideas that will make the most fastidious father jump for joy.
Give it to a home-improvement enthusiast with a mouth full of nails
The winners from the PopSci/InnoCentive challenge--check out these amazing classes any middle-school kid would love to take
Fill their holiday season with reading material.
The ultimate gift guide for friends and family members who desperately need to improve their home-improvement skills
Vancouver based photographer Sharon Tenenbaum shares her tips.
Don't just dump your old mobile
Protect your accounts, avoid scams, and keep randos off your Wi-Fi.
Introducing a new collection from PopSci's truly mad scientist
These cosplays are incredible
Popsci.com showcases some of the coolest entries so far
A new book/kit combo lets you make your own little LED-eyed critters
View your history and get better recommendations.
With the right mix of metals, you can make an alloy that turns to liquid at any temperature you choose
Say “I love you” with an “I Love ST” board
Three ways to use your camera for citizen science
How you can help our furry friends
High school student helps design accessible notation
Bath fizzies for all your holiday gift needs
A glass of instant Kool-Aid requires eight ounces of water and a surprising amount of innovation
Be amusing, not irritating.
Don't destroy what you love.
Tips for choosing the right card, understanding the benefits, and getting the most money out of your rewards.
Avoid detangling duty next year.
Stop and smell the tomatoes. No, seriously, it helps.
Cover your tracks in any web browser.
A story about plant children to brighten your day.
Turn sour old wine into a beautiful holiday gift -- thanks to science
Plus a lamp resembling bone tissue and a guitar with Strat-like sound
For any kind of caliper you want
In the conclusion of our three-part series, we'll put the finishing touches on our custom home-built Hackintosh PC running OS X
11 apps to build your real-world social network.
Your literary empire starts here.
Start by tossing out the idea that you need to sit perfectly straight.
Seven steps to protect your new tech and load it with apps you actually want.
What will happen to your photos and passwords?
An extra panel system called ZIP saves the day
A team of biohackers is attempting to modify the human sensory spectrum.
Throw together some DIY draft stoppers.
Build an electromagnetic superhero hammer that responds to your touch
Glue those shattered feelings back together.
Specific answers for specific needs.
It's easier than buying a second computer monitor.
Trick your brain into putting down the device.
A conductive-ink gift for your sweetheart
These STEM efforts fuse physics and math with the joy of invention—just add glue.
Be ready for anything life throws your way.
An Ohio inventor's cargo box has drawn interest from major shipping companies, but now faces years of FAA review
Grab some PVC pipes and other supplies, then get ready to fire.
Your phone is your new Swiss knife.
The DIY project catches whoever's hogging the tap, and charges for intake accordingly.
The NYC Makers show puts artists and DIY-ers in the spotlight.
Add a whiff of cheer.
How to preempt and combat abuse online.
Make your yard beautiful—and environmentally-friendly, too.
Don't let your clean clothes dirty the planet.
We assemble the choicest nerdy nuggets of everyday wisdom from the brightest tech minds around. Start your education now!
Plus: two more strange Kinect projects
There are options besides Donald Trump and Sexy Pizza Rat...
Keep your digital memories safe
Hint: Use quadrants
Career upgrades via mobile.
Safely buy and sell your products.
Send your trash beyond the point of no return.
The social media behemoth is watching.
Do more with your favorite communication app.
Get more out of Google Photos and Apple Photos.
All's fair in love.
Do your good deed for the day.