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Four simple ways to use a cordless drill while cooking: as a mixer, a pepper grinder, a cheese grater, and a dish scrubber.
The definitive guide to wrapping your headphones in a manner that require untangling when you're ready to use them again.
Jeri Ellsworth built a Commodore 64 bass guitar which she took to Maker Faire while wearing a portable amp and roller skates. As one does.
Tetris is playable on pretty much everything -- consoles, computers, handhelds, phones, watches, calculators -- and now you can add MIT's iconic Green Building to its list of supported platforms.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/iphones.jpg"></a>Hey, remember when we were talking about security holes yesterday, and <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/technology/2012/02/are-your-apps-spying-on-you-yeah-probably/">I mentioned some app was probably reading your text messages, right now</a>.
<a href="http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/foxconn.jpg"></a>If the name Foxconn sounds familiar, they're the guys running the <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/technology/2012/01/ny-times-investigation-confirms-that-apples-factories-in-china-are-basically-slave-labor-camps/">infamous slave labor factories</a> in China where your iPads, iPhones, iPods and game consoles get made, and they also aren't really noted for their worker safety, obviously, what with <a href="http://www.uproxx.com/technology/2011/05/what-caused-the-foxconn-explosion/">the explosions</a> and <a href="http://www.wired.com/magazine/2011/02/ff_joelinchina/all/1">the suicides</a> and <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/26/business/ieconomy-apples-ipad-and-the-human-costs-for-workers-in-china.html?pagewanted=all">the abuse</a>.
I'm not rocking a 4S (<a href="http://www.uproxx.com/webculture/2011/06/meme-watch-lenny-kravitz-auditions-for-hipster-verizon-guy/" target="_blank">Lenny Kravitz</a> advised I hold out for the 5) so I don't have much personal experience with Siri.
You know what they say about cheating, right.
Yes, that is a Tesla coil sitting on top of that young man's head at right, and yes, it works.
I've never been one to attend work-related open house events.
Does anyone else remember playing that track and field game, on the original Nintendo, called Stadium Events.
Hey, remember when <a href="http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/8478764.stm">George Hotz cracked the PS3</a>, and Sony went about shutting him down in a heavy-handed way, and Anonymous threw a hissy fit because a large corporation being upset that some hacker was setting up their games to be pirated was Not OK, so they shut down the entire PlayStation Network.
Alec Sokolow and Joel Cohen have written one movie everyone loves: "Toy Story.
<a href="http://www.andrewsalomone.com/" target="_blank">Artist and craftsman Andrew Salomone</a> has amazingly hacked a vintage 80's knitting machine to essentially print knitted garments from a 1 bit bitmap image file and of course the only thing anyone cares about is making Bill Cosby tribute sweaters.
One thing that's been awesome is the trend of cramming consoles into smaller and smaller spaces, in defiance of the major console makers.
For a good while now, the survival horror video game title Dead Space 2 has been available for purchase on store shelves.
It's pretty much inevitable: a neat gizmo comes out for some gaming consoles, and hackers immediately get to work combining them with other gizmos on consoles they were never intended for.
If I had half the brain power that it took to hack my Xbox 360's Kinect camera into a home automation system, you can bet sure money that I'd be doing backflips down the streets, bragging to anyone I could find about just how huge the size of my dork brain was.