If you really want to show off your DIY skills, Arduino projects can be useful, beautiful, and downright impressive. Unfortunately, some also require some serious skill. Check out 10 of our current favorites.
The Raspberry Pi has a lot of different uses, including morphing an old Burger King Game Boy Color toy into one of the cutest emulators to walk the earth. That's what one guy thought and found someone already doing it.
The latest tutorial from Make magazine shows you how to build a device that'll disable a drone in an instant. It uses a telnet connection to hijack a drone and a Raspberry Pi to send commands remotely.
Building a camera equipped, micro-PC is now cheaper than ever, as the $5 Raspberry Pi Zero now comes equipped with a connector to hook up the Pi Foundations' camera module, letting you get imaging for less.
Looking for a DAC/tube amp combo to power your headphones or feed your other stereo gear but don't have a lot of cash to spend? Now all you need is a Raspberry Pi and this $120 kit, now on Kickstarter.
The Raspberry Pi's optional camera sensor accessory finally received an upgrade to Sony's IMX219 mobile device sensor, offering 8.08 million active pixels for the same $25 price tag. The previous board only provided a 5MP camera sensor…
Sick of the slow and unpredictable broadband speeds you get from your Internet service provider? Build this simple monitoring device to log your speeds throughout the day and hold your ISP accountable.