When my Jeep needed more storage, I learned how to build it with the help of a metalworker.
For when you really need to escape reality.
The story of U.S. Patent Number 9,168,044.
The films most worth watching in the genre that ignites your imagination.
A guide to all 115 parts inside Facebook's video chat gadget.
The story of U.S. Patent Application No. 62/436,808
We give you options, from a quick fix to professional grade.
For when only a war film will do.
A subgenre with surprising versatility.
In which ice stands in for steel, and plywood stands in for ice.
The story of U.S. Patent Number 7,460,931.
Number one: try not to crash your plane.
The computer-science-philosophy-horror film was a good movie in 2015, but it's a perfect movie now.
So why isn't it everywhere by now?
Set your devices free.
A guide to all 115 parts inside a smart lock.
You better be familiar with masonry, patient, and not afraid of heights.
The overlap in the Venn diagram between "kitchen tools" and "gadgets" is a glorious place.
Who says it has to be boring?
I became very well acquainted with a circular saw.
There are a few simple things you can do that might help.
A plane without moving parts isn’t even the half of it.
You can do most things better with two hands.
Virgin Hyperloop One is coming up on the point of no return.
Truth is sometimes stranger—and better-written, and more entertaining—than fiction.
Because no one likes a sticky situation.
With a key, you should be able to figure it out on your own.
The most ambitious project humans have put in space has been a knowledge-making powerhouse.