It's even got a skylight.
The Argonaut Jr. 2010 drives along the seafloor
Like writing? Like DIY? Then Popular Science wants you!
Two years, $4,385, and some homemade ingenuity can get you this underwater ride
A solar-powered lamp, fingerprint-powered coffee machine and more of the best ideas in gear
Supercharge your streaming
Six tips to keep your inbox under control.
Instructions not included: what the vanishing manual says about us
The latest models come with A/C, shark paint jobs and quick-scuttle technology to easily sink the ship (and the drugs inside them)
Lights, smartphone camera, action
A disaster simulation that's a lot of fun.
Our experts geek out on your toughest questions
Give new life to an old machine.
Madeline Gannon wants to unlock the designer in all of us.
Spend a lot of money online? These tips could help you spend a bit less.
Fill their holiday season with reading material.
Never say die
Get around those region limits
Globetrot from the comfort of the couch
DIY computer repair.
Automate your house
Gear up and look up
Broadcast your play to Twitch or YouTube.
Cover your tracks in any web browser.
Type faster from home row all the way up that tricky "Q."
Don't just assume that sore throat is a sign of cancer.
Seven steps to protect your new tech and load it with apps you actually want.
All the privacy settings in your browser and how they work.
With some PVC pipe, a video camera and a laptop, one father-and-son team explores the deep
Pump up the jam. Pump it up.
The assistant is IN the computer!?
Home Depot is closing its last seven big-box stores in China, citing a lack of a DIY ethos among the Chinese. But while sales may be flat, China's maker culture still thrives. Have YOU ever built yourself a helicopter?
Don't throw your money into the app-byss
How to build shortcuts for your digital assistant.
Here comes the rain again...
Contributing editor Vin Marshall, takes on a second Radioshack DIY project, focusing on his musical side
Who'd have guessed? The Swedes make the manliest gear around
Peek inside the guts of a classic engine
Pad enables skiers and snowboarders to pull off tricks safely
Release your inner Spielberg.
Give your cybernetic “toaster” a new set of eyes
Two mechanics on a remote outpost build a “snow chopper” out of salvaged parts
Fourteen days worth of revolutionary green building in just a few minutes
A case in which the conventional wisdom is scientifically inaccurate
A DIY workshop helped Marc Roth find a job. Now he's helping others overcome poverty.
Keeping dogs, cats, and llamas on their feet
How the new movie redesigned an iconic prop
Episode 3, Part I:
From robots to crocheted videogame consoles
Try this update on a 1961 PopSci project: a cheap and stylish lamp base molded from a plastic bottle
Our Green Dream builder conjures a steel sculpture that will also get people to the second floor
An easy way to send a TV signal anywhere
This year's must-have convergence device gets a lot cooler with a few essential extras.
The true test of trust in science
The tale of a teen physics prodigy
Why be a read-only member of the blogosphere? Use these cheap and easy tools to start your own
Q: Are those Web sites offering free iPods
Carnett has an automotive setback
Fill your favorite nerd's stocking with Make's holiday gift guide
Use your computer for days even if you're away from civilization.
A simple surgical solution to neater meat
Custom fabrication is becoming easier and easier
A cleaner wash feeds back water as you shower
The Breakdown looks at the physics of a remarkable feat
Use your own headphones with this quick and easy adapter solution from the neighborhood Radioshack
Columnist Chris Hackett prepares for life after the apocalypse
Build eyewear that flips your perspective around
No need to inhale if you learn how to blow smoke rings with a bottle
Andy Cavatorta is a surreal Stradivari
Mary Poppins would be proud
Field & Stream has put together one killer menu for the perfect summer barbecue.
Heart-rate monitor with built-in GPS gives endurance athletes their first accurate tool for tracking pace and distance.
A hands-on investigation into the myth and reality of the original anti-werewolf weapon: silver bullets