Twitter has announced the launch of some new Star Wars Emojis which are being released in honor of the new movie.
Microsoft normally better known for its Windows operating systems has this week made available a collection of 3D printed yo-yos that can be downloaded and created using a almost any 3D printer.
The Microsoft yo-yo collection includes four different varieties depending on your yo-yoing skills and requirements and are available to download from the Thingyverse website.
Fancy building your very own DIY smartphone? If you do, you might be interested in a new project published over on the Hack-a-Day website by member ￼Tyler Spadgenske.
The Tyfone 3D printed Raspberry Pi powered DIY smartphone has been constructed using a Raspberry Pi mini PC, FONA cellular module available to purchase from Adafruit, together with a 3.5 inch TFT screen and a 3D printed case as well as a few other components.
Sarah Petkus and Mark Koch have created an army of miniature Delta 3D printed robots that they have programmed to respond to physical motion as well as creating them a luminous 3D printed materials.
Watch the video below to see this interesting project demonstrated in real time as the army that will be 86 in size for the Light Play show at the San Mateo Maker Faire, running May 16-17th.
Lego fans that are looking for an endlessly upgradable Lego computer case are sure to enjoy a look at this awesome Lego computer created by Mike Schropp.
The Lego computer case is complete built from Lego and finished with a a strip of light and buttons to finish the design. Internally the small form factor Lego PC can support 16GB of RAM and the latest Intel Core i3, i5 and i7 processors.
Lucas Arts and Disney have announced that they will be releasing digital versions of the Star Wars movies this Friday the 10th of April.
All six of the Star Wars movies will be released on iTunes, Google Play and more as Star Wars The Digital Movie collection.
Anyone who has fancied owning their very own medieval trebuchet may be interested in a new kit that has launched over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website starting at just $29, allowing you to build your very own desktop trebuchet.
Designed by Kerwin Lumpkins the desktop trebuchet is a laser cut wooden kit that is capable of hurling gumballs 50ft at your enemies once constructed. Watch the video below to learn more about this awesome medieval addition to your desktop arsenal.
Back in January we featured the new Codie robot toy that is designed to help kids to code, the device was previously in the prototype stages.
The creators of the Codie robot toy are putting the device into production and have launched this new robot toy on crowdfunding website Indiegogo.
Anyone looking for a convenient way to create portable Raspberry Pi projects with their own integrated power supply, may have already pledged for the PiJuice battery pack that is currently over on the Kickstarter website.
PiJuice has already raised close to £100,000 thanks to nearly 2,000 backers and is in its final 30 hours of its crowd funding campaign.
Russian media artist Dmitry Morozov has unveiled a new Arduino-based project he has created using a pea soup green original GameBoy created originally by Nintendo, together with a camera, optical relays and an original GameBoy thermal printer that has been modified to meet the new devices requirements.
As the title of the article suggests when you pull the trigger on the GameBoy camera gun a picture of whatever you are pointing out is printed out using the thermal printer.