Don't cross your fingers for a refund.
Because a great watch doesn't have to cost a great amount.
It seemed like a good idea at the time.
Hall's Patent Clock Gun was a ...unique solution to a common problem.
Opener of hundreds of bottles.
If you've got one, you're entitled to a full refund.
The Safecast has revolutionized citizen-science.
Shouldn't you be ready to disassemble any gadget you get your hands on?
Leaks show a fixed wing quadcopter designed to observe crops.
From the collective that brought you the 2010 PlayStation hack, a whole new console to play with.
Everything to wear, pack, and power your way out of disaster.
Luckily you won't find it in English.
If you want to keep your beard in check, you're going to need some help.
The down jacket is losing its signature look—and its signature bulk.
There were many attempted answers to the same questions: how do we get people to use a computer?
Apple takes another shot at trying to explain why old batteries slow down iPhones.
It's not super practical, but it sure is novel.
Programmable magnetic fabric could mean a new way to interact with your phone.
And they sound as great as they look.
Perfect for camping.
A new PressureWashr study shows how behemoths rule the tool game.
Finally, a smartwatch that looks like a normal watch.
Mechanical timepieces have used balance springs since they were invented in the 17th century. Finally, there's something new.
All you need is a pencil and a hairdryer.
The Curta Calculator has over a hundred moving parts and is the most advanced mechanical calculator ever built.
With over $1 million in crowdfunding to back it up.