Some unwrapping and assembling may be required. We're not animals.
Channel your inner secret agent
Livin' la vida laser
Broken window repairs not included
Wrist-mounted weaponry brought to you by the letter Y
It is equipped with a video camera and a stun gun to keep criminals at bay
Take one laser cutter, a few dozen paper aliens, and a dash of know-how
An Android-powered pot stirrer and an Xbox controller snack extruder
Not violent, just handy.
A crowd-funded 3-D printing project seeks to make a "some assembly required" gun part.
Inspired by fast-firing anti-aircraft guns
Father's Day -- June 21st -- is right around the corner
See John Carnett's jet-powered ATV first hand, among many other wonders at the New York Hall of Science in Queens
Yes, you read that correctly.
Using air rifle technology
A gun sight that lets a shooter hit his target while staying out of harm's way
You should check your local laws and regulations before firing off your own
A homebuilt superhero suit that looks as good as the silver-screen version
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?
Try this update on a 1961 PopSci project: a cheap and stylish lamp base molded from a plastic bottle
The model shoots fireballs 20 feet into the sky
Bosch reinvents the common nailer, making a smaller tool with the nail-driving power of the big guns
From hacked beer cans to drivable fish tanks, these are the coolest, craziest projects of the year