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Check out the maker-made companies that caught our eye at CES, plus Kickstarter highlights low-quantity projects with their Make 100 program.
Donald Bell offers a brief tutorial on setting up a Raspberry Pi computer and a project-partitioned hard drive.
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download and cut this cool customizeable octopus lamp
We take a look at wire bonding, a method for connecting integrated circuits in semiconductor manufacturing.
CES always brings the latest and greatest electronics. This year, the common theme was devices that are smart, connected, and aim to make your life easier and more automated.
Of all electronics tools, the multimeter is the most essential. Understand what to look for and how to use it to get the most out of your projects.
This 8-legged walker bot has a high-stepping gait that defeats obstacles, and you can build it with Lego.
We look back at some of our favorite shop short-cuts, tips, tricks, and hacks for 2016.
Ben and Felix are about to make many gamers happy
Spin up your favorite-color Legos to sequence sound samples in endless combos.
Check out the same item 3D printed with filament, 3D printed with resin, and milled from wood.
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