This how-to guide includes a video on how to wall mount a TV, along with other tips and tricks about the process. Step-by-step, we'll take you through what you have to do to successfully get your TV on your wall.
A biohacker, pharmahacker, and two bioethicists walk into a bar. We ordered them a metaphorical round and had a chat about the risks and rewards of DIY medicine — from unsanctioned gene therapy to medication made on the kitchen counter.
You can't 3D print a full piece of furniture, but you can 3D print joints that make building your own furniture a snap. In this article, we'll show you how to do just that, and create an awesome tripod end table that's partially 3D printed
In this installment of Weekend Workshop, we show you how to build a classy record stand that makes milk crates look downright barbaric. Better yet, it doesn't require any glue, screws, or even very many tools to build!
Sometimes they die of old age, and sometimes people put the wrong items down them. Whatever the reason is your disposal needs replacing, this guide can help you pick out and install a garbage disposal for your home.
Tired of reciting your Wi-Fi password every time your houseguests want to connect to your network? We've got a solution for you: NFC drink coasters that automatically grant guests access to your Wi-Fi when they tap their phones on them.
You can never have enough bottle openers. In this article, we'll show you how to build one that not only looks good on your wall, but also collects all the beer caps with a powerful rare-earth magnet that's hidden in the back. Check it out!
Thanks to Google, you can now get your hands on a fully functional cardboard VR headset for around 20 bucks. That's pretty cheap -- but what you might not realize is that you can build a DIY version for even cheaper.
If your computer is starting to slow down, there are a number of options for rejuvenating its performance, and one of them is upgrading the memory capacity. Here's how to install RAM for a quick boost to your PC.
Don't have a garage full of tools? Don't worry -- with this super clever trick, you'll be able to build a gorgeous mid-century end table using little more than a saw, some glue, and a roll of packing tape.